Rhiannon Ally became a guinea pig to test three main cleansing juices for you.
Read the full transcript »
Rhiannon Ally: These days more people are jumping in the juice cleansing bond wagon you’ve heard of them but do they actually work? I played genie pig to found out. I said goodbye to pizza and wine and hello to an all liquid diet. I pick popular juice cleanses and spent three days on each one. The first was the blue print glance, it consist of six, 16 raw fruit and vegetable juices everyday in place of meals. Apple, carrot, beat lemon and ginger yum, good as it love a good shake. So the beat wasn’t exactly my favorite but the other juices were tasty. This sound actually sound pretty, pineapple, apple and mint, shake it up. It’s actually pretty good, each bottle have more than 200 calories we decided to see what’s nutrition is enough or Carrie Glassman taught at the blueprint cleanse. Carrie Glassman: The calorie that you intake in the six juices a day is actually adequate calories from many, many people. Its low in protein, it’s low in fat there is a lot of juice and greens in there so you are getting a lot of antioxidants. Rhiannon Ally: The first day was easy, the second day I started to feel a little sluggish but by the third day I felt great. I manage to make through all three days. I waited a week for starting the second one, the Iso plans. One kind of juice, 11 times per day, they shift the iso cleanse fresh each morning. I don’t know we are trying to looks tastier, the red or the super green. They didn’t look appetizing in the bottle but tasted very nutritious but I quickly realize it was too healthy for my taste. Even though I fell great I only lasted two days on the iso plans and Carrie wasn’t surprise. There are also a lot of ingredients in there that some people might not be use to consuming. So after resting another week I move on to the last one, the cooler cleanse. Its great fruit and mints the cooler cleanse is six bottles of raw vegan juices that not milks each day and in place of food. calories throughout the day are adequate so I’m happy with that there is 1200 to 1400 calories a day, again little low in protein, a little low in fat but overall the calories are okay and I think the flavor combination are good. By this point my body was use to cleansing so I easily got two to three days. Even stick in to them while on the cooking shoot. I did feel energize after all the cleanses none of them had any negative side effects since I didn’t have any unhealthy food in my system I did feel better but I didn’t feel dramatically different. I was believe when all three were done, I had a huge piece of pizza and Kerrie Glassman says, that’s the main problem with all cleanses. Kerrie Glassman: First of all than there was no point of doing to cleanse it all, second about your setting you’re self up to yoyo diet and to mash up your metabolism. Also you don’t want to end up making this change is going on clans and then setting yourself up for worst habits of craving those junk foods. Rhiannon Ally: She says, you need a serious plan for after the cleansed. Focus on lean protein and greens and berries and other fruits also was fine as well as your adding those herbs and spices that are excellent when you are preparing your food and a little bit of healthy fat. The three eye choose were a good starting point for a healthier life style but no cleanse is a quick fix. The bigger benefit of the clans is not necessarily that you really cleansing out your digestive system and you’re clearing out of all the toxins from your body. You make it a little bit of that benefit but the bigger benefit really is to changing your attitude and recharging yourself to make lifestyle changes. I did actually loss few pounds after the cleanses, but Kerrie says be worry of cleansing the loss weight because it’s very easy to gain the weight back as soon as you start eating you gain it back. You can pick her book the O2 Diet anywhere books were sold. You also find the link to author to those cleanses at bettertv.c
Copyright © 2005 - 2014 Healthline Networks, Inc. All rights reserved for Healthline.