We see it everywhere. These cold-pressed juices. But why? What are their virtues? Why such an interest? First, we will explain the difference, in their manufacturing method, between the juices made in the blender or in the centrifuge and those made with a cold press juice extractor (which gives the juices that interest us in this article). Then we will talk about the naturopathic and therapeutic interests that arise from these cold-pressed juices. The use of Apple juice is there now.
Blender, centrifuge vs cold press juice extractor
With a blender or a centrifuge, the fibers are preserved, while they are separated with a cold press juice extractor (the juice comes out on one side of the device and the fibers on the other). A blender or a centrifuge turns at 10,000 rpm while a juice extractor turns very slowly (40 to 100 rpm).
Three drawbacks to this high speed of rotation:
- the air produced oxidizes the juice’s nutrients in fruits and vegetables have deteriorated.
- nutrients are heated.
A disadvantage of maintaining fibers:
- Nutrients are trapped in fibrous cells
- The Benefits of Cold Press Juices
Cold-pressed juices help our body to preserve the nutrients it needs. In fact, the intake …Read More →