Why Cold Pressed Juicing is the new hot trend!
Whether you’re a fan of juicing or not you will at least be aware of the new trend that is cold pressed juicing! New cold pressed juice bars have popped up all over the city including the new premium cold pressed juicer CPRESS on Fulham Road.
CPRESS explain to us what makes cold pressed juicing so superior to other regular juices and take us through the incredible health benefits their fresh organic ingredients contain.
Cold pressing is a process that involves a slow and gentle squeezing action to extract the juice. No heat and minimal friction is used, ensuring the fruit and vegetable vitamins, minerals and enzymes remain intact during the extraction. Meaning you get more of the good stuff in each and every bottle!
In order to maintain the integrity of their cold pressed juice, CPRESS do not pasteurise their products either through heat or pressure methods. That’s why their juices have a relatively short shelf life; it means they can ensure your juice is fresh, nutritionally packed and full of goodness, just as nature intended.
CPRESS recommends swapping your morning coffee for a stimulating and nutrient packed juice called Charged Up. The key ingredients within it help to promote better energy levels and focus, everything you need to kick start your day!
The CPRESS Charged Up Contains:
Turmeric – Turmeric is the new super food kid on the block. The active group of compounds known as curcuminoids have been linked to supporting the immune system and detoxification systems, making it a wonderful addition to promote all-round health!
Carrots – Most people associate carrots with better eye sight due to their high beta carotene content, which gets converted to vitamin A in the body, but they are also a natural source of potassium, important for the healthy functioning of nerves, muscles and the heart. Beta-carotene is also great for boosting the immune system, so carrots are the perfect diet addition during winter months to give us better defence against the common cold.
Pineapple – Pineapple is great for supporting digestion due to its bromelain content, a natural enzyme that helps to break down protein and also acts as a natural anti-inflammatory. Some studies have shown that bromelain can even help to reduce swelling, bruising and improve healing time.
Orange – Oranges are well known for their vitamin C content, optimising immune function and keeping colds at bay, however, they also contain a group of compounds called bioflavonoids, which can assist in strengthening blood vessels and fighting inflammation, as well as boosting our detoxification capacity.
Lime – These citrus gems contain calcium and folate, two nutrients that are important for post-menopausal women and women of child-bearing age. One fresh lime contains 22 milligrams of calcium and over five micrograms of folate. Not bad for a tiny little fruit!
Lemon – The humble lemon is packed full of therapeutic properties, from relieving indigestion to benefitting our detoxification system and alkalising the body, there’s more to this little fruit than what meets the eye.
CPRESS are proud to be the only stand alone juice store in London with products certified by the Soil association, UK’s largest certification body for organic products.
This means that CPRESS undergoes a strict audit process from their organic suppliers to the way in which their food is processed in their kitchens and the packaging used to transport their products. This assures the highest quality, integrity and nutritional status of products for their customers.
Prices start from as little as £6.50.6