Frequently Asked Questions
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In each juice, you are receiving 3-5 lbs of raw produce. Either a mixture of fruits and veggies, or all veggies based on the recipe.
Ruby Jean’s Cleanses are naturally free of common allergens, such as dairy, soy, wheat, and gluten. If you are allergic or think you might be, to any fruits or veggies, please do not consume them during your cleanse. Please let us know of any allergies you may have so that we can customize your cleanse.
Cold-pressed juices do contain natural sugars, but are not the same as added refined sugars, and are significantly healthier. We do, however, recommend keeping your juices about 80% vegetable and 20% fruit. If you are currently managing your sugar intake due to a medical condition, please consult your physician.
Same as the question above, we highly advise to chat with your doctor if you are deciding to take the leap. Once you do, aim for a maximum of 1 fruit per juice, adding more protein in your juices and drink at least 64 ounces of water each day.
That is not an issue at all. There is absolutely no gluten or dairy in our juices.
Fruit and vegetables contain two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble forms. Even though the juicing process extracts the insoluble fiber (fibers that remain in the pulp, which helps bulk up stools and regulates bowel movements), the soluble fibers are left and processed as liquid (which break down in water and are passed through your system) Since these fibers are processed through the body, your digestion system gets a nice little break, and in turn resets your body of toxins.
Protein is available in many of the plant-based foods that are used in our juices – spinach, kale, romaine lettuce, and carrots to name a few. They contain a surprisingly high amount of protein. In fact, some juices (especially green juices) have about 4 to 5 grams per 12 oz serving. However, if you choose to juice cleanse for more than 15 days, it is recommended to add in more protein other than juice, ex. a handful of nuts.
With the nutritional needs during pregnancy and breastfeeding, we highly advise not to, during those times.
Your juice cleanse will come with 6 juices per day and ideally you should drink one every 2 hours. But listen to your body and drink when you feel hungry. Let your body tell you when to eat. If you don’t finish all 6 within the day, don’t worry. Save the extra for your other days, if you need it. Also be sure to drink plenty of water in between each juice.
No. In fact, you should wean yourself off of caffeine altogether a few days prior to starting your cleanse. It is very important to only drink your juice and water, to make sure you are not taking in any unwanted toxins that you’re working so hard to get rid of.
It is very acceptable to introduce fresh fruit and vegetables, and or a handful of nuts throughout the day to help conquer the extra hunger pains. Alternate between juices or consume at the same time. It will help you feel full and you’ll receive more fiber and protein.
Within the first few days, it’s very common to experience headaches. It may stem from a lack of caffeine, or the effects of ridding toxins, and lack of solid food. Your body will overcome this, but please feel free to take Tylenol or Ibuprofen, but be careful with Excedrin, as it contains caffeine. If you’re not a fan of medication, try another juice, moderate exercise or getting some extra shut eye.
Yes, it’s normal and nothing to worry about. As your taking in more fruits and vegetables, ex. more greens, your stool will take on that color. Your body is absorbing all of the chlorophyll, vitamins, and nutrients, so the excess gets passed through your body.
Increase your electrolyte intake to reduce fatigue, foggy thoughts, and headaches. Coconut water is an excellent source of electrolytes.
Same as any physical activity question you may have, please consult your doctor first. But from what we’ve experienced, exercising can be done, but take it very slowly. Especially in the first 3 days. Your body is adjusting and may feel weak within those first few days. So don’t force anything that will get you hurt. Once your body is acclimated with your current juice diet, introduce walking, yoga and lighter weights etc. Be sure to drink at least half of a juice beforehand and finish the rest, or drink 1 whole juice after. Listen to your body and do what’s best for you.
The weight that you could possibly lose during the juice cleanse will vary from person to person. On average, one can lose 5 to 7 pounds a week at first. But this amount will vary based on how much weight you have to lose. Your weight loss will probably be a combination of fat, muscle, and water, but staying active and drinking enough juice and water will help to preserve muscle mass and promote more fat loss instead.
You could if you return back to your old eating habits. Cleansing could be a great way to get over that frustrating plateau or break some cravings. This allows you to get into a routine, once finished, and continue to eat very clean after your cleanse. We even suggest doing shorter cleanses more often to help you achieve your goals.
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