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The top 5 juice cleanse options in Toronto

Juice cleanses in Toronto will detox your body and make you feel brand new. It's not an easy process (depending on the type, you'll probably only be consuming juices for several days), so it's important to talk to your doctor before hitting up any of these juice bars longterm. 

Here are my picks for the top juice cleanse options in Toronto. 

Village Juicery

There are five locations to get your one-on-one consultation with a holistic nutritionist at Village. They have three phases as part of their cold-press cleanses: Prepare, Reset, and Eliminate. The last one is a purely liquid diet that helps get rid of built up toxins in your body. 

Revitasize

With locations in Yorkville, Thornhill, North York, the PATH, and more, this juice cleanse spot is widely available for all your needs. Find all the staples like kombucha and salads alongside their cleanses. Each day in a cleanse from this spot has five juices, a detoxifying tea, and an alkaline water. 

Greenhouse Juice Co. 

You get 12 juices a day from this popular Toronto brand with locations throughout the city. Choose from three packages, like the Standard, Green Cleanse or the Gentle Cleanse (the boyfriend cleanse) which is good for first-timers. Do them for one to three days. 

Refuel Juicery

Aside from vegan meals, this Bayview and Eglinton juicery offers one advanced cleanse package and another for beginners. Both six-drink programs are essentially the same give or take a few of the 500 millilitre juice options. 

ELXR Juice Lab

There's two options of cleanses from this juicery in Bayview Village. The Weekend Warrior is perfect for beginners. It has four juices, two tonics, one milk and a couple of booster shots. The Deep Dive is a little more intense, the website says it works "overtime."   

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