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Yes, there is now an ice cream cleanse


Gizmodo writer Brent Rose tried the cleanse. "People will be constantly asking you, 'Are you eating ice cream?' at which point you'll have to explain the whole cleanse thing, which will make you feel like a jackass." (Photo: Gizmodo.com)
Gizmodo writer Brent Rose tried the cleanse. “People will be constantly asking you, ‘Are you eating ice cream?’ at which point you’ll have to explain the whole cleanse thing, which will make you feel like a jackass.” (Photo: Gizmodo.com)

 

If you recently went through a bad break-up and are stocking your freezer with ice cream for processing it, good news: you can now call it a “cleanse” (though you might want to do this instead).

That’s right, Los Angeles-based Kippy’s is now offering a four-day cleanse that involves eating nothing but five pints of ice cream a day.

Okay, it’s non-dairy, raw, organic ice cream made with nutrition powerhouse coconut oil, but it’s pretty safe to say that eating nothing but ice cream for several days is not going to lead to “cleansing” in any sense of the term (unless you’re switching over from an all-pizza diet?).

And what if it ruins your appetite for what we hear is some pretty delicious, good-for-you dessert?

For more information, visit www.kippysicecream.com or www.gizmodo.com