High amounts of Nutrients
Vegetables and fruits are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other phytonutrients. Since juicing removes the insoluble fibre content of vegetables and fruits, the juices are a richer in nutrients than the raw veggies and fruits.
Drinking vegetable and fruit juices gives you an immediate rush of these nutrients. This leads to faster and better absorption of the nutrients and hence reduced loss of nutrients by the acid in the stomach. It also gives your digestive system a rest from digesting fiber.
Eating raw vegetables may not be a tasty affair, but blending different vegetable juices to enhance the taste, is a delicious way of ensuring that your diet contains all of the nutrients you might miss out on if you don’t eat enough veggies and fruits.
Supplementing your diet with juices provides essential vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants, which lead to :
Low risk of cancer, diabetes, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease and stroke
Soluble fibres in the juices help to maintain blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
Fresh juice provides a convenient way of consuming nutrients of vegetables and fruits instantly, when your morning routine does not allow you to have a plateful of salad. The amount of fiber in fruits and vegetables can make it difficult to eat large quantities of these foods, and juicing them can make it much easier to incorporate them into your regular diet. One serving of MYJOOS (200 ml) is equivalent to two plates full of salad.
Why cold-pressed juice?
Normal household juicers and blenders have high-speed motor, which generates and heat and incorporates air into the juice resulting in the loss of nutrients by the heat and oxidation. The cold press juicing technique protects and preserves the heat-sensitive vitamins and enzymes of fruits and vegetables, and gives the best quality juice.
Cold pressed juices also stay fresh for 2-3 days if stored in the refrigerator.