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Do you know which cleanse is right for you?

Cleanse curious? A panel of cleanse-perts is hosing a live crash course on which cleanse is right for you, how to stay motivated, and more.

Juices Cleansing can mean anything from drinking cayenne-spiked lemon water to just avoiding that second martini or cutting out dairy and gluten to kick allergies or cravings.

And an online crash course called How to Create Your Own Food Cleanse (juice included) wants to help you do it well.

The live, interactive session is this Tuesday, March 26, at 8:30 p.m. It’s the brainchild of Suzanne Boothby, a writer-nutritionist, who recently published the ebook, called Coming Clean: A Conscious Guide to Food Cleanses.

In her ebook, Boothby provides a quick survey of all the cleanses you might encounter, from 5,000-year-old Ayurvedic Panchakarma to Frank Lipman’s Be Well Cleanse, as well as all the branded juice and food delivery options.

(Boothby also dispenses lots of interesting details about juicing—“a $3.4 billion industry”—that you can drop at cocktail parties. Unless, of course, you’re cleansing and not going to cocktails parties.)

Coming CleanPracticing cleanse self-determination is where it’s at for Boothby. So, for her interactive online webinar, she and a swat team of cleanse-perts will answer everything you ever wanted to know about picking and planning one that works for you.

During the live session, you can ask questions of Boothby, as well as panelists like Well+Good’s smoothie mixologist Jennifer Kass (who contributed to the book on how choosing the best foods for your body is an act of self-love), John Rosania from the Clean Program, and The Detox Advisor Elicia Woodford.

This is one sure-fire way to kick-start your (inner) spring cleaning.

Tuesday, March 26, 8:30 p.m., $15,