New Line of Probiotic Drinks May Revolutionize Popular Juice Cleanse Trend

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La Vie's "Wellness in a Bottle" drinks now available online at Customers report probiotics make cleanse process easier and more effective.

Once people try a cleanse with probiotics, they never go back -- it’s that effective.

As juice cleanses continue to dominate the weight loss industry, La Vie Wellness in Soquel, CA has raised the bar with a cleanse built on probiotics -- the healthy bacteria found in fermented foods like yogurt, kombucha, and kefir.

A 2011 Yale study concluded that probiotics can be effective for treating conditions like colitis, diarrhea, eczema, Crohn’s disease, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome, as well as overall support of the digestive and immune system.

“Since 80 percent of your immune system is located in your digestive tract, we wanted to create a cleanse that supports digestive health,” says company founder Yeyen Gunawan. “Our customers who struggled with low calorie cleanses have reported that the addition of probiotics made their cleanse process easier and more effective. That’s a game-changer.”

Gunawan discovered the power of probiotics during her stint as a competitive swimmer. “As an athlete, I found that raw foods and cleanses gave me the power I needed to compete,” she says. “But adding probiotic drinks made me lose weight and cleared up my skin so quickly that I devoted my life to helping others discover the power of these drinks.”

Now that customers in California, Nevada, and Arizona can buy online at, Gunawan expects the cleanse line to grow even faster. “Once people try a cleanse with probiotics, they never go back,” she says. “It’s that effective.”


La Vie started in 2005 in Santa Cruz, CA, and began selling its unique “Wellness in a Bottle” line at local farmers markets and yoga studios. In 2014, La Vie made its entire line available online at, and now offers local delivery as well as shipping anywhere in California, Nevada, and Arizona.

Members of the media in California, Nevada, and Arizona may request product samples by calling 831-316-0875.

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