Should You Spend Money on Juice Cleanses? – Sharp Science

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In 2015, the pressed-juice industry was estimated at $100 million a year. With the trend seemingly on the rise, the question lingers: do juice cleanses and detoxes work? Subscribe for more Sharp Science: http://on.mash.to/subscribe

We asked Doctor Mikhail Varshavski, a family medicine physician at Overlook Medical Center who’s also known as Doctor Mike, what his take was on the expensive health trend.

Find Doctor Mike on:
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http://instagram.com/doctor.mike

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