The Most Popular Ingredients For Your Next 1 Day Juice Cleanse

If you’re feeling bogged down and are looking for a spring refresh, a 1 day juice cleanse is a perfect way to set the course for the new season. There are all different kinds of cleanses out there, and the length and intensity can vary based on what you’re looking to get out of your cleanse experience. If you’re new to juice cleansing, starting off with a 1 day juice cleanse is a great way to dip your toes into the process. A 1 day juice cleanse is also a good option for experienced cleansers who simply want a boost rather than an intensive, days-long detoxification process.
 

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Here’s what actually happens during a 1 day juice cleanse.

Usually, a 1 day juice cleanse involves steering clear of all solid foods for the day. (That said, there are exceptions. For example, Pure Green offers a Juice ‘Til Dinner, in which cleansers drink juice up until dinnertime, and then switch to solid foods.) 
 
During the cleanse, you’ll substitute solid foods with cold pressed juice. The cleansing juices give your digestive system a break from all the hard work it usually does to process solid foods. This gives your body ample opportunity and energy to detox the liver and kidneys. Cleanses can help put a new spring in your step if you’ve been experiencing exhaustion, weight gain, crankiness, skin issues, or have been eating less healthfully lately.
 
If a juice cleanse is for you, one of the most important parts of prepping is considering which ingredients you’ll want in your cleansing juices. The easiest and most health-efficient way to kick off a cleanse is to stop by a cold pressed juice seller like Pure Green to stock up on the juices you’ll need in advance. (You can also have your cold pressed juice delivered!) This ensures you’ll be drinking juice prepared with top-of-the-line cold pressing processes that can’t be accomplished with an at-home blender.


Pure Green offers three main 1 day juice cleanse options:

  • Juice ‘Til Dinner, in which you’ll drink four cold pressed juices throughout the day before eating solid foods for dinner.
  • Pure Basic, which involves drinking six cold pressed juices throughout the day, at least two of which are green juices.
  • Pure Hardcore, which puts an even stronger emphasis on getting your greens. With Pure Hardcore, you’ll drink six cold pressed juices, and at least four of them will be green juices.

 
If one of these cleanses sounds like a fit, you can pre-stock your fridge with the Pure Green cleansing juices you’ll need. Pure Green coaches can also help customize your 1 day juice cleanse to your specific needs.
 
During your cleanse, you might experience symptoms like headaches, exhaustion, or sweating. These are normal as your body goes through the detoxification process, but you’ll want to make sure you’re kind with yourself on the day of your cleanse, as well as the days before and fater. Schedule your cleanse on a day off when you don’t have any other major obligations. If you have any concerns about trying a cleanse or have never done one before, be sure to talk to your doctor or healthcare provider before getting started.


These are the top ingredients for cleansing juices.


Now that we’ve got the basics of your 1 day juice cleanse covered, it’s important to know which ingredients you’re drinking in your cold pressed juices, and why. The more you understand about how and why your cleanse is working, the more you can potentially benefit from it. Below are some of the most popular 1 day juice cleanse ingredients, and why they’re so important for your cleanse.

Apples. Apples can help with cosmetic benefits like whiter teeth, but they can also make a fantastic impact on your inner health. Apples can help reduce the risk of high cholesterol, improve heart health, and can help reduce your cancer risk. Apples could even help reduce the risk of cataracts! One of the factors that makes apples especially great for a juice cleanse is that their high fiber content can help to regulate digestion. They can also help to reduce symptoms of IBS.

Kale. There’s a reason kale has become so popular over the last decade. This incredibly nutritious green is a picture of health. For starters, kale has high fiber and nutrients but low fat, which equates to lots of health benefits without common drawbacks.

Kale is high in iron and sulfur, which help your liver to thrive. Since your liver will be doing some major detoxifying on your cleanse, kale can be a major benefit! Kale can also help reduce your risk of cancer, reduce inflammation, reduce your risk of asthma, lower cholesterol, benefit your vision, and help your skin glow.

Spinach. Spinach is high in manganese, zinc, magnesium, calcium, iron, and other beneficial ingredients. Spinach can help improve your eyesight, potentially reduce your risk of losing mental sharpness, and can help reduce your risk of hardening arteries.

It can also help with managing high blood pressure and strengthening muscles, which you’ll especially benefit from while steering clear of solid foods on a cleanse. Another great benefit for cleansing is that spinach can boost your metabolism and decrease your risk of ulcers.

Cucumber. Cucumbers have a large concentration of water within them, so they’re great for hydration. Hydration is vital on a cleanse (you’ll want to be drinking water frequently), and cucumber can help. Cucumber can also help to keep your brain sharp and help regulate digestion, both of which are important when you’re on a cleanse and experiencing potential side effects. Cucumbers also have plenty of other great health impacts, like potentially reducing your risk of developing certain cancers.

Celery. Celery packs a lot of punch in just a few calories. During your cleanse, you’ll especially appreciate celery’s ability to regulate your body’s alkaline balance and help digestion along. The magnesium in celery could also help to calm stress. Sometimes unexpected emotions can come up from the experience of a cleanse, so this is a major benefit.

Zucchini. Zucchini’s high concentration of Vitamin C and antioxidants are great on any day, but they’re especially helpful during a cleanse, when your body needs these types of ingredients. This is also true of the veggie’s B-vitamins, which can provide a surge of energy when you need it most. Zucchini can also aid in digestion, and its anti-inflammatory capabilities could assist with symptoms of asthma and arthritis.

Romaine. Romaine is a great addition to cold pressed juice because including it is such a simple way to increase your veggie intake. It’s rich in minerals like phosphorous, magnesium, and calcium. Romaine is also an excellent source of Vitamin C and Vitamin K.

This green is also great at helping to boost the immune system and in calming your mood, both of which are great perks to experience during the sometimes intense experience of a cleanse.

Lemon. There’s a reason so many people start their day with a glass of fresh lemon water. Lemon provides a wealth of benefits, including skin health, maintenance of a healthy weight, and kidney health. Lemon can aid in digestion, which is key during a cleanse. Another fun perk? Lemon leads to fresher breath!

Ginger. Ginger is a total superhero. This incredible ingredient can help reduce your risk of cancer and heart disease, decrease inflammation, help lower your cholesterol, and promote healthier skin. Ginger can also benefit your immune system. During a cleanse, ginger can help you curb any nausea or bloating you may experience.

Cayenne. In addition to adding a little kick to your cold pressed juice (nothing says “time to wake up” faster than cayenne!), this ingredient can aid in some of the key objectives of a cleanse. Cayenne aids in digestion, helps to boost your metabolism, and supports your body in its detoxing process. It may also help relieve pain, which is incredibly helpful if you experience any headaches or body aches during your cleanse.

Beets. Beets are fantastic immune boosters that can aid with bone strength and brain health, and could also help to lower blood pressure. Beets are great at providing a steady source of energy, which you’ll need during your cleanse. Beets can also help aid in your body’s detoxification process, so they’re an excellent addition to your cleanse arsenal.

Carrots. Remember how often your mom made you snack on carrots as a kid? Well, she kind of had a point. These beloved veggies are high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin K, as well as a host of other nutrients. In addition to benefits like helping to lower heart disease risk, blood pressure, and cholesterol; carrots are high in fiber. This can help with digestion. Carrots may also help reduce the risk of certain cancers, like lung cancer, and can help your vision.

Turmeric. Turmeric may be trendy right now, but people have been enjoying its benefits for generations. This ingredient is known to potentially help prevent blood clots, reduce inflammation, ease arthritis pain, and boost skin health. What you may notice during your cleanse especially is that turmeric can sometimes have a mood-boosting effect.

Pineapple. Pineapples add a bit of sweetness to your cold pressed juice during your cleanse, and in addition, they provide some excellent health benefits. Pineapples have a high amount of manganese, which aids with bone health. Pineapples can also help wounds heal more quickly, help prevent respiratory issues like common colds, and can aid in digestion.

 

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If you want to make sure that these ingredients are part of your 1 day juice cleanse, stock up on the below Pure Green juices before getting started on the cleanse:

Ready to dedicate a day to a happier, healthier you? Think about kicking off your own 1 day juice cleanse!
 

Taylor Rohwedder