Generally speaking, eating fruits and vegetables raw will be more nutritious than when they are cooked as heat can damage precious nutrients. In the following video, Chef Heston Blumenthal shows how Breville's centrifugal juicers can juice whole fruits and vegetables much more quickly and with minimal heat transfer, thus yielding their best nutritional value. In fact, independent laboratory tests show that Breville juice fountains extract an average of 70% of the nutrients of the original fruit or vegetable. Learn about how you can get the most nutrition from cold press juicing.
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