Binge eating, binge drinking, feeling bloated, overeating, sugary treats, constipation and cake are all words that instantly set off my inner guilt-alarm. We all have our moments of weakness when we chuck in the towel and over indulge in naughty foods which is perfectly acceptable within a healthy diet and lifestyle so long as you’re able to balance it out. I love how good juice cleanses make me feel and how they tackle the negative effects of naughty behaviour with Henley Cold Press having just the remedy I need after a summer of sin!
The greens with apple juice cleanse is designed to detoxify, reboot and restore balance within the body with weight loss being an added bonus of getting your systems back on track. With varying lengths of cleanses you can receive 6, 12 or 18 bottles of juice at a time to ensure each bottle is as fresh as possible with all juices being 100% raw and pressed at a low speed to preserve nutrients and enzymes and can be stored in the fridge for up to three days. Drinking six bottles each day along with plenty of water in-between helps to boost hydration, increase the intake of raw foods and help you to feel better whilst improving digestion.
Juice cleansing clears out stored toxins from processed foods, medication, caffeine and alcohol by refreshing the liver, kidneys and bowels and increase the vitamins, minerals, plant nutrients and antioxidants that our diets typically lack. This also supports the immune system, mental clarity, motivation and improves the complexion which works towards ingraining long term healthier habits as when you feel good from within you’re more likely to make better lifestyle choices. Each bottle contains 3lbs of chlorophyll and nutrient rich vegetables delivering a whopping twelve-a-day RDA above that of the typical five-a-day guideline. The greens and apple cleanse juice is fruity, vibrant, light and refreshing and leaves me feeling more spritely and revitalised with every sip, not to mention my jeans a little looser and bowels more regular than the London underground; when was the last time you took care of your organs?