Booster Juice, with turmeric and coconut oil, makes it mellow sweet, and tangy flavor. Many people ask, what’s the difference between a slow squeezing juice extractor and a high-speed centrifuge juice extractor. The slow juice extractor spins at 80 (rpm) revolutions per minute squeezing the juice out using a screw type press. A centrifuge juicer uses the spin speed to throw out the liquid after shredding at 3600 rpm. Which causes much more oxygen to be absorbed into the juice which causes rapid separation and oxidation. It’s best to use a slow juicer extractor to prevent rapid oxidation and prevent the juice from separation as less oxygen is infused into the juice. These are the fundamental difference between the centrifuge juice extractor and a slow squeezing juice extractor.
Greenish StoutPrint Recipe
- 1 lemon
- 6 Curly Kale
- 3 large celery
- 4 Green apples
- Thumb size ginger
- 1 green lemon with skin
- 1 teaspoon of coconut oil
- 3 Fennel bulb stalk medium
- 1 teaspoon turmeric powder
- 3 sprigs of basil stem with leaves
Place each ingredient into a slow juice extractor.
After extracting, add one teaspoon of turmeric powder, coconut oil and mix well.
Its always good to serve the drink when they are fresh made.
Drink the juice slowly sip by sip and appreciate the flavours of the juice. You can even sense the taste of each vegetable or fruit in the juice if you are sensitive enough to detect it. And swish it in your mouth several before you swallow it.
The action of mixing the juice with your saliva is a predigestion process. This preparation allows the saliva to mix with the digestive enzymes of the fresh juice and make it for easier absorption.
Turmeric, Fennel and Basil leaves have a tremendous capacity to balance the gut bacterias. The cause of 95 percent of all our illnesses.