Nutrition and Ingredients

juicerThis page contains snippets of information about some of the ingredients that go into our juices. Look at the menu on the left to find more detailed pages on some specific ingredients and their corresponding health benefits… kale, lemon, and so forth.

Right now, we offer 18 + juices. A few are single ingredient juices and the others are blends.

  1. Apple
  2. Carata: Carrots, Apple, Kale, and Celery
  3. Green Glory: Cucumbers, Apple, Kale, Lemon
  4. Heart Beet: Cucumbers, Apples, Beets, Limes, and Ginger
  5. KC Lynn: Pineapples, Mint, and Limes
  6. and many more!

Some of the ingredients fall under the fat burning category:  (All of this information came from the Norwalk Press Juicer website.)

  • Celery
  • Cucumber
  • Carrots

Here is some detailed information about each:

Apples are known for its excellent source of pectin and fibers. They are high in vitamin A and C and a good source of potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus.
Raw celery has a high concentration of Calcium in a ready to use form, so when you eat it, the calcium is sent directly to work. This pure form of Calcium will ignite your endocrine system. The hormones in your body will break up the accumulated fat build up. Celery also has a high level of magnesium and iron which will clean out your system.
Cucumber contains a high sulphur and silcon content. These minerals work to stimulate the kidneys to wash out uric acid, which is a waste product. With this uric acid being washed out, it stimulates the removal of fat, and loosens the fat from the cells.
Carrots contain carotene, a form of Vitamin A. This carotene will start a fat flushing reaction in your system. This reaction will literally wash out fat and waste quickly. The carotene will be transformed into vitamin A in the intestines and this process will create a speed up in your metabolism and cause a reaction in your cells to remove fat deposits.

The below mentioned information came from the Norwalk website as well. It shows the benefit of juicing with a cold pressed machine vs others:

A comparative study of the operation and efficiency of machine “A”, a leading centrifugal juicer; machine “B”, described as being a juicer, grater and homogenizer; and machine “N”, a Norwalk hydraulic press juicer and a chemical analysis of the mineral content of the extracted juices. Uniform five pound samples of carrots, parsley, and celery were run on each of the machines with the following results:

nutrition chart