Cleanse is a way to detox your body using a certain diet, to help reduce weight while removing toxins from your idea. Celebrities have made juice cleanses fashionable - just make the juice and you are good to go. At least that's the idea. Remember, juicing doesn't provide all the nutrition that our body needs on a daily basis.
Moreover, there is no proof that juicing removes more toxins from our body than it normally does everyday.
Juice vs smoothie: A smoothie, unlike a juice, contains other ingredients, like milk, yogurt, protein powder, and even other fruits and vegetables, which make for a more nutritious food intake.
1. Kale: Rich in iron and folate.
2. Spinach: Sweeter than kale, but as effective.
3. Pineapples: Contains bromelain, an enzyme, which helps digest protein.
4. Cranberries: Contains proanthocyanidins, which may help deal with urinary tract infections (UTI) as they get the bacteria out.
5. Blueberries, raspberries and strawberries: Rich in antioxidants, which are very heart-friendly.
6. Cabbage: Contains lots of water content, vitamin C and folate. And is cheap.
7. Celery: Rich in potassium and water.
8. Carrots: Rich in beta-carotene, which is turned into vitamin A inside our body.
9. Wheatgrass: Rich in vitamins lC, E, and K. Take in small quantities, as it has a high cellulose content, making it hard to digest.
10. Lemon: Rich in vitamin C, which helps our body absorb more iron from vegetables.
11. Beets: Rich in iron, calcium, beta-carotene and powerful antioxidants like lutein and zeaxanthin.
12. Cucumbers: Good for the stomach and for your mood.
13. Stinging Nettles: Rich in iron, vitamin C, and potassium.