Master Cleanse vs. Juice Cleanse May 16, 2015 06:11
We get may clients that come to us and say “I’ve completed the master cleanse, now I think I’m ready to try your cleanse!” Honestly, sometimes this rubs us the wrong way. We started this company not to compete with the traditional fad cleanses and diets that have come and gone, but to show Dallas that cleansing can be healthy and beneficial in the long run. Essentially, our cleanses are the original; humans have been drinking fruit and vegetable juice for thousands of years. It is healthy, nutritious, detoxifying, and cleansing. All without sacrificing much of anything! Personally, I like to think of our detox & cleanse kit as more of a “cleansing nutrient flush” rather than the definition that is commonly associated with the word ‘cleanse’.
What’s wrong with the master cleanse concept? We welcome you to research this yourself, there are plenty of articles arguing for both sides of this topic. Our founder – Brent Rodgers, has always been against these types of cleanses. As you may know this cleanse consists of just water, a little lemon, and some processed maple syrup. People end up starving themselves for two weeks – forcing their bodies to pull energy from lean muscle mass before the fat. And as soon as the cleanse is completed they fall back on all the same unhealthy habits and ruin any progress that they’ve made.
Check out an article about the Master Cleanse on health.com
So what’s better – A juice cleanse or the master cleanse? A juice cleanse floods your cells with nutrients. It provides your body with all of the “good stuff” that it needs to thrive and heal itself. We welcome you to educate yourself and make your own decision! And we are always available to chat with you!