What is cold-Pressed Juice?
In Cold–Pressed Juice the nutrients are undamaged because there is no heat involved.
The powerful nutrients and enzymes can easily be absorbed by your body, because all the indigestible fiber is removed by slowly pressing the juice from fruit and vegetables.
Cold-Pressed Juices are a tremendous source of enzymes and are one of the most powerful tools to obtain a high level of vitality and the fastest way to restore your health.
Did you know?
Cold pressing juice is a process invented by Norman Walker in 1932. his press (the Norwalk) has two separate juice extraction machines built into it: (1) the pulverizer; and (2) the 3 ton hydraulic press. The pulverizer cuts down solid produce by shredding it into a pulp. This breaks open the fibers and frees the nutrients and enzymes from within. The second phase of the press is to place the pulp in a cotton cloth and literally press it using the flat hydraulic press. This method of juice extraction is more efficient than the rotary blade juice machine, which only shreds the produce down and separates the juice from the pulp. The pulp is still teaming with liquid when it’s discarded, wasting a good portion of the nutrients and enzymes.