The Slow Rotating Juicer is inspired by the human chewing motion because: According to scientific studies, nutrients are best retained in food when chewed 30-40 times. This is simulated by a slow juicer. With ordinary juicers, many nutrients and vitamins are lost.
Ingredients are added to the device via an integrated funnel. These are then ground at a slow speed of 30 to 200 revolutions per minute. The slow rotation also means that no oxygen enters the juice, which prevents oxidation. A pulp is formed from which the liquid is expelled, which in turn flows into the juice container. Peels, pieces of fruit and seeds end up in a separate container. Due to the slow rotating movement, no significant heat is generated, so that heat-sensitive nutrients and vitamins are preserved.
In the following table we present to you now four recommended slow juicers before.