Project Juice Review: Juice Cleanse

Published on June 17, 2020
Last modified on July 9, 2021

For this Project Juice, Juice Cleanse Review we were given a sample and this post contains affiliate links.  If you make a purchase we may be compensated.  All opinions are our own.

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By Brittany Whelan

Reviewed by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN

Project Juice

Project Juice is, as they say, dedicated to helping YOU feel awesome. Offering a plant-powered punch to your day through their popular juice cleanse menu of cold-pressed inventive flavors and locally sourced ingredients, all Project Juice products are certified organic, GMO-free, and gluten-free for the accessibility and convenience of their customers.

Fun Fact: Up to 5lbs of fruits and vegetables are pressed into each Project Juice bottle. That’s one trip to the produce department at your local grocer saved!

That’s not all though. In addition to their own take on wellness boosts and packs, Project Juice maintains a hearty selection of protein powders, superfood treats, and supplements in their pantry, AND Food Bundles of prepared meals for even more healthy convenience. All in stock and just a shake, stir, or crack of the plastic away from instant enjoyment.

Save 30% NOW on your order when you sign up for Auto-Renew Membership through this link >>

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What We Liked

  • Strong Flavors! The citrus was especially tasty.
  • Health Benefits! Each juice cleanse carries a unique variety of vitamins and minerals to help support your body.
  • Great Customer Service! I had a question about the consistency of one of the juices and was answered within 24 hours of asking it.
  • Recyclable! Each juice cleanse encourages you to recycle it at the bottom of the bottle.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Color and size of print. The nutrition facts and other directions were hard to read once I started drinking the juice.
  • Shaking does not mean blending. Not all juices have the same texture consistency.

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Juice Cleanse Packs

Looking for a 3 day cleanse or a week of wellness but not sure where to start? Below is a list of pre-selected juice cleanse wellness packs available right now.

Classic Reset Juice Cleanse

  • Great for beginners
  • 6 juices per day including Daily Celery Detox, Green Ginger, D-Tox, Immunity, Radiance, and Cashew Mylk
  • $225 for 3 Days

 

Advanced Reset Juice Cleanse

  • Great for those experienced juicers and those looking for very low sugar options.
  • 6 juices per day including Daily Celery Detox, Deep Green, Total Greens, Immunity, Deep Green, and Cashew Mylk
  • $225 for 3 Days

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Build-Your-Own Juice Cleanse 

It’s easy to do! Just select Build-Your-Own Juice Pack from the navigation bar and choose up to thirty juice cleanses and ten power shots.  A 3-day Build Your Own Juice Cleanse contains 6 juices of your choice for 3 days.  The cost is $225.

The categories, juices, and general health benefits are as follows:

  • Greens: #Getyourgreens, Daily Celery Detox, Deep Green, Green Ginger, Pure Green, Radiance FOR gentle detox, improved digestion, superior nutrition
  • Citrus: Alkaline Elixir, Black Magic, Immunity FOR balanced pH, decreased water retention, suppressed appetite
  • Blends: D-tox, Recharge, Strawberry Sunrise, Watermelon Berry, What’s Up Doc? FOR hydration and replenishment
  • Mylkshakes: Cashew Mylk, Chocolate Protein, Get Up and Go-Go, Low Glycemic Strawberry, Rockstar On-The-Go FOR fewer cravings, improved sports performance, more restful sleep, and complete satisfaction

 

In addition to Juice Cleanses, Project Juice offers a selection of Wellness Packs,  Power Shots, and Pantry Items.  As with the juice cleanse packs, juices in the Wellness Packs are $12.50 each and Power Shots are $3 each.  Customizable Wellness packs and Power Shots are available.

A few tips to enjoying your juices!

  • Keep them cold.  Project Juice recommends on the back of the bottle that you “consume within 5 days of purchase and 3 days after opening.”  Good to keep in mind for a 3 day juice cleanse!
  • Juice cleanses from the Citrus or Blends category are more likely to have a thicker consistency due to fruit pulp while Greens and Mylshakes go down a little more smoothly.
  • Adding water is a great way to extend the life of these cleanses.  Pour to your satisfaction.

     

    Project Juice Review: Bottom Line

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    For my order, I chose Green Ginger, Radiance, Alkaline Elixir, Immunity, Recharge, and Strawberry Sunrise and my digestive health has never been better!

    Seriously, coming from someone who struggles to balance her diet, Project Juice’s juice cleanses really helped me hit the reset button.  This 3-day juice cleanse experiment I made out of my order has given me so much energy and focus, which is especially important to maintain these days, that I absolutely can’t wait to try the rest of the flavors in my next order.

    Project Juice juice cleanses are great for beginner juices wanting to try juicing for the first time, those curious about juice cleanses and want a convenient option, and experienced juicers looking to continue juicing without the hassle of making juice blends at home.

    Save 30% NOW on your order when you sign up for Auto-Renew Membership through this link >>

    Enjoy!

     

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    This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
    rebecca-housh-ms-rdn-ldn-registered-dietitianRebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.

     

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