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Here’s what a typical day of a juice cleanse looks like:

Updated: Jun 20, 2021

  • 8am – Celery Juice + Water

  • 10am – Carrot Ginger Juice + Water

  • 12pm – Green Juice + Bone Broth + Water

  • 2pm – Beet Juice + Water

  • 4pm – Green Juice + Water

  • 6pm – Grapefruit Mint Juice + Water

  • 8pm – Bone Broth + Water

It’s said that juice is at its peak nutrition when you consume it within 15-minutes of being prepared, but 24-hours is great too. In fact, these juices will keep for up to three days in the refrigerator.

How Many Days Should You Juice Cleanse?

1 Day – This is great for beginners and perfect to give your body a reset after a particularly indulgent weekend.

3 Days – A three-day juice cleanse will help eliminate toxins, boost energy, stimulate weight loss and benefit your immune system. This is the duration that I generally stick with.

5-7 Days – Need an extra nutritional boost. Try a five to seven day cleanse to further eliminate toxins. It’s particularly useful in times of high stress.

3 Day Juice Cleanse Recipes

BEET JUICE // Beet, Carrot, Apple, Lemon


Carrot, Orange, Ginger, Turmeric,

GRAPEFRUIT MINT JUICE // Grapefruit, Ginger, Mint

GREEN JUICE // Kale, Pineapple, Apple, Celery


What Should I Eat After a Juice Cleanse?

After a juice cleanse, you should aim to slowly introduce your body to normal food. Start with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and be sure to drink plenty of water. Then, I like to introduce healthy grains like quinoa and light proteins like fish and chicken.

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