Vibrance Cleanse Juice - Mango Peppermint Green Tea

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  • Get ready to shake things up with "Vibrance". Just when you are feeling like running back to your nest, you can always count on this green-tea and peppermint power-combo to lift you up and get you moving. It's a good thing we got your back...Now, go go go little bird, people are counting on you!

    • 12 fl.oz 
    • Mango Peppermint Green Tea
    • Pack of 10 - Currently Available
    • Non GMO Project Verified, Certified Gluten-Free 
    • Vegan, Dairy Free, Allergen-Free, Preservative-Free, No Added Sugars
    • 130 Calories Per Pouch
    • Vitamin C Rich
    • 82% Juice
    • Non GMO Project Verified, Certified Gluten-Free 
    • Vegan, Dairy Free, Allergen-Free, Preservative-Free, No Added Sugars
  • Apple Juice, Purified Water, Cucumber Juice, Mango Puree, Lemon Juice, Green Tea Powder (Camelia Sinensis), Organic freeze-dried Acerola, Natural Peppermint Extract.

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HIGH POTENCY VITAMIN C

The lemon, apple and organic acerola in vibrance provide a high potency source of vitamin C, which is important for the skin, bones, and connective tissue. Scientific evidence suggests that drinking green tea helps maintain mental alertness throughout the day.

DRINKING DIRECTIONS

Unlike our 1 and 3-day cleanse kits, there are no rules for how to drink these individual juice pouches. They make the perfect on the go snack to fuel your workout, substitute a meal or curb your hunger. Packaged to be conveniently drinkable anytime & anywhere you want to sip them – whether it’s for breakfast (blended into your morning smoothie or acai bowl), at your desk or before (or after) a workout.

WHAT'S INSIDE?

Pack of ten (10) Vibrance juices made of nutrient-rich super fruits, vegetables and functional botanicals in 100% recyclable 12 fluid ounce stand-up spouted pouches. Each natural juice beverage is made with delicious Alphonso Mangoes, Apples, cucumber, Lemons, Peppermint, Green Tea and Organic Brazilian Acerola.

mango

Mango contains vitamins A, C and D along with beta-carotene. Research has shown that mangiferin, a nutrient found in the mango tree can lower blood sugar and lipid levels. Mangiferin is also a mild diuretic. 
apple

Apples are rich in antioxidants. Scientists believe these compounds help prevent and repair oxidation damage that happens during normal cell activity. Apples are also full of pectin, which is a soluble fiber that binds with fats in the intestine translating into lower cholesterol levels and a healthier you. 

lemon 

Lemons are rich in citric acid, which helps enzymes function better, stimulates the liver and aids in detoxification. Although counter intuitive, the nutrients and minerals in citric acid are alkaline in nature as they stimulate the formation of calcium carbonate that neutralizes other strong acids in the body. Experts say lemon can help change the pH balance of the blood and can also help in dealing with urinary tract infections. Because Lemons are rich in Vitamin C, they are known to fight colds by boosting your immune system. Lemons also have potassium, which stimulates brain and nerve function and may control blood pressure. Their antioxidants revive dull skin and keep it healthy.

peppermint

Peppermint is a good source of manganese, copper, and vitamin C. Randomized controlled trials have shown its ability to relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, including indigestion, dyspepsia, and colonic muscle spasms. In addition to its antioxidant abilities, rosmarinic acid has been shown to block the production of pro-inflammatory chemicals. It also encourages cells to make substances called prostacyclins that keep the airways open for easy breathing and also may help relieve the nasal symptoms of allergic rhinitis (colds related to allergy).

 green tea

Green tea is made from unfermented leaves and reportedly contains the highest concentration of powerful antioxidants called polyphenols. It may help reduce inflammation associated with certain types of IBD. Early research shows that green tea may lower total cholesterol and raise HDL ("good") cholesterol in both animals and people. Clinical studies also suggest that green tea extract may boost metabolism and help burn fat.

 acerola

The vitamin C content of acerola is approximately 30 to 50 times that of good oranges. It also contains vitamins A, B1, B2, and B3, as well as carotenoids and bioflavonoids, which provide important nutritive value and have been linked with antioxidant uses.
Cucumber juice acts as a diuretic, flushing toxins and waste via urination, leaving you less bloated and feeling lighter. Cucumbers are a valuable source of vitamin C, beta-carotene, and manganese and the phytonutrients found in cucumbers also provide us with valuable antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.



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