Why Cold-Press Juicing is Best
Juicing is an effortless and tasty way to get all your needed nutrients in one serving. But don’t just take my word for it. A dive into the science of cold-press juicing of fruits and vegetables will show you why this process can be great for you and your health.
Drinking juice can speed the absorption of minerals and nutrients. The juicing process removes the fibrous pulp, leaving easy-to-digest liquids and nutrients behind. If you have a sensitive stomach, juicing is a great way to take in minerals and nutrients without hurting your stomach. “When you remove the fiber and the pulp from the juice, it enters your digestive system in the small intestine where all the absorption happens,” says WorkdayLife.com.
The right juices are very beneficial to your immune system. Specific fruits and vegetables like citrus, ginger, and spinach have been proven to help boost your immune system. According to Healthline.com, citrus and spinach have high concentrations of vitamin C and minerals that are believed to be key to a healthy immune system. Healthline.com also asserts that “ginger may help decrease inflammation. This can help reduce a sore throat and inflammatory illnesses. Ginger may also help with nausea.
Organic is best
The Good Neighbor Juice Bar uses all-natural, non pasteurized ingredients in its juices and smoothies. All the fruits and vegetables that make up your favorite juices are all organic, raw, fresh, and delicious. We also don’t use centrifugal juicing machines. A cold-press juicer slowly crushes the produce while a centrifugal machine spins it around at high speed and shreds it. Centrifugal juicers may be great at getting you your juice quickly, but it is believed that they ruin some of the nutrients and enzymes in the juice. For healthier and better-tasting juices, cold-press juicing machines are the way to go.
And there you have it! Cold-pressed juicing is a quick and easy way to get nutrients in and put hunger on the run. Come by the Good Neighbor Juice Bar today and pick up one of your own; Your tastebuds will thank you!