Wheatgrass and Juicers - Centrifugal &Living Juicers

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Wheatgrass and Juicers - Centrifugal &Living Juicers


- What is wheatgrass and what are the benefits?
- Juicers; what are the differences?

Wheatgrass juice

Wheatgrass juice is nature’s finest medicine and a true super food. It earned its healing reputation from people with terminal illnesses who took it at the eleventh hour after conventional medicine left them with no hope. In the 1970s Dr Ann Wigmore founded the Hippocrates Health Institute in Boston, nourishing terminally ill patients back to health with fresh squeezed wheatgrass, raw foods and sprouted seeds. Her success rate has been so successful that wheatgrass is now the fastest growing health product in the world.

It healing, detoxifying and nutritional properties are unequalled. It is a complete food capable of sustaining human life in the absence of other nourishment for long periods. It contains 97 enzymes, vitamins, minerals, photo-chemicals and minerals. It is so concentrated that 30ml of juice provides more nourishment than 1kg of fresh green vegetables.

The juice is 70% chlorophyll, which has natural antibiotic properties, helps to maintain a healthy digestive tract and is an excellent blood tonic/builder. It increases the hemoglobin content of the blood, improving oxygen transport and thus is helpful for people suffering anemia. It purifies the blood, greatly assisting in the removal of waste products. Helps drainage of the lymphatic system and breaks down mucous. It also helps in the removal of carcinogens, harmful chemicals and heavy metals present in the body.

The vitamin content of the juice is outstanding and it is a powerful antioxidant. When the seed is sprouted there is a massive increase in the vitamin and enzyme content. Fats are broken down into readily available fatty acids, carbohydrates and sugars and it provides a plethora of minerals that can easily be absorbed into the body.

Wheatgrass Detoxifies the liver, Cleanses the colon, maintains healthy digestion, Purifies and builds the blood, Boosts energy, Strengthens the immune system. Is an excellent preventive and treatment for degenerative disease. It can also be used externally to help with wounds, skin conditions, and dandruff.

Wheatgrass is suitable for those who are gluten-free because gluten, the protein element in the grain, is converted to amino acids during sprouting.

It is easy and inexpensive to grow, It is wonderfully energizing boost your strength, increase your vitality, will connect you nature

If you were looking for one product to ensure good health then wheatgrass would be our number one recommendation. There is nothing on earth that contains so much nutrition and life force energy. It truly is a food for the gods, concentrated sun power!

Grass is non-toxic in any dose, but you may react to the results of its detoxifying power. All grass is a powerful purgative for the liver, and too much can release too many poisons too quickly."

Experiment! Start with small quantities. It can be mixed with other juices or taken neat. Notice the effects of a daily 1 30ml shot!

What is the origin of wheatgrass juice as a nutrient for human consumption?
Wheatgrass juice is the water extract from young wheatgrass. In 1958, Dr. Ann Wigmore founder of the Hippocrates Health Institute, tested weeds and grasses from all over the world. Wheatgrass was found to have the highest nutrient content.

What is the nutrient content in Wheatgrass?
Wheatgrass contains every vitamin identified so far by Science and all known mineral elements. It is exceptionally high in calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium, as well as the trace minerals zinc and selenium.

Why can’t wheatgrass be eaten as is?
The strong cellulose makes it too woody and fibrous for the long and complex intestines in humans. Grass eating animals such as cows have multiple stomachs, which allow them to chew, digest, regurgitate & re-chew the grass. These magnificent animals actually build strong bodies and maintain themselves on a simple diet of grass.

What is the difference between wheatgrass and ordinary grass?
Wheatgrass is grown through a process known as sprouting. Sprouts are “complete foods” because they contain all other essential dietary nutrients, along with the enzymes to help assimilate them. Nutrients in wheatgrass juice are assimilated by the human body in 20 minutes.

What are the benefits of wheatgrass juice?
Wheatgrass juice benefits the blood cells, bones, glands, hair, kidneys, liver, and muscles, spleen, teeth, and other body parts. Wheatgrass juice protects the lungs and blood from air and water pollution, cigarette smoke, toxins, and heavy metals.

What healthy testimonials are attributed to the wonders of wheatgrass?
Wheatgrass juice has been proven to help many ailments such as high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, gastritis, stomach ulcers, pancreas and liver troubles, asthma, constipation, hemorrhoids, colitis, fatigue, female problems, arthritis, anemia, and athlete’s foot.

How can wheatgrass juice help in weight loss?
Wheatgrass juice is a safe, effective, and an extremely potent aid to weight loss. It works by suppressing appetite, and by stimulating metabolism and circulation.

What is meant by the statement: Wheatgrass juice is a good detoxifier?
Toxic chemical additives and hazardous wastes in the air, water and food supplies are pervasive in the environment. These toxins can build up in our bodies and cause damage to our immune system. Wheatgrass contains 70% chlorophyll which is a potent antioxidant that purifies the blood, cleanses the tissues and cells, and rids the body of harmful toxins.

How much wheatgrass juice should I take?
One to two shots (30ml) of wheatgrass juice per day is sufficient to maintain a high level of nutritional health. One ounce is nutritionally equivalent to over two pounds of green vegetables.

I have gluten intolerance. Can I drink wheatgrass Juice? Yes you can. Juice from the soaked and sprouted wheat berries have no glutton, which contains the intestinal irritant, glaidin.

Centrifugal versus Living Juicers

You may have had fresh juice before – but was it ALIVE?
Conventional juicers (centrifugal) destroy precious enzymes

Centrifugal Juicers

  • Blades spin up to 3,000 revs per minute, causing friction heat which destroys Vitamin C and precious enzymes
  • Blades grate produce into tiny particles exposing them to air and degrading their nutrient value.
  • Juice is extracted by centrifugal action. This pumps air through produce, incurring premature oxidisation
  • Can’t juice wheatgrass. Can’t do leafy greens
  • Can’t process nuts, sauces or frozen fruits
  • Very messy and difficult to clean
  • Discharged pulp still very wet


Living Juicers

  • The auger turns slowly at 75 - 160 revs a minute
  • Uses a crushing and squeezing action, like cold pressing. This doesn’t destroy the enzymes through heating
  • Very quiet
  • Easy to clean
  • Juices wheatgrass AND fruit and veggies
  • Efficient juicing = dry pulp. No waste
  • All-round food processor: Also makes nut butters, sorbets, frozen ice-cream, hummus, baby food, pesto and pasta
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