Kylie Jenner Starts Juice Cleanse Before 19th Birthday — Is It Safe?

Kylie Jenner is starting her juice cleanse in light of her 19th birthday. According to a new report, Kylie has hinted to fans that Kendall’s modeling career has caused her to focus on her eating habits.

Kylie Jenner took to Snapchat on Sunday, August 7, to share a photo of a clear bottle with brown liquid, as reported by the Daily Mail. She hinted to her fans that she’s drinking it for her “pre-birthday cleanse” ahead of her official 19th birthday this coming Wednesday, August 10.

But, is a juice cleanse the right idea for an already healthy and fit teenager like Kylie Jenner? It’s not clear whether it’s healthy enough, but it is easy enough to use in the morning. Rescu tested the three-day and five-day Pressed Juice cleansers. The outlet claims that having a juice cleanse every morning or before a workout will give you the energy you need.

“If you’re looking to add all the vital nutrients to your diet and give your body a kick-start to activate your metabolism, we’re fully in favour of a juice cleanse. It’s definitely something that needs to be planned in advance as small things like brunch with friends or dinner plans are automatically out the window. It’s also important to consider exercise if you do workout regularly as it does make the cleanse harder to achieve without lacking energy or hunger.”

However, Elite Daily claims that you should try a soup cleanse instead of a juice cleanse. A three-day soup cleanse from Soupre will leaving you full, energized, motivated, and uplifted. Plus, it can have some major weight loss benefits.

“Overall, this cleanse was incredible. Unlike juice cleanses, I was never hungry, it was easier to consume since it was hot, I could be social because I was never in a bad mood, I was motivated, inspired and overall excited about healthy eating. And I lost 3 pounds.”

Kylie Jenner is not really on a strict diet and fitness regimen, so a cleanse may not be the best thing for her. The reason why the starlet’s weight fluctuates so often is because she can’t commit to a diet plan long enough to start seeing results. Shortly after Jenner posted the photo of her new juice cleanse on Snapchat, she later told her fans that she will probably not stick to it and will just pig out instead, according to a report via Foods 4 Better Health.

This isn’t the first time that Kylie has given up on juice cleansing. Back in April, Kylie took to Snapchat to announce her new diet. Then, she followed up with another video telling her followers that she will probably not stick to it.

“I’m really not a quitter, guys, but I think we might eat sushi,” she said while rolling her eyes, as reported by Refinery29.

And, just hours later, Jenner was photographed outside of Sugarfish, a sushi hotspot in Calabasas, according to a report via Just Jared. Both cleanses and detox diets are pretty “useless,” according to the report. And Jenner is no stranger to trying out both, even if she doesn’t stick to them. Last year, Jenner was notorious for shelling out the “Teatox Diet” on her Instagram account.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star shared a photo of herself wearing a white bandeau top with a matching scarf and pencil skirt, as seen on Look Magazine. Kylie claimed that she got her taut tummy and tiny waist from her Lyfe Tea teatox. According to the brand, drinking the tea every morning and evening helps “aid digestion and eliminate toxins released form fat cells during weight loss.”

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The detox tea is meant to be taken during a 14-day or 28-day regimen. Prior to shelling the Lyfe Tea teatox, Kylie has posted bikini photos of herself claiming that she uses SkinnyMint Detox Tea, according to a report via Willamette Week.

But, Kylie quickly moved on from these detox tea diets, just like she will with her next juice cleanse. It’s easy to when you’re young, rich, and you have the opportunity to try every product available since you have a crazy Instagram following. What are your thoughts on Kylie’s juice cleanse diet? Sound off below in the comments section.

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