International nutritionists have long recommended that a juice cleanse is something most people should do a few times a year, if possible. With a juice diet, you’re giving your body a proper chance to flush out toxins from your organs and any residual undigested food from your digestion tract. Also because you’re flushing your system out with fresh veg juices, bursting with antioxidants and minerals, your digestive system should be revitalised with fresh nutrients and vitamins to ensure that it will process food more efficiently going forward.
Cells in the body require nutrients (i.e. vitamins and minerals) to function optimally. Many of these are referred to as micronutrients, to distinguish them from the macronutrient classes of fats, carbohydrates and proteins.
When cells receive adequate micronutrients, you feel energized and full. On the other hand, many foods provide calories from macronutrients, but are devoid of the essential micronutrients cells crave. These are calorie-dense, nutrition-poor foods and this characterises most processed foods. Juice allows us to consumer large portions of vegetables through a quick, digestible process while also using the fluid to flush out toxins and reside that have remained in our digestive tracks.
Juice menu +
The nutritional breakdown of each juice
Cucumber, Kiwi, Spinach, Lime,Apple,Mint
Orange, Carrot, Grapefruit,Ginger & Lemon
Celery, Cucumber, Spinach,Lime, Avacado & Apple
Pret A Protein:
Cucumber, Pineapple,Apple,Avocado, Spirulina
Apple, Broccoli,Carrot, Beetroot,Avocado