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BluePrint Cleanse Review - Does This Drink Really Work?

By Summer Banks on Nov 17, 2016
BluePrint Cleanse Review

This review is what happened after I obsessed for weeks over Blueprint Cleanse. We took the time to create a truly comprehensive review by focusing closely on the side effects, scientific studies, ingredients, and customer-service quality. Then we scrutinized numerous online user comments. Finally, we compressed all of the data we gathered to give you the facts.

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What is Blueprint Cleanse?

To begin with, the Blueprint Cleanse line has a number of different drink options that are all designed to facilitate one’s level of cleansing experience. Each line has six different drinks for each day to facilitate proper hydration and nutritional needs.

Blueprint Cleanse is made by Hain BluePrint, Inc. The company was founded by Erica Huss and Zoe Sakoutis and acquired by the Hain Celestial Group in 2013. We like the variety and flavor options, but read on…

Cost– “Expensive”

The first issue is the cost of the program. At $65 per day it is prohibitively expensive for many dieters. According to our Research Editor, “A program that costs nearly $400 per week is priced well beyond the average cleansing program. While the organic ingredients are a draw, they do not appear to justify the cost.”

This displeased reviewer claimed, “A friend recommended this to help kick-start my weight-loss but I couldn’t afford to do this for the full week.”

An unhappy consumer grumbled, “I don’t pay that much in a week when I’m buying food.”

Not everyone thought the cost was too high.

A happier reviewer explained, “I love the way juicing makes me feel but I don’t have the time to figure out the best recipes or make them. This makes it easy so it’s worth the money.”

While another noted, “These taste great and make me feel amazing. I’d pay almost anything for that.”

Results– “Short-Term”

The marketing material indicates these cleanses may help customers lose weight but does not guarantee it. However, on around 1,000 calories a day or less most people will lose weight at least temporarily.

One disgruntled client commented, “I did a whole week of this and lost weight and was feeling good. Then it came back the next week even though I followed my diet plan.”

A troubled shopper mentioned, “I did this once a week for a couple of months and really didn’t notice any results at all.”

Others are committed to the process.

According to this optimistic woman, “I do this for a week every month and it’s made a real difference.

Which was similar to another dieter who said, “I consider my monthly cleansing time integral to my health and fitness regimen.”

According to our research, prohibitively expensive health foods and drinks are a turn off for many consumers. While Blueprint Cleanse does have a lot of good ingredients it doesn’t seem to support a weight-loss goal which will ultimately cause many dieters to look elsewhere.

The Science – “Does Research Support?”

At DietSpotlight we expect companies to justify their methodology and ingredients. Unfortunately, we saw no studies addressing either on the official site. There was no reason given why the cleanses were inherently beneficial or scientific backing for the individual ingredients used in the various juices.

The Bottom Line – Does Blueprint Cleanse Work?

Should I race out for a bottle of Blueprint Cleanse? If you enjoy all natural organic juices and don’t mind the cost, these come highly recommended. If you want something to help facilitate weight-loss there is little evidence to support this brand as a good choice, which is why we are hesitant to offer our support.

If you’re ready to lose weight, we suggest trying a product that is specifically designed to help dieters lose unwanted weight. It should be packed with ingredients that are backed by solid scientific research.

Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. It contains a combination of four key ingredients, which have been shown in documented clinical research to help intensify fat loss and improve metabolism. We were unable to locate any negative online user reviews. Instead, customer responses indicated people are seeing excellent results.

The makers of Leptigen are so confident that their product will work, they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is very reassuring.

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About the Author:

Summer Banks is an ISSA-Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist and has reviewed over 2000 diet products. She has years of nursing training, experience as a manager responsible for 15 supplement brands, and completed coursework on Food and Nutrition from Stanford University. full bio.

How Does BluePrint Cleanse Compare?

Previous BluePrint Cleanse Review (Updated March 9, 2015):

What You Should Know

There are plenty of internal cleansing aids on the market today. The majority of these products and supplements aim to flush out the user’s digestive tract, while replenishing the body with vitamins and minerals. BluePrint Cleanse, a company founded back in 2000 by Zoe Sakoutis, offers nutritional cleansing systems, which are sold in varying levels (potency). This is purposely to meet different needs regarding the individual’s dietary habits. It is important to understand that BluePrint Cleanse, also known as BPC, is supposed to be consumed in place of meals. This offers the body a chance to flush out all waste, and become revitalized to some degree. BluePrintCleanse is a group of juice beverages that can be acquired in three different levels. These are known as Renovation, Foundation, and Excavation. To give you a better idea of how many beverages are involved with one level, the Renovation Cleanse consists of six different beverages. According to the primary website, this gateway cleansing system will leave users craving the next two levels. Essentially users are supposed to feel utterly restored and revitalized after finishing the Renovation Cleanse. Regardless of where you live, BluePrintCleanse can be shipped to all parts of the United States.

List of Ingredients

These beverages contain a blend of raw fruit and vegetable juices, in addition to key enzymes and spices, such as Cayenne Pepper and Ginger. The juices incorporated into are BluePrintCleanse drinks are 100 percent natural and unpasteurized.

Product Features

The BluePrintCleanse is a type of internally cleansing system that can be acquired in three different levels. The cost of one day on one of these juice programs is $75 when you have it delivered to your door. Three days will cost you $195. For individuals residing in New York, there are certain locations specified on the main website where you can pick up BluePrintCleanse juice products. The core ingredients in these cleansing aids are raw fruits and vegetables, which offer plenty of nutrients, antioxidants, and important vitamins.

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Advantages

  • Testimonials are presented on the main website.
  • Contact information is provided on the primary website.
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables are great for the body.

Disadvantages

  • The cost of one day on BluePrintCleanse is $75, which is pretty expensive for most people.
  • Some dieters will not like the idea of consuming fruit and vegetable beverages in place of meals.
  • There does not appear to be any money-back guarantee with BluePrintCleanse products.
  • Systems like BluePrintCleanse do not really encourage permanent weight reduction, but are rather more for colon cleansing.

Conclusion

When it comes down to it, fresh fruits and vegetables are always good for you. However, $75 for one day of fruit and vegetable beverages is very high priced for many dieters. Finally, there is not really any real fat reduction when you consume fruit/vegetable smoothies for a day or two. This system will more or less just encourage bowel movements.

2 User Reviews About BluePrint Cleanse

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    rosa

    what is the price

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    BklynRita

    Over $300 if you choose cleanse for more than 4 days

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