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FAQ-Ingredients & Juicing

 

  1. How long should I store the juice?

Fruits and vegetables start to lose their vitality and nutrients right after harvested. When grinded into juice, oxidation occurs and accelerates that process. It is therefore best to consume the juice right after extraction, but it can be refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 48 hours.

  1. How often should I drink the juice?

The effects of nutrients deficiency appear immediately even in just a few hours. The body is in constant need of supply of nutrients. The benefits of juice are maximized if the juice is consumed daily.

  1. When during the day is best to drink the juice?

The effects are maximized if digested in an empty stomach. This period is about 2 hours and 30 minutes after a meal, and 2 hours 30 minutes before a meal.

  1. What is a living juice?

The concept was first introduced by Dr. Norman Walker (1874-1983). Walker declared that the enzymes in fruits and vegetables die at temperatures that exceed 50 degrees Celsius (122 Fahrenheit). Walker explained that any juice extractor that uses high-speed blade or centrifuge creates friction heat that leads to the destruction of enzymes. Nutritionists advise plenty of fresh, raw fruits and vegetables as essential ingredient to well-being. However, we can only obtain maximum benefits when its goodness is released from the fiber. Therefore, juicing is an effective method for intaking highly concentrated nutrients. Living juice extracted at a low temperature holds up to 60% more nutrients—minerals, vitamins and living enzymes—for a nutritionally superior juice.

  1. Any juicing tips?

In order to get the best result on your juicing with the twin gear juicer, insert a small amount of food into the feeding chute. When you insert small portion at a time, the food can be crushed and grinded more efficiently by the gears. At the same time, these two rotating gears can crush cellulose fibers to break up cells in vegetables and fruits. It can extract the nutrients locked inside the produces, such as minerals, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, and complex carbohydrates.

*For carrots: If your carrot diameters fit into the feeding chute, cutting carrots isn’t necessary. Lengthwise carrots would be about five to six inches (15 cm). Always insert the thinner side first. Insert only one piece at a time, waiting until each piece is crushed down completely.

*For wheatgrass (wheatgrass housing filter recommended): For best wheatgrass juicing results, insert very small portion at a time, once again. Do not insert too much wheatgrass into the feeding chute; sprinkle a bit, a little at time, checking if it is fully processed into the gears.

*NOTE: If you do not mind mixing wheatgrass and carrots to juice, you can minimize foams by alternating wheatgrass and carrots while juicing.