Malamiah Juice Cleanse

What is a juice cleanse?

A juice cleanse refers to a limited time during which one consumes only raw juice as a way to detoxify the body.
Malamiah Juice Bar offers five different cleanse plans. Exclusive plans are intended for individuals who are able to cleanse without consuming whole food. Exclusive cleanses include 5 bottled juices and one health shot for each day. Partial cleanses are intended for individuals who want to cleanse during the day and consume a light, “clean” meal in the evening. (This is recommended for individuals who need to be more mindful of regulating blood sugar or who have medications that should be taken with food.) Partial Cleanses include 4 bottled juices and one health shot for each day.

What are the benefits of a juice cleanse?

During a juice cleanse, the body is flooded with powerful micro-nutrients and flushed of harmful toxins. The benefits of a juice cleanse can include resetting your eating habits, increasing your energy levels, and jump-starting weight loss.

Before Your Cleanse

  • It is very important to start intentionally eating “clean” in the days leading up to your cleanse. Eliminate sugar, high fat foods and processed foods from your diet as much as possible.
  • Get your body ready by eating lots of fresh fruits and vegetables before your cleanse and work to wean yourself off of soda (you can still drink black coffee during your cleanse). Make it a point to drink lots of water!!!
  • We also recommend that you take the time to complete your Malamiah Juice Cleanse Intentions Worksheet. This allows you to thoughtfully analyze your current holistic wellness and set meaningful intentions for your cleanse.
  • If possible, it is also a good idea to arrange your commitments during the cleanse in such a way that you will not have too many demands on your time/schedule. You will want to be able to rest often during your cleanse.
  • Still have questions? Know that you will receive detailed guidelines on how to complete your cleanse with your juice pick up. You can also email us anytime!

After Your Cleanse

  • Don’t be in a hurry. After the cleanse you may be very eager to eat solid foods again. However, start slow as your body needs to re-adjust.
  • Try to avoid highly processed foods, high fat foods, alcohol and refined sugar – especially in the beginning of your post-cleanse phase.
  • Pay attention to your body. You may notice that foods you ate before the cleanse make you feel differently than before. You may also become full sooner than you did before. Do not go and gorge on an excessive amount of food (i.e. buffet). This will defeat the purpose of your cleanse and is likely to make you feel uncomfortable.  It may work better to eat 4-6 small meals rather than larger ones.
  • Try not to add too much at one time. For instance, if you go back to eating a sandwich for lunch, have one slice of whole grain bread rather than two.
  • Continue to focus on fruits and vegetables as a staple and substantial part of your meal.
  • Remember to drink plenty of water!

Finish your cleanse?

Tell us how it went!

We would love to get your feedback! Complete a brief post cleanse survey.

Cleanse Resources

Malamiah Juice Cleanse Intentions Worksheet

Download Worksheet

Food Reintroduction Schedule

Day 1:

• Focus on easily digested foods. You may find yourself still drinking 1-2 juices during this day.
• Start introducing Herbal Teas, Vegetable/Chicken Broths, Fresh Juice, and easily digested fruits/veggies (bananas, pears, celery, cucumber, etc.).
• You may want to steam your veggies for better tolerance

Day 2:

• Add in more raw fruits and vegetables. Try healthy starches. Don’t overdo it – eat small amounts and pay attention to your body.
• Start introducing Carrots, Beets, Spinach, Kale, Apples, Strawberries, Oranges, Sweet Potatoes, Brown Rice and Whole Grain Pasta.

Day 3:

• Add lean protein. Be careful to watch portion sizes.
• Start introducing Fish, lean chicken and meats, Beans and Lentils.
• Avoid highly processed protein foods (hot dogs, sausage, bacon, etc.)

Day 4:

• Add in dairy products, use sparingly, limit processed forms. Be sure to watch portion sizes.
• Start introducing Milk and Yogurt.