3 DAY JUICE CLEANSE!! Pressed Juicery
Pressed Juicery Three-Day Juice Cleanse Review
Pressed Juicery is a Los Angeles-based company that offers fresh, cold-pressed juices. The juices can be shipped nationwide and are also available at their retail locations.
Types of Cleanses
Pressed Juicery has three preset cleanses with six 16-ounce drinks each day:
Cleanse 1is designed for first-timers and people who need a higher caloric intake due to their activity level or hunger concerns. The most filling of the three cleanses, Cleanse 1 contains two almond milk beverages and four juices.
Cleanse 2is Pressed Juicery's most popular cleanse. It includes five juices and one almond milk beverage.
Cleanse 3, for green juice lovers, has four green juices, one drink made with aloe vera, coconut, and cucumber, and one almond milk beverage.
Each of the three cleanses are available in one-, three-, or five-day options. You can also design your own using any combination of their drinks.
The juices are extracted using a hydraulic press in a juicing facility in California. The fruits and vegetables are crushed and then cold-pressed (without the use of heat) to extract the juice. They are unpasteurized.
Cleanse 1, for instance, includes the following beverages every day:
- Vanilla almond - An almond milk beverage sweetened with dates and vanilla.
- Greens 2 - This green juice has lots of green vegetables (kale, spinach, romaine, parsley, cucumber, and celery) and apple and lemon.
- Roots 2 - A juice made with apple, carrot, ginger, kale, lemon, parsley, romaine, and spinach.
- Citrus 2 - A refreshing juice, Citrus 2 has apple, lemon, mint, and pineapple.
- Greens 3 - With a hint of ginger, Greens 3 has apple, celery, cucumber, ginger, kale, lemon, parsley, romaine, and spinach.
- Chocolate almond - A rich, satisfying almond milk and cacao beverage made with almonds, cacao, dates, filtered water, and sea salt.
- Chlorophyll Water
I tried Cleanse 1. The 16-ounce plastic bottles are sequentially numbered, making it easy to organize the bottles in the fridge and see what to drink next. The chlorophyll water is meant to be sipped throughout the day. The aloe vera water is supposed to be the last beverage of the day, finished at least two hours before going to bed.
The juices had subtle, complex flavors. Greens 2 had a hint of lemon and wasn’t too sweet or strong-tasting, as green juices sometimes are. I finished the bottle before I knew it. Roots 3 (a juice that is no longer included in Cleanse 1) had a spicy, ginger lemon kick that nicely balanced the sweetness. Greens 1 (also no longer included in Cleanse 1) was all-vegetable and had an understated cucumber flavor. The almond milk was rich and satisfying. The aloe vera water tasted mostly like water, so it was easy to drink. There was plenty of taste variation but I appreciated the predictability of having the same drinks, in the same order, every day.
The day before the first day of the cleanse, I received an email confirming the details of the order. Packed with the juice delivery box was a “cheat sheet” with a brief summary of how to do the cleanse, including the order and timing of the drinks, what to do if you’re hungry, suggestions for improving elimination (, drinking the aloe vera water, and ), and a support email address and phone number to call to reach a Pressed Juicery team member for customer support.
On the last day of the cleanse, I got a congratulatory email telling me that "we want to make sure you're armed with a maintenance kit that will help you stay on track and maximize the effects of your cleanse." There were tips on how to break the cleanse and some sample foods to have for the first few days post-cleanse.
Once the order is confirmed, there is no refund. Orders can be canceled at least 48 hours before the start date and a credit will be given which can be put towards future orders. Orders cannot be canceled less than 48 hours before the expected delivery.
The website ordering process is easy and straightforward. Juices for the entire three-day cleanse were delivered at once. The juices were extremely well-packed in an insulated shipping container and plenty of cold packs that had stayed cold.
Pressed Juicery cleanses are currently available nationwide in the United States. There are also retail outlets.
There is a monthly juice package for people who want to buy in bulk for home delivery.
If you're thinking of trying a cleanse, it's a good idea to consult your healthcare provider first. It's not right for everyone, and some people may have adverse effects like nausea, lightheadedness, or dizziness.
Pressed Juicery (www.pressedjuicery.com) juices were delicious with enough taste variation to keep me interested for the three days. The flavors were subtle and often left me wanting more. The ordering and delivery process were simple. While the drinks don't provide all the nutrients that the body needs, green vegetable juices can be an easy way to add more fruits and vegetables to your diet.
Disclosure: Review samples were provided by the company.
The information contained on this site is intended for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis or treatment by a licensed physician. It is not meant to cover all possible precautions, drug interactions, circumstance or adverse effects. You should seek prompt medical care for any health issues and consult your doctor before using alternative medicine or making a change to your regimen.
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