by Lexi Petronis
If you're considering a cleanse, Marissa Vicario, a board-certified health coach and healthy-living expert, has these tips for figuring out what might be the best type for you.
Juice Only could be good for: someone who understands that juice-only isn't a quick-fix for weight loss or to correct poor eating habits.
"A cleanse like this should be undertaken when recommended and supervised by a medical professional," she says. "Many commercial juice-only cleanses contain high amounts of sugar from the fruits and vegetables in the juice; any weight lost tends to be water weight."
See more: 13 Sneaky Habits That Can Cause AcneLiquids Only could be good for: someone who has digestive disorders or needs to let her digestive system rest.
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