This sums it up in bullet form. I wish people would stop going on just juice cleanses (or telling me they are proudly.) You’ll lose muscle, which will lead to more weight gain after you start to eat again.
Buzzfeed: People have a LOT of opinions about juice cleanses. Some people get righteously indignant about how juice cleanses are actually dangerous woo-woo nonsense. Other people use words like detox and toxins and purify and cleanse and swear by the stuff. And other people say things like “that’s not how your body works” or “that’s what your fucking liver is for.”
And all of these people will insist that they are right.But… what’s the truth? What exactly does a juice cleanse do to your body?
BuzzFeed Life reached out to some experts for some answers. And here’s what they had to say.First things first: Is juicing going to detoxify your impurities, or nah?1. There’s not any real evidence that juicing is some magical cure-all.
Click through for pretty pictures and ridicule: via Here Is What A Juice Cleanse Does To Your Body.