According to the old saying “Health is wealth.” It’s increasingly crucial for us to take care of our well-being and health as quickly and efficiently that we are able to. Just as exercising plays a major role in our journey to wellness food is an extremely important factors in keeping us healthy physically as well as emotionally. According to German Philosopher Ludwig Feuerbach, “we are what we eat.”

I’ve recently learned about slow-juicing in order to find numerous uses and applications for vegetables and fruits. It’s also a method to encourage kids to to eat the right nutrients. Slow juicers – sometimes referred to as a cold press juicer extracts the liquid out of fruit and vegetable at a slower speed (technically called RPM or revolutions per minute) in comparison to extracting it at a greater speed, that generates more heat, thus destroying the nutrients during the process.

Juicing slowly can be as easy as juicing up the fruit (apple or carrot, pineapple, pear or orange) or vegetables (cabbage or tomato, celery or as well as spinach) or as complex as creating your own blend of vegetables, fruits super food powders, and spices. Smoothies, nut milks baby food, cocktails and gelato can be made.

It is a great alternative for people who don’t want to eat a healthy diet and is a great way to beginning for those who’d like to cleanse themselves and consume their meals in glass. The preparation is simple, but according to the model you have it is possible cut your vegetables and fruits into smaller pieces so that they can be inserted into the slow juicer’s chute for feeding.

How to Start Juicing for better Health

My chiropractor, one who is an American who is based in Manila recommended the CUPPAS juice to help maintain health. I was adamant that the ingredients wouldn’t be locally available , but I’m happy to know I was mistaken. The ingredients are readily available and cost-effective, making this drink an easy and healthy every everyday drink.

Try it out!

Cuppas’ Juice


2 Carrots

1 Upo (bottle gourd)

2 Pipino (cucumber)

2 Pears

2 Apples

2 Sayote (chayote)


1. Cleanse and wash fruits and veggies.

2. Trim the top and the ends of the cucumbers and carrots There is no need to peel the skin.

3. Cut the apples and pears into halves Remove the stems with hard parts.

4. Cut the sayote in half and then remove the seed that is hard.

5. Place the vegetables and fruits one at a the slow juicer.

6. Serve immediately on ice. You can also chill it for a couple of hours.

Yield: 4 Liters

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