$99 for a Three-Day Raw-Juice Cleanse at Beverly Hills Wellness Center ($219 Value)

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Expert medical practitioners squeeze out 16 oz. bottles of raw fruit & veggie guts to detoxify & fuel body for 3 days

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Juicing draws out the vital extracts hidden inside fruits more effectively than setting their stems on fire and waiting for nutrients to run out. Savor safer cleansing with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a three-day raw juice cleanse at Beverly Hills Wellness Center (a $219 value).

Beverly Hills Wellness Center's experienced medical practitioners amplify modern nutritional knowledge with holistic-healing techniques to detoxify bodies of pent-up particulates. Flora pulverizers prep 18 bottles filled with 16 ounces of raw-fruit fluid that cleansers pick up daily to ensure freshness and prevent nutrient degradation due to loneliness. Fibrous vegetable juices sweep bodily conduits clear of loitering foodstuffs, and protein-nut milk fuels muscles through daily exercise. Proponents of juice cleansing list increased energy, healthier immune system, and boosted mental acuity among its tangible benefits and the ability to tell when pet apple trees want to go for a walk as an intangible benefit.

Beverly Hills Wellness Center

After 33 years of clinical and academic medicine, Dr. Edgar A. Guess Jr. expanded his medical repertoire by exploring alternative and holistic wellness techniques. In 1996, the retired OB/GYN and cancer surgeon founded Beverly Hills Wellness Center, where he and a team of physicians and healthcare providers aim to prevent illness and provide clients with the knowledge and services they need to maintain their health and independence. Dr. Guess is also the president-elect of the National Board for Colon Hydrotherapy, so his knowledge and experience informs the work of the center's International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy–certified therapist, as well.

Besides colon hydrotherapy, the health experts offer acupuncture and Oriental and Chinese herbal medicine. Additionally, the center's detoxifying treatments—which include infrared saunas, deep-tissue massages, and raw-juice cleanses—allow the body to rid itself of impurities that linger from their childhood paste-eating habit. They also offer health screenings, as part of their commitment to promoting early detection and empowering clients to monitor their own health at home.

For those who take care of their overall well-being with exercise, yoga, and balanced nutrition