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What You'll Get
- $109 for a three-day Protein+ Power juice cleanse with shipping ($233 value)
This cleanse encompasses assorted juices, including a green blend, made with leafy veggies, lemon, and a hint of ginger, and a red juice made with a combination of beets, carrots, apple, and other natural ingredients. Unlike other Peeled Juice Bar cleanses, this one also features Vanilla Bean Protein+ meal replacement shake, which gives cleanse participants more energy to stay active.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for online order. Must order at least 14 days in advance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Peeled Juice Bar
The Millionaire Monk and Berry Bonds aren’t characters on some wildly eccentric daytime soap. They're just two of the cheeky names the team at Peeled Juice Bar has given to the juices, smoothies, booster shots, and breakfast blends that pack the shop's beverage-heavy menu of healthy treats. Baristas versed in the art of hand-blending drinks make a range of beverages to-order from local and organic ingredients. The staff never adds sugars or chemicals to bulk up flavors or appease mad scientists’ taste buds. For customers looking for an especially salutary experience, the shop can supply enough juice for three-, five-, or seven-day juice cleanses that detoxify the body and bolster the immune system.
The juice spot's Evanston and Lincoln Park stores are both eco-friendly on the inside. The staff also keeps the juice bar's carbon footprint low by composting their fruit and vegetable matter.
Follow along as Favin the Maven, Groupon's beauty blogger, documents her three-day juice cleanse with Peeled Juice Bar.
Health coach, yoga instructor, and all-around healthy person Katarina Arneric tells us what you need to make green juice at home and how it stacks up nutrition-wise against salad.