Skinny Limits Juice Review

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I am loving that fresh juice delivery companies are popping up all over the country! The latest one to show up my radar is called Skinny Limits, based in Austin, Texas.

skinny limits juice bottles

Skinny Limits offers a selection of raw, cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices that are available for nation-wide shipping. Unlike companies like Suja and BluePrint, both of which use High Pressure Pascalization to pasteurize their juices and extend their shelf life, the juices from Skinny Limits are fresh and unpasteurized, leaving all of the enzymes and nutrients in tact.

The folks over at Skinny Limits were kind enough to send me one of their 3-Day Juice Cleanses to try out, so here’s what their Variety Pack included for each day of the cleanse:

  • Pure & Simple: Kale, spinach, parsley, cucumber, apple, and lemon.
  • Balance: Kale, spinach, parsley, cucumber, apple, lemon and ginger.
  • Scorpion Lemonade: Lemons, agave nectar, cayenne and filtered water.
  • Crescent Moon: Raw cashews, vanilla bean, cinnamon, agave nectar and filtered water.
  • Green Firefly: Kale, Spinach, Parsley, Celery, Cucumber, Apple, Lemon, Pineapple.
  • Lotus: Beet, Carrot, Spinach, Apple, Lemon, Ginger.

The 3-day cleanse comes with three bottles of each of the above juice flavors, but what I loved about Skinny Limits was how they were also flexible with the options. For example, I don’t care for “Master Cleanse” like drinks, so I asked if I could get another juice to replace the Scorpion Lemonade. They were happy to accommodate me, and sent three bottles of their Triangle flavor (a carrot-based juice), instead. I also requested that all of my juices be made with 100% organic produce, which they were happy to do!

*Note: Skinny Limits does not currently offer an all-organic option on their website for online ordering yet, but they’ve informed me that it’s coming soon!

bottle of skinny limits raw juice

As far as taste goes, these juices are perfect for those who are new to vegetable juicing. They all taste sweet and delicious! For an experienced juicer, they may be a little too-sweet, but all of the flavors were definitely enjoyable. Because of my current pregnancy, there was no fasting going on over here, so Austin and I shared the juices included as a supplement to our regular meals. I’ve never seen my husband enjoy a green juice so much!

What I especially love about Skinny Limits is that they are cheaper than most other nation-wide juice delivery companies. Their cleanses start at just $49 a day, and like most cold-pressed juices, they will last 3 days when stored in the fridge.

Here’s hoping the green juice love keeps spreading across the country!

Disclosure: Skinny Limits sent me the complimentary 3-day juice cleanse pictured above, but I am under no obligation to post a positive review or to mention it at all. As always, I will never mention products on this website that I’m not willing to use in my own home!

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Kaycee @ FitFace

All these juices sound delicious, but especially the Lotus flavour. I l.o.v.e Beets in my juice. here I come Skinny Limits 🙂

Michele

Odwalla started out unpasteurized too. History loves to repeat itself!

Chef Amber Shea

You found a juice cleanse I haven’t tried – wow! Sounds great. It’ll be even greater when they offer an organic option 🙂

Christina @ The Beautiful Balance

The juices sound amazing! I am not into super sweet juices but once in a while they are nice to have, especially during the summer 😉

Kathleen Ann Quinlan

SOUNDS WONDERFUL!!! $49.00 PER DAY, HOW MANY JUICES? HOW MANY DAYS?

Heather

but you favorably reviewed Suja when they sent you stuff? Now you’re not into HPP?
For me if it’s not organic there’s no way. Why would we want to flood our cells with pesticides and GMOs? there are so many brilliant organic juice companies. the more we support them the more organic food that will be grown – which right now is only 1% of all crops. Those of us on a cleansing path are more enlightened than this!

    Megan

    I didn’t say that I do or don’t favor HPP– I just pointed out that this company doesn’t use it, unlike Suja or Blueprint. Some people still prefer HPP to avoid the potential e.coli outbreak (like Odwalla once had to deal with) and enjoy a longer shelf life, so I like to show the options available out there.

    I am also with you on the organic produce, which is why I told this company I wasn’t interested in sampling their products unless an organic version was available for me to try, and would be on the market soon for everyone else.

    Ashleigh

    Enlightened? I’ve been “on a cleansing path” for a long time and I sure don’t feel very enlightened. I feel like more days than not I am doing the very best I can just to love people around me and make good choices. Juice is a good choice. And some people don’t have unlimited choices for a variety of options so you make the best decision you can in the situation and that’s why this blog is a favorite of mine for encouraging just that! Forget enlightenment, let’s work on grace and compassion together first!

Martine L.

Just a question. I was under the impression that enzymes dissipates about 15mn after organic juice is made!

    Megan

    That is definitely true for juices made using a centrifugal juicer, like the ones you see at juice bars. However, most juice delivery companies use a hydraulic press that helps prevent oxidation of the produce and will keep the nutrients in tact for up to 3 days when sealed and stored correctly. There still may be some loss of enzymes, but I would consider it better than none if getting a delivery is only way that some people can get their green juice fix!

kj

Try as I might, I cannot seem to find any scientific basis for attempting a juice “cleanse”. Research doesn’t seem to indicate any actual health benefits, and in fact suggests there are more possible dangers. Why not just add the juice blends to a balanced diet without fasting?

    Megan

    That’s exactly what I did with these juices– I added them to my family’s balanced diet, rather than fasting.

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