Why do we use the juice extractor?
The ideal tool to prepare fruit and vegetable juices is the extractor, the device we have chosen for our recipe. Of course, to prepare a fruit juice you can also use other tools, from the centrifuge, to the classic blender and not least the evergreen juicer.
The fruit and vegetable juice extractor has some irreplaceable advantages, the most important is the quality of extraction, determined by the slowness of the engine.
This characteristic allows to maintain the organoleptic and nutritional properties of the extracted juice, since there is no overheating of the plants. It keeps the chemical-physical state of the minerals and enzymes, of the trace elements, as well as the extremely thermolabile vitamins.
VegExtract #5 – Autumn
Oranges Lemon Carrots Pumpkin
Fruit and vegetables juice extract
Pumpkins are particularly rich in carotenes, pro-vitamin A and minerals such as phosphorus, iron, magnesium and potassium, but also contains vitamin C and vitamin B group.
Oranges are an important source of vitamin, if you consume 2 or 3 oranges a day. Vitamin C is important because it helps strengthen the immune system and thus helps prevent colds.
Carrots are a source of beta-carotene, whose antioxidant and anticancer action is beneficial for cell growth, for the skin, for the heart and, as many know, for the eyes. It defends cells from damage caused by free radicals.
Finally, lemon contains many vitamins, but in particular vitamin C, together with mineral salts that make it ideal for promoting the immune system and bettering our skin, but also digestion.
- Clean and cut the pumpkin
- Peel the carrot
- Peel the lemon
- Peel the oranges
- Cut into pieces and insert into the extractor