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Junior trials a Purifyne Juice Cleanse

Is this the secret to losing pre-holiday or post-baby bulge?

Posted: 7 August 2013
by Fiona McKim

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Let me preface this by saying I am not a lady who likes to skip meals. But with an American holiday on the horizon and a post Camp Bestival bloat still very much ongoing, the idea of a detoxifying, rejuvenating three-day juice plan took on an unprecedented appeal.

The idea is this: Purifyne deliver three days worth of organic, raw, cold-pressed juices, health-boosting supplements and plenty of tips and advice, taking the drama of a detox. Mothers who want to kick start a healthy eating regime can cleanse four weeks after finishing breastfeeding, and we hear glamourous mums, Victoria Beckham and Fearne Cotton, are both fans.

The benefits of a juice cleanse reach further than simply weight loss, with many users enjoying increased energy levels, brighter skin, shinier hair and a healthier outlook in the long-term. So, can someone who’s always thinking about their next meal really abstain for three days?

Actually, yes! With surprising ease too. The juices came in a multitude of refreshing (and mysteriously filling) flavours, staving off boredom, while the extra drinks (delicious spicy lemonade) filled in the snack gap quite nicely. I can’t pretend the green superfood powder mix was a basket of cherries first thing in the morning, but it was only a five second slurp, and the body brushing and long baths in the evening felt like a genuine treat. 

After three days, my stomach is flat, I feel genuinely energised and I swear the whites of my eyes have increased their ‘pop’ . Best of all, in the days afterwards, I feel more mindful of what I put in my body, and genuinely enjoy making healthier choices to hold on to this happy, healthy feeling.

Look out, beaches of Miami, I’m coming for you!

Purifyne Juice Cleanses start from £89, for more details, visit


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