Why should you purchase this Juicer
If you do not own a juicer and had to drink bottled juices, these juices are high in quality but unfortunately not fresh and raw.You will feel the difference after drinking the fresh and raw juice as you can actually feel the beneficial effects of the nutrients entering into your blood streams and cells. A variety of fad diets and cleanse plans incorporate juicing. Most plans advise dieters to drink several glasses of freshly squeezed juice every day.Importantly the juice should taste pleasant not make you feel nauseous.
Juicing provides your body with important vitamins, minerals and enzymes that supposedly detoxify your gastrointestinal system and other organs.
Even if commercial juice manufacturers use fresh and high-quality produce for their juice, the juice must be first pasteurized if it is to be bottled and then sit on a supermarket or health-food-store shelf. Heating the juice damages the nutrients and enzymes. Storing juice in clear-glass bottles that allow light to pass through causes it to deteriorate further. By the time you drink it, the juice is a mere shadow of its former self.
Why you should buy hand Juicer instead of an Electronic one
The hand operated juicers are relatively fast, less expensive and easier to clean as compared to the electronic which is more expensive.
These juicers also create less heat as they work, which in turn keeps the juice from heating up. Since even a little heat can cause enzymatic changes in fruits and vegetables, this can be important if truly raw food is your goal. Also these juicers produce less foam in the juice. Aside from giving you a smoother juice, this actually increases the shelf-life of the juice.
However the electronic one will heat up the juice a bit as they work and they aren't as effective at extracting all the juice from your produce. The spinning action also foams up the juice quite a bit and the oxygen incorporated into the juice can decrease its shelf-life.
If you think you'll be using the juicer every day and want the nutritional benefits investing in one of those models seems like it would be well worth the money.
How to Drink the Juice
Just imagine how much chewing you would have to do to eat the quantity of carrots in a glass of carrot juice. Chewing the carrots would have caused a substantial quantity of saliva to be secreted and then mixed with them. Therefore, slowly “chew” your juice, savoring it by allowing it to float in the mouth and combine with saliva like an expert tastes wine. Gulping any liquid—even water—should never be done. If you want to learn how to drink juice, just watch a cat lapping water, savoring every drop.
Refrigeration of Juice
As soon as the juice is made, it immediately starts to oxidize and undergo bacterial decomposition. Therefore, any juice not drunk within a few minutes should be promptly refrigerated. If you expect to store a portion of juice, refrigerate the raw materials beforehand. This procedure ensures that the juice will spend as little time as possible at an undesirable temperature.
Cleaning the Juicer
Once the juicer comes to a stop, just remove the top cover. Then use a heavy spoon to remove the bulk of the pulp from the basket while rotating it by hand. Next the juicer can be completely dismantled. It is permissible to wash the outer parts with hot water (detergent is unnecessary unless you juiced an oil-containing food such as carrot or coconut), but use only cold water on the basket. Hot water expands the entrapped fibers, making them even more difficult to remove. To clean the basket, rest it on its side in the sink and rotate it under running water, use a sponge to push the fibers back toward the inside. A toothbrush is useful for getting out stubborn fibers. Sponge off the fibers from the inside, and rinse. The whole process should not take about 5 minutes