One of the downsides to using a juicing machine is the cleanup process that is involved once you have made your fresh glass of juice. If like me you have given up freshly juicing your own fruit cocktails due to the time it takes to clean the machine afterwards, you may be interested in JUISIR.
JUISIR has this month launched by Kickstarter and has already raised nearly 6 times its pledge goal thanks to an innovative cold press juicing system that requires no cleaning.
The juicer is capable of providing a force of up to 8 tons enabling it to squeeze every last drop from your chosen fruit. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about JUISIR and its unique compression system.
Unlike traditional juicers such as centrifugal juicers, cold press juicers press fruit and vegetables using large amounts of force to produce a higher juice yield than traditional juices. The cold-pressing technique allows juice drinkers to enjoy maximum nutrition (especially maintain more than 50% enzymes in the cold-pressed juice) from fruits and vegetables as there is no heat produced during the juicing process.
Why juice? Pure fresh fruit and vegetable juice contains vital vitamins, minerals and nutrients. It is the easiest and most effective way to supplement nutrients and boost your energy. Why Cold-Pressed juice? There are minimal air contact and heat produced during the cold press juice process which helps reduce the oxidation and decomposition of nutrients. This, therefore, allows juice drinkers to enjoy maximum nutrition (especially maintain more than 50% enzymes in the cold-pressed juice) from fruit and vegetables. Cold-pressed juice also delivers a better taste and texture as there is no pulpy residues or bubbles left.
For more information on the new JUISIR jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.
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