Slow juicing is a fast way of consuming a significant amount of vital nutrients, like vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Many of us do not reach the recommended daily intake of vitamins and consuming juice pressed with a slow juicer, enables you to easily get all the nutrients you need.
Drinking slow juice cannot is not a substitute for eating vegetables and fruit, but you should see it as a necessary addition to your daily diet. Vegetables are low calorie because they do not contain fat or protein. Fruit contains a large amount of natural sugars. This is why we recommend you use max. 25% of fruit for your juice and min. 75% vegetables. Once you started juicing, you will see that you juice larger quantities of vegetables than you usually put on your plate.
Variation is key to a healthy lifestyle. Each product has its own specific health advantage. Using a slow juicer enables you to make tasty and healthy combinations. Our body isn’t capable of extracting all nutrients out of raw vegetables. Prior to consuming they need to be cooked, baked or steamed. Juice pressed with a slow juicer ensures four times better absorption of nutrients than whole pieces of fruit and vegetables.
A slow juicer is very efficient and provides a higher yield. You need less ingredients to prepare the same amount of juice. It is therefore economical in use and generates a minimum of waste.