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'Honest' Juice Commercial Destroys Liquid Fasts And Food Detox Programs

By Mustafa Gatollari

I love juice, the more expensive and cold-pressed, the better. Throw a bunch of stuff in it, Kale, Ginger, Tumeric, wheat grass, pineapples, cauliflower, I don't care. I'll slam it back and only feel slightly guilty when I realized I just dropped $11 on something I guzzled down in about a minute.

And I'm sure that a lot of my love for juices, especially ones that tastes like I just licked a freshly-mowed lawn. But I also realize that the claims of juice cleanses "purifying" your body of toxins is completely false.

Sorry juice brigade people. There's no scientific evidence that proves juice cleanses will all of a sudden rid your body of impurities. Will you lose some weight? Probably, but that's only because you're rocking a mostly liquid diet and will more than likely be consuming fewer calories.