First things first, it is important to emphasize that both cleanses promote detox, support optimal metabolic health, and provide weight loss benefits.
However, they tackle the problem from different angles. Let's compare them.
|Almost no caffeine.||Caffeine on three of the blends|
|Ready-to-drink. You can drink them cold or at room temperature.||Ready-to-mix (just add water!). You can drink them cold or hot, and pair them with non-dairy milk (if desired but not necessary as they already contain rice milk).|
|Flavors: Mixed Fruits & Vegetables such as Aronia, Cucumber, Lemon, Blueberry, Acerola, Spinach, Ginger, Chlorella, Carrot, Pineapple, Mango, Turmeric, Wheatgrass, Avocado, Banana, Sea Buckthorn, etc.||Flavors: Colombian Coffee Yerba Mate, Dark Chocolate Oolong, Japanese Matcha Moringa, Maqui Berry Dandelion, Golden Vanilla Turmeric.|
|Has nutrient-dense ingredients that promote optimal detox and metabolic processes.||Has ingredients that promote the reduction of stored fat (fat-binding), depurative (purifying and detoxifying), and diuretic benefits.|
|1-day & 3-day cleanse available.|
|Liquid-only: 8 drinks per day||Hybrid: 5 drinks per day + one balanced meal.|
|Master Cleanse available (650 calories per day!) - Ideal for advanced cleansers or people used to managing their calorie intake.||No Master Cleanse (the latte cleanse is already 550 calories).|
|Very little protein.||Great source of 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. Also, great for transitioning from our juice (core or master) cleanses to regular healthy eating.|
There's no right or wrong here. Just pick the one that matches your taste, goals, and lifestyle.
Do you want our recommendation? We suggest doing both (customers rave about the benefits). Start with a Juice Cleanse to reset your body and do a Latte Cleanse to incorporate new habits (more frequent eating in smaller portions).