Hurom Slow Juicer
This Hurom Juicer is the one I choose after doing research with a team of experts.
I feel it is one of the best on the market and I will be recommending it to all my customers.
The Hurom Slow Juicer is a juice extractor that uses the patented Low Speed Technology System (LSTS) to extract juices. It is called a "Slow Juicer" because it operates at only 80 RPM and uses a mere 150 Watts of energy, instead of 1,000-24,000 RPM and up to 1,500 Watts of energy like a typical centrifugal "High Speed" juicer.
But don't let the name fool you. The Slow Juicer actually juices faster than most typical juicers and expels significantly more juice from the same foods, with much drier pulp.
The method of extraction is masticating and pressing, using the screw-like auger as a mortar and pestle.
The action crushes and presses the food, releasing its deep-seated nutrients and enzymes.
It also breaks up more of the phytonutrients, resulting in a richer colored juice that retains more vitamins and minerals
The slow RPM ensures that the cellular structure of fruits and vegetables is kept intact, eliminating oxidation and separation. Thus, it preserves the precious enzymes and nutrients that are closest to its natural form, as well as your food's delicious flavor.
Recipes For Making Healthy Juices
Green juice #1
This is the official recipe used by Joe Cross from the movie called Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead.
6 Kale Leaves,
, 4 Celery Stalks,
2 Green Apples,
, 1 piece of ginger ( 1 inch in length).
Green Juice #2
A handful of spinach
, 3 stalks of kale,
2 golden delicious apples, a
small handful of parsley,
, and 1 cucumber.
Green Juice #3
2 stalks celery,
small piece ginger,
1 stalk green chard with leaf,
, 5 kale leaves, and a
handful of spinach.
One cup watermelon and cantaloupe cubes, 1/2 lemon peeled, 6 strawberries, 1 slice of pineapple, 1 orange peeled, and 1 apple.
I go through my refrigerator and take out all the fruits and vegetables that have not been eaten. If they are starting to dry up or wilt or go bad, I cut the bad spots off and juice them. You can make your own recipe using what you have. Just remember the rule 60% green leafy vegetables to 40% sweet vegetables and fruits. The sweet ones are carrots, apples, beets, and other fruits.