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EFFECT: Liver protection, Cancer prevention, Lowers blood pressure, Keeps you fit, Heart protection, Beauty

One grapevine contains 0.5% fibres, potassium, chloride, iron and phosphorus. These substances are useful for balancing the blood acid in the body. In addition, they are beneficial for the bones and the nerves. Science reports that grape juice also helps strengthen the liver and supports gall extraction.

1. Wash the grapes
2. Slowly feed the grapes into the juicer.

RECOMMENDED: Add Watermelons. (Grapes and Watermelons pressed together are easily absorbed and have a diuretic effect)


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EFFECT: Cancer prevention, Treatment for anaemia, Digestion, Sobering

Peach is a fruit with a high nutritional value that contains sugar, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamins B and C and other components. Peaches have a high iron content, which means eating peaches can help prevent anaemia. Peaches are rich in pectin, regular consumption of which can prevent constipation.

1. Wash and peel the peaches
2. Cut the peach in slices
3. Slowly feed the peach slices into the juicer.

RECOMMENDED: Add apple. (Add Apple for a richer flavour)


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EFFECT: Good for the eyes, Cleansing the stomach, Falling asleep easier, Good for digestion, Cancer prevention, Liver protection

Carrots carry the title “king of vegetables”. Carrots contain less water, have a high degree of hardness and are made of a material which traditional juicers have great trouble processing. Carrots are very rich in nutrients such as carotene, which converts into vitamin A, which can protect eyes and skin.

1. Cut the carrot into strips
2. Slowly feed the carrots into the juicer

RECOMMENDED: Carrots contain a low degree of moisture, which means it is best to alternate pressing carrots with pressing apples, which will make pressing easier.


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EFFECT: Moistens the lungs, Reduces inflammation, Reduces blood pressure, Beauty, anti-aging

Wheatgrass contains dietary fibres that are indigestible, but after pressing wheatgrass has rich, soluble fibres. It also contains chlorophyll, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Wheatgrass juice can support the production of haemoglobin, the so-called “green blood.”

1. Wash the freshly cut wheatgrass
2. Cut the wheatgrass in small pieces
3. Slowly feed the wheatgrass into the juicer

RECOMMENDED: Add some bananas for a better taste.