The Nurture website states: “Over the years our intestines can become clogged up with undigested matter. Over time, a thick mucoid plaque can build up on the inside of your intestines, preventing important nutrients from being absorbed. Many people walk around with 20 pounds or more of this dense faecal matter tightly packed to their insides. This can be a breeding ground for bacteria, which can slowly contribute to long-term poor health. At this stage your body is crying out to be cleansed (or “detoxified”). Cleansing this will not only make you healthier, it will also lead to increases in energy levels and weight loss by speeding up your metabolism. The Nurture juice cleanse is a perfect way to sew the seeds of an improved lifestyle that’s in tune with long – term good health.”
With five different juices (soon to be six) there is plenty of taste and variety to keep things interesting. After three days of drinking 6 juices a day and taking the protein and probiotic supplements, I had lost weight and my tummy was visibly flatter. I also felt more energised and I could swear that my waistband was a little looser. However on the first day I did feel slightly faint and by the end of the cleanse my skin has some uncharacteristic breakouts. This I suppose was to be expected as my body was eliminating impurities. I liked the taste of most of the juices but that is down to preference, the spinach and kale (REPLENISH) had a texture that was not to my liking. The bottles are easy to carry around, put in the office fridge, or take to the gym for replenishing. After a long cycle the juice not only quenched my thirst but energised me. As with any juice cleanse, after a while you are going to find it monotonous but as juice cleanses go this is definitely one I would rate highly.
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