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Juice Cleanse Review: BluePrint, Organic Avenue, Pressed Juicery

By January 1, 2013

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Although home juice cleanses have been around for a long time, in the last decade, there has been an explosion of juice cleanse companies that offer fresh, raw juice that can be ordered online and FedExed to your home. A three-day juice cleanse typically costs more than $200 with shipping and includes six large juices per day, delivered in an insulated box with ice packs and instructions.

I recently tried three of the most popular three-day juice cleanses. Here are my reviews:

Comments
January 3, 2013 at 6:06 pm
(1) Scott says:

I would rather go for my own homemade juices instead of ordering on line. It is too expensive for me to have the ready made one when I can have it in almost half the price.

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