I have jumped onto the juice cleansing bandwagon. Several months ago, I bought a new juicer just so I could blend my own fruits and vegetables juice for breakfast every day.
However, after a few weeks, I found it too much of a hassle to visit the supermarket regularly and prepare the juice after coming home from a long and tiring work day.
The juice I blended was not cold-pressed too, so I decided to spend $300 plus to order a 3-day juice cleanse online to have it delivered to my home.
That was my first experience with juice cleansing and even though I ate healthier and cleaner and cut down on all sugary and processed foods before embarking on the juice cleanse, I had a hard time surviving on only 18 bottles of juices for 3 days (6 bottles per day), without any solid food.
My body was too used to eating solid food and red meat, thus I found it particularly challenging.
Recently, I met the owner of Daily Juice, during a #BlogMeetSg event and tried some of their juices as they were the juice sponsor for the event.
This sparked my interest to try a juice detox again as I was feeling lethargic recently and was looking for something to reboot my system and improve my sense of well-being.
A juice cleanse, which can last from 1 to 5 days, replaces all meals during the cleansing period with cold-pressed juices made from fruit, vegetables and healthy nuts so that your body can assimilate the essential nutrients and vitamins it deserves.
It also helps to cleanse the palate due to too much fast food intake or unhealthy diet.
A 1-day cleanse at Daily Juice cost $55 and a 3-day cleanse cost $163. The juices can last for 3 days if kept refrigerated.
For a start, I did the 1-day Juice Cleanse with Daily Juice which consists of Barnie, Krypto, B.Smooth, Sup Doc, Pepplemint and White Rabbit Nut Mylk (to be drank in this order) in 530 ml bottles each.
Contains beet, carrot, apple, lemon & ginger.
I don’t really like the taste of beetroots, so I was surprised that Barnie tasted pretty delicious, and I finished every drop of it.
B.Smooth | $9.50
Contains mixed berries, banana, apple & chia seeds.
The B.Smooth contains yoghurt and Daily Juice is exploring the option of creating a version without yoghurt to cater to vegans and people who suffer from lactose intolerance.
Do you know that berries are a rich source of antioxidants and can improve cardiovascular health?
Contains green apple, romaine, spinach, cucumber, lemon & parsley.
Previously, the vegetable juice I tried from the other online shop (I won’t mention the store) did not taste as good as this one from Daily Juice, which does not have the raw taste of vegetables at all.
Contains carrot, pineapple, orange, lemon & turmeric.
Do you know that SupDoc can help fight cancer, improve digestion and maintain your electrolyte balance?
Pepplemint | $8.50
Contains apple, pineapple & mint.
Bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapple, can help improve digestion, immunity and recovery from muscle injury.
White Rabbit Nut Mylk | $9.50
Contains almonds, dates, vanilla, Himalayan Pink Salt & alkaline water.
Do you know that almonds contain high levels of healthy unsaturated fatty acids which can help prevent cardiovascular diseases?
This is my favourite juice and I treat it as my dessert of the day. In fact, I love the White Rabbit Nut Mylk so much that I bought another 24 bottles online for a 1-month supply so that I can use it as a meal replacement for dinner.
This is definitely a step in the right direction to create a lasting change in my lifestyle. If you are interested in trying the juice cleanse programme, you can order them online from Daily Juice.
Great news! I am also giving away 6 bottles of Juice Cleanse from Daily Juice to 1 lucky winner (as mentioned in this post), so do check it out on my Instagram if you wish to enter the giveaway (for local residents only).
Congrats to Serene (@xavvylicious) for winning the Instagram giveaway! 🙂
No monetary compensation was received for this review and all opinions expressed were my own.