Why should I do a Pure Nectar cleanse?
Pure Nectar’s juice cleanse programs were especially crafted with approximately 1200 calories per day per set. The flavors are chosen and scheduled during specified times throughout the day, and are patterned to the Traditional Chinese Medicine and Naturopathic Medicine’s principles of detoxification. The juice cleanse also adheres to the American Heart Association guidelines to consume a ‘rainbow’ of colored raw fruits and vegetables in a day.
This cleanse provides the body with the various micronutrients, antioxidants and phytonutrients that may ultimately help battle chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Delicious, nourishing and satisfying. Powerful and effective, yet simple and enjoyable!
How should I prepare for a juice cleanse?
Take a light high fiber meal the night before performing the juice cleanse. This should contain whole fruits, vegetables, psyllium, barley, oatmeal, quinoa, unpolished rice and/or fish for viand. It is also a must to consume a minimum of 8 glasses of water throughout the day.
How do I know what juice to drink?
A juicing guide will be provided along with your package. If you cannot strictly follow the schedule, you may follow the hourly interval provided.
Can I drink coffee during my Pure Nectar juice cleanse?
It is highly recommended to avoid any kinds of stimulants during the juice cleanse. This includes coffee, tea, alcohol or cigarettes.
Can I exercise while I’m doing a Pure Nectar juice cleanse?
Refrain from exercising during the juice cleanse because you are consuming just enough calories to get you through the day.
Can I eat food while I’m doing a Pure Nectar juice cleanse?
It is recommended to withhold all solid foods during the juice cleanse for maximum benefits. If it is unavoidable, however, a minimum amount of steamed, broiled, boiled or raw vegetables and/or fish is acceptable.
Can I smoke while I am on a Pure Nectar cleanse?
Think about why you are choosing to do a juice cleanse. Your body needs a break from all the toxins and nicotine should definitely be one of them.
I have a disease (hypertension, diabetes, cancer or others), can I perform a juice cleanse?
Please consult your physician, doctor, or other qualified health professional before beginning any nutritional programs.
What should my post-cleanse diet be after my juice cleanse?
It is a must to be diligent in making good food choices coming off a juice cleanse. It is very likely for the body to crave and think of indulging on processed and fried foods, but try to see it as an opportunity to continue the detoxification process. The digestive system is extremely delicate after juice cleansing since the body has been on a hiatus – focusing solely on pushing toxins and healing tissues. Avoid high-fat, high-sugar, hard-to-digest foods that might hinder the progress you have made while cleansing. Stick to plant-based, unprocessed, vegetable-rich, whole foods (boiled, broiled, or baked) for the next three days to help promote the clearance of toxins. This will not only maximize the effectiveness of the cleanse, but it will also help you jumpstart on a healthier, stronger, and a more vibrant version of yourself!
What are things that I should watch out for during my juice cleanse?
Most people may experience some sort of detoxification reaction such as headache, fatigue, bad breath, body odor, diarrhea or mouth sores. This state is commonly known as a healing crisis, and is very normal. For severe reactions, please consult a medical professional.
Can I perform a Pure Nectar juice cleanse if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
No. There are several risks involved detoxing during pregnancy and while nursing.
How often can I do a Pure Nectar juice cleanse?
This is a personal decision – most people cleanse when they feel that their body needs to be cleansed from all the toxins, or simply a jumpstart to wellness.
Can I create my own cleanse?
The Pure Nectar juice cleanse was carefully planned by our in-house doctors and partner nutritionists for optimum results. It was patterned to the Traditional Chinese Medicine and Naturopathic Medicine’s principles of detoxification.