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The top 5 juice cleanse options in Toronto

The juice cleanse is on the rise in Toronto. While there are a number of recently-opened fresh juice bars and bottled options scattered around town, spots that give you the option to jump on a liquid diet for a few days (or weeks) are a bit harder to come by. In a city that values a good burger/solid food in general, this comes as no surprise.

But for those keen on the purported benefits of the juice cleanse, such as flushing out toxins, charging up on nutrients and - as a result - feeling brand new, it's good to know who can provide enough juice to sustain you. Of course, this kind of detox isn't for everyone - make sure your physician gives you the OK.

Here are my picks for the top 5 juice cleanse options in Toronto.

See also: The best juice bars in Toronto

The Good Press
Founded by husband and wife duo Andrew and Leila Ois earlier this year, The Good Press is the newest organic juice bar in town. This past summer saw the launch of their standard juice cleanse: a packaged deal of six 500ml bottles at $68 per day, available for pickup at their store in Yorkville. All you have to do is walk in or give them a call to set it up! Later this month, The Good Press is starting a bring-a-buddy program where customers and their friends can come in for a consultation with a nutritionist and walk away with their first set of juices.

Raw Juice Guru
Online business Raw Juice Guru may not have its own storefront, but they compensate by delivering their super fresh cold pressed juices right to your door every morning. The drinks are handmade using certified organic fruits and vegetables - many of which are locally grown on their own farms - just hours before being dropped at your doorstep. Plus, each cleanse is uniquely designed by a nutritionist to meet your individual needs and restrictions. With rates ranging from one day at $90 to 28 days at $1800, there's an option for everybody.

Greenhouse Juice Co.
Greenhouse Juice Co. in Rosedale offers a whole slew of different flavours, including a tastebud-shocking lemon water with liquid cayenne and a soothing vanilla bean almond milk. The organic juice cleanse, available at a standard rate of $73 per day, combines eight beverages for consumption in a very specific order. If you're not able to pick them up at Greenhouse Juice's standalone store or at a pop-up in The Detox Market (367 King St. W), you can have them brought to you via electric delivery car.

Belmonte Raw
Belmonte Raw in Leslieville will sell you a juice cleanse set in three different "strengths:" deep, deeper, and deepest. Each one includes eight freshly made organic soups and beverages for daily consumption. This way, you can choose between easing into a raw liquid diet and going full force with the detox. Alternatively, they offer "transition" cleanses that include gourmet raw meals for a less daunting commitment. Prices range from $70 - $75 for a one-day cleanse to $2100 for a 30-day cleanse - all of which can be delivered to your home or office every morning.

Feel Good Guru
West Queen West's Feel Good Guru doesn't just make vegetarian dishes packed with nutrients - they offer juice cleanse options meant to give your digestive system a break and help reset your body. Whether you're looking to consume nothing but cold pressed organic juice for two weeks at $705 or complete a one-day cleanse at $65 after a wild weekend, Feel Good Guru has you covered with three 1L bottles a day - including their infamous "Super Green Fuel" made from 17 ultra-nourishing ingredients. They're fresh pressed every day to ensure maximum nutrient density and can be delivered right to your door at an extra cost.

Did I miss any? Leave your picks for Toronto-based juice cleanse services in the comments.

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