Get all the benefits of raw unpasteurized juice and superfoods by starting your cleanse with Lively.
Each cleanse program is created to support your body and mind and give your immune system a nutritional boost, as well as give the digestive system a rest. It will allow your body to decrease the build up of toxins, give you extra energy, support weight loss and will make your skin look beautiful. And at the same time provide your system with vitamins, minerals and enzymes.
We suggest juice fasting every 1 to 3 months for 1 or 3 days. Or make it as once a week routine that can improve your quality of life!
Tips for detox and juicing:
We recommend spending couple of days prior to your cleanse eating a plant-based diet (raw fruits and vegetables, smoothies, blended soups, salads, juices). It will prepare your body for a cleanse and will make it easier to get the results you want.
Before and after your cleanse take a break from sugar, caffeine, nicotine, processed foods, flour, grains and dairy. It will help your body to get rid of toxins faster and you will have less cleansing symptoms.
You shouldn’t feel like you are starving while on a juice fast; drink juice as often as you feel hungry (every 30min or an hour).
Drink lots of water, don’t let your body get dehydrated.
Remember to start gently after your cleanse. Raw fruits and vegetables and vegetarian dishes are the best option. Liquidy foods
Always consult with your doctor before starting any kind of diet, fasting or cleanse!
Meditate and relax. If possible do not plan anything important. Let your detox days be slow and restful.
Concentrating and setting an intention is an incredible way to focus your energy towards the goals you are trying to achieve and get the wonderful results not only for your body also for your mind.
* These are general suggestions for recipes for fasting and do not necessarily reflect a complete diet or the juices that one might need to include in a detox in order to meet all of their dietary needs.
** All content on this website is for informational purposes only and should not be considered to be a specific diagnosis or treatment plan for any individual situation.