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Is Cold-Pressed Juice Really Better?

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Cold pressed juices retain their natural flavor and can be shelved for 3-4 days as the process removes room for oxidation. It retains vitamins, minerals and important enzymes that are generally lost during other processes. Look for a 'Cold Pressed' label on drinks while purchasing. The only drawback is that these juices are highly priced and hard to find.

Curejoy Expert Dipti Mothay Explains:

Cold-pressing juice is a method of juicing that enables juice to be bottled (without preservatives) and still maintain a 3-5 day shelf life. Cold-Pressed juice starts out by using huge hydraulic presses that press fruits and vegetables through fine mesh getting nearly all of the juice out of the produce. For citrus, they use high speed extractors when the extraction process is done, you get naturally vibrant juice, that is bottled and high pressure processed.

Benefits of Cold Pressed Juice

-Cold press juicers use just enough pressure to extract the juice while preserving its vitamins, enzymes, trace minerals and overall nutrients up to five times more than any other juicer.

-Through a slow and careful process of hydraulically extracting fruit and vegetable juice, you not only get the highest quality plant-based nutrition available, you also get the freshest tasting juice possible.

-Because cold press juicing is so precise with its process of extraction, there is minimal air and heat so very little oxidation occurs. This means you can enjoy our cold pressed juice up to 3-5 days after extraction.

-If you do go for bottled juice, make sure it says cold-pressed or High Pressure Processed on the bottle and pay attention to juices that are high in sugar or list ingredients you don’t recognize as fruit juice.

Drawback s of Cold Pressed Juice

Firstly cold-pressed juices also come with a higher price-tag. In addition, some people use cold-pressed juices as their main form to take in fruits and vegetables. However, once the fruit is juices much of the fiber is destroyed. In addition, the calories and sugar of cold-pressed fruit juices can quickly skyrocket if too much is consumed. If you choose to drink cold pressed juices, they should not replace whole fruits and vegetables in the diet.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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