How it Works
Adding juice to your diet is a way of boosting nutrition and getting back to healthy basics. Cleansing is about taking the clean eating approach a step further, giving your system a break, and helping reduce your dependence on unhealthy processed foods.
At Juice Journey, we provide customizable cleanse programs tailored to your nutritional history and taste preference. Our certified nutrition consultant will work with you to customize your cleanse based on your goals and current diet. We believe that doing something good for the body, mind, and soul shouldn’t interrupt your everyday life.
Our cleanse packages consist of six, 16-ounce drinks per day. Each healthy, enzyme-rich, nutrient-dense, freshly pressed juice is made via our hydraulic press process, bottled immediately, and put into an insulated cleanse bag for your traveling convenience.
Each drink in your cleanse package is clearly labeled in the order you should drink it, starting with drink #1 first thing in the morning, and ending with drink #6 at least two hours before you go to bed. Most of our customers find it works best to drink their juices two hours apart, but listen to your body – it will tell you what it needs. Each juice is created to replace solid food and snacks, and you should avoid alcohol, energy drinks, caffeine and nicotine while cleansing (you may have herbal tea). We do recommend that you drink plenty of water in between each juice.
Along with six variations of premium juice, you may supplement your cleanse by adding two water drinks: one with chlorophyll and the other with aloe vera. The chlorophyll water is mild in flavor and great for added hydration in between your juices – plus, chlorophyll can help rebuild red blood cells. The aloe vera water should be the last drink of your day, after the cashew mylk. It acts as a mild colon cleanser, aiding in eliminating and detoxing.
If you follow our lead, stay hydrated, and give yourself time to rest and relax, our cleanse will give your digestive system a much-deserved break while simultaneously feeding your body the nutrients it needs.