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Slow Aging Cold Pressed Juices Recipes

Benefits for a younger body

Slow Aging in a Yummy Way – Why Cold Pressed Juices are a perfect way to boost your slow aging process. Providing the body with the right nutrients that promote the process of slow aging is the absolute basic foundation. Of course, it is generally important to eat a healthy and balanced diet.
Gluten, dairy products and sugar to avoid is, among other things, an important basic, as they promote too much inflammation. Especially in our intestines, which are the source of a healthy and therefore younger body.

However, when we talk about slow aging, there are also processes in the body that should be given special focus. This includes encouraging our body’s own waste removal (autophagy and mitophargy). So that dead cells are removed and do not mutate into harmful zombie cells. One substance that can promote this is called urolithin A. This can only be produced in a healthy intestine and can be promoted by certain foods.

Another important point is to strengthen our immune system and prevent infections. Our immune defense is essential for the destruction of harmful zombie cells (senescent cells) that age and sicken our bodies.

Since it’s often not easy to get a higher level of healthy nutrients through food that also loses those through processing, Cold Pressed Juices are the perfect solution. Don’t be put off by the high vegetable content, the 20% fruit is enough to keep it from tasting like cold soup.


A pro tip on the side

Always add a few drops of olive oil and lemon to each juice. Fat helps the body better absorb vitamins and nutrients and lemon protects the vitamins that they do not oxidize too quickly or evaporate.

Recipes

The Green One

  • 1/2 cucumber
    Rich in vitamin A -> Collagen production
  • 3 stalks celery

    Rich in vitamin K and C -> Bone formation and firmer connective tissue

  • 1cm ginger bulb
    Reduces inflammation and promotes renewal of mitochondria

  • 1 grapefruit
    Rich in vitamin C and vitamin A – Promotes intestinal health, detoxification and has an anti-inflammatory effect

The Orange One

  • 1/4 pineapple
    Contains the enzyme bromelain -> Strongly promotes blood circulation
  • 3 carrots
    Rich in vitamin A -> Collagen production

  • 1/2 sweet potato
    Rich in anthocyanins – have an anti-inflammatory effect

The Red One

  • 1 fresh beet (red)
    Rich in folic acid – Anti-inflammatory and skin toning


  • seeds from 2 pomegranates
    (or 150ml pomegranate mother juice)
    Rich in ellagitannins -> are converted to urolithin A in the intestine (promotes mitophargy)

  • 1 cm ginger bulb
    Reduces inflammation and promotes renewal of mitochondria

Preparation

  1. Add ingredients one by one into a juicer.
  2. Then add 1/4 tsp olive oil and lemon.
  3. Juice can be stored in the refrigerator for 1-2 days.

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