Brian Larsen Explains How To Make Your Own BluePrint Juice Cleanse For Less Than Half Price

Brian Larsen Explains How To Make Your Own BluePrint Juice Cleanse For Less Than Half Price

In this video, singer-songwriter Brian Larsen ( explains how to make your own version of the BluePrint Juice Cleanse ( for less than half the price of the original and nearly all of the same health benefits. The BluePrint Cleanse is a very popular detoxifying juice cleanse, offered in three different sets. This is the “easiest” of the three.

The juices are, in order: “Green,” “PAM,” “Green” (again), “Spicy Lemonade,” “CAR” and Almond/Cashew Milk.

Here are the ingredients:

1/2 of a cucumber
5 stalks of celery
2 green apples
3 leaves of kale
1 lemon
3 leaves of romaine lettuce
1 bunch of spinach
Some Parsley

1/3 of a pineapple
2 green apples
A little mint

13 ounces water
3 lemons
~1 tbsp agave nectar (or honey)
Bit of cayenne pepper to taste

1 green apple
2 beets with roots
3 carrots
2 tbsp ginger
Some lemon juice

6 ounces raw almonds or cashews soaked in water for several hours
1 Bottle Water
1 tbsp agave nectar
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla extract

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