First things first, it's important to emphasize that both cleanses lead to detox and weight loss. However, they tackle the problem from different angles. Let's compare them.
|Almost no caffeine.||Caffeine on three of the blends|
|You can drink them cold or at room temperature||You can drink them cold or hot, and pair them with non-dairy milk if desired.|
|Flavors: Fruits & Vegetables such as Aronia, Cucumber, Lemon, Blueberry, Acerola, Spinach, Kale, Ginger, Chlorella, Carrot, Pineapple, Mango, Turmeric, Wheatgrass, Avocado, Banana, Sea Buckthorn, etc.||Flavors: Coffee, Chocolate, Matcha, Maqui Berry, Vanilla Turmeric.|
|Has nutrient-dense ingredients that promote optimal detox and metabolic processes.||Has ingredients that promote the reduction of stored fat.|
|1-day & 3-day cleanse available.|
|Liquid-only: 8 drinks per day||Mixed: 5 drinks per day + one balanced meal that will help you go through your cleanse without crashing.|
|Master Cleanse available (650 calories per day!) - Ideal for advanced cleansers or people used to managing their calorie intake)||No Master Cleanse.|
|No protein.||Has protein and dietary fiber.|
|The best way to reset your metabolism.||
The best way to restore your balance of protein, net carbs, fiber, and prebiotics.
|Ideal for both beginners and advanced cleansers.||Easier to complete if you are a first-time cleanser. Less appealing for advanced cleansers.|
There's no right or wrong here. Just pick the one that matches your taste, goals, and lifestyle.