Sometimes when you look at my Instagram account you might think that I have wine every day but it is far from it. Besides delicious and good wine I am also a real lover of fresh juices. Often my day begins with a juice from everything my refrigerator produces. My Detox Beetroot Ginger Juice will certainly be on the breakfast table several times a week. Beetroot has many positive qualities.
Fresh juices have many positive factors on the body. Especially if they’re won by a Slow Juicer. There are two different types of juicers. The best known is certainly the centrifuge juicer. The popularity of juice shops and detox treatments has brought Slow Juicer into focus in recent years.
What is the difference between a centrifuge juicer and a slow juicer?
- The advantage of centrifuge juicers is that they are certainly cheaper to purchase
- In the centrifugal juicer, fruit and vegetables are first chopped with the help of knives.
- The juice is extracted by centrifugal force through the high-speed rotating container (up to 15,000 revolutions per minute).
- The advantage is certainly the cost-effective purchase and that the juice can be obtained quickly
- Disadvantage of the centrifugal juicer is the high volume
- Due to the rotation a lot of oxygen gets to the juice and oxidation can occur.
- In addition, heat develops through the rapid rotation, which can have a negative effect on vitamins
- Cleaning is sometimes a little more tedious due to many individual parts
- Slow Juicers are more expensive to buy than centrifugal juicers, although the price has now fallen slightly due to many new suppliers.
- Juice extraction is effected by a screw press
- The fruit and vegetables are crushed and the juice is then squeezed out through a sieve.
- In contrast to centrifugal presses, grasses and leafy vegetables can also be processed
- The Slowjuicer works slightly quieter than the centrifugal juicer
- The juice yield of Slow Juicer is higher
- You’ll need a little more time to juice the Slow Juicer, it works slower.
- Slow Juicer’s heat development is lower, which has a positive effect on juice quality
- Compared to the centrifugal juicer, less oxygen reaches the juice and therefore less oxidation.
As you can read, both juicers have advantages and disadvantages. Certainly, no matter if you use a centrifugal juicer or slow juicer, both probably make healthier juices than purchased ones. It is important to think about what you want to achieve and what kind of juices you like. If you want to process a lot of leafy vegetables, you might want to choose a Slow Juicer. If the juicer is hardly used and if for large quantities under time pressure, the cheaper centrifugal juicer is the better choice.
My juices are used for breakfast. Further I often take the beetroot ginger juice with me to work, especially when there is hardly time for lunch.
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What do you need for the detox beetroot ginger juice?
- 2 Beetroots
- 1 Pear
- 1 Lime
- 1 Lemon
- 2 inch fresh ginger
How is the Detox Beetroot Ginger Juice prepared?
- Remove the peel from the lime and lemon. To do this, cut off the lower and upper parts and then cut away the skin so that no white skin is visible.
- For beetroot it is best to wear disposable gloves. Wash and chop the beetroot.
- Cut the bulb in half, remove the casing and cut it into small pieces.
- Wash and chop the ginger.
- Put the beetroot, pear, lemon and lime and finally the ginger through the juicer.