Watch Movies to Help My Journey

WHICH movies do you recommend watching to help my journey?

You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment | Official Trailer

Netflix Series starts Monday, January 1, 2024


Poisoned the dirty truth about your food

You can find this movie on Netflix


Fat Sick & Nearly Dead

You can find this movie on Prime and Apple TV


What the Health

You Can find this movie on Netflix


Jason Vale: Super Juice me

You can watch this video on Youtube


Eating you Alive- Cynthia’s personal favorite

You can find this video to rent on YouTube


The Game Changers

You can find this movie on Netflix




Seltzer will contribute gas to your system, so it’s not ideal – but if it’s going to save you from drinking “other” beverages – it’s not a bad option. How about making flavored purified water with your favorite fruits and herbs? Please email us for suggestions. Drink lots of water, which will help the body eliminate toxins. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate!

That's a solid 'No.' We don't recommend it during a cleanse, and we don't recommend it ever :-) Try to drink water with lemon or herbal or green tea instead.

If you must have a sweetener, use a minimal amount and only stevia, raw honey, or agave nectar, which is used in our wellness cleanse; they are all-natural and won’t spike your blood sugar like other sweeteners.

On the contrary, one's mind becomes clearer, and problem-solving abilities are enhanced. Instead of large amounts of blood and nervous energies being sent to the digestive organs to break down a meal, the extra blood, oxygen, and energy is sent and utilized by the brain.

You should consume your juice within 5-7 days after you receive them. It's super fresh, completely raw, and never heated.

No, but in a perfect world, try to have Green Juices earlier in the day. Then, your body will absorb all the vitamins and nutrients without interruption. That said, don't worry if you need to switch it up a bit and maybe have half of your Cashew Nut Milk first thing in the morning instead of last because you're used to a protein fix the second you open your eyes, and you'll lose it if you don't have it. You can permit yourself to improvise.

In your refrigerator.

Chewing gum contributes to gas in your system and “confuses” the digestive process. What does this mean? Your stomach is getting ready for food that isn’t coming. Try to avoid gum, but if tempted to chew off your colleague’s arm, please chew the gum, and make it sugarless.

Kombucha is an excellent beverage option; it contains probiotics, which are great for digestion. At the end of the day, if you like something more after you've completed all the juices, you can have Kombucha. You may have a bowl of organic vegetable or chicken broth; heat it up on the stove, not the microwave. Also, hot herb-flavored teas are lovely! You may add almond or coconut milk if you like. Try to stay away from dairy milk. We LOVE 100% raw coconut water which you may purchase at health food stores in the refrigerated section. You may have these items as often as much as you like.

Yes, in a pinch, this is not the end of the world, and you’ll be just fine.

Skip the Green Juice? No way, it’s delicious and the workhorse of nutrition. Power through it; it’s got all the good stuff. Good stuff means vitamins, minerals, nutrients, anti-oxidants, flavanoids, enzymes, and more. You could try adding some freshly squeezed lemon juice or having the juice over ice; that may help.

Not using the bathroom and the opposite are entirely normal side effects of juice cleansing.

Absolutely!! Can we finally put to rest the myth that you'll lack energy if you don't eat a lot? Unless one is undergoing a water fast, which should only happen with a coach, energy levels will skyrocket! You will be amazed that the more you allow your digestive tract to rest, your energy boosts. The energy usually spent on digestion is yours, so grab it and go for a jog! Remember, you are feeding your cells, not stuffing your belly.

It should be perfect for the duration of your cleanse. Even though it’s a calorically restrictive regimen, you are eliminating the energy required for digestion, which is a real boost to energy for other metabolic processes.

During a cleanse, the body is essentially tearing down all of the "bad stuff" and rebuilding with new material. To make room for that new material, the "bad stuff" needs to leave; your potential crisis is how it makes its exit. For example: when the body eliminates coffee, symptoms usually include headaches, nervousness, and shakiness. Likewise, when you eliminate protein, meats, and fats, you may experience skin eruptions, foul body odor, or a coated tongue.

Eating solid foods in addition to juices will omit some of the cleansing benefits. The idea of a cleanse is only to consume the juices so that your digestive system has time to rest. However, if you want to supplement your current diet with the fresh pressed juice, it’s excellent for digestion and packed with vitamins and minerals.

There are two points here: Before any cleanse, you should lighten up – gradually. If you eat everything, e.g., meat, cheese, candy, alcohol, etc., you should slowly eliminate these items a few days before and incorporate lighter fare. Include in your diet: steamed veggies, wine, or sake instead of hard liquor (although, for your education, you should eliminate all alcohol a few days before and focus on hydrating), fish instead of steak, and baked instead of fried. You get the idea. The same general rule also applies to the post-cleanse menu. It would help if you stayed away from dense, processed foods; you'll want to use your "common sense" of which foods to eat.

If you don't find your answer here, email or call us. We'll have the answers for you! It is important to talk to your doctor before a cleanse if you have any medical conditions or are taking medication. If you have any doubts, consult your doctor first.

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