Hurom Slow Juicers and Recipe resources


With juice bars popping up in almost every city these days, juicing seems to be the new health nut go-to. People are trying out juice cleanses to shed pounds, detox, or just add a nutrient-packed snack to their diets.

What is Juicing

In essence, juicing is extracting the juice from whole fruits and veggies. Some people may wonder why it has become so popular in the past few years, especially since we can simply purchase ready-made fruit and veggie juices at the store. The nutrients in the store-bought juices, however, are nowhere near the quantity or quality of those in fresh homemade juices made from whole (and if possible, organic) fruits and vegetables, because the nutrients in store-bought have been pasteurized. Juicing allows the preservation of the natural vitamins, minerals and enzymes of the raw produce.

It’s also a great way for people who are not big fans of fruits and veggies to get their recommended six to eight servings a day. For example, people who do not like beets can juice the beets together with fruits and berries, and receive the nutrients found in beets (potassium, iron, vitamin C), and enjoy at the same time.

Benefits of Juicing

Juicing allows pre-digestion, or the immediate absorption of all of the nutrients from produce. Plus, juicing provides versatility in vegetables because it helps people to enjoy more veggies they may not typically like to eat whole.

Juicing can aid in the digestive process and give it a little break, because it takes less energy to digest the produce as a liquid than as solid foods, which take many hours after consumption to deliver optimal nourishment to the body.

It can also help in raising the pH balance in our bodies, and in turn, help to protect us from conditions related to acidic imbalances, including heart and kidney disease, osteoporosis, and diabetes.

In our specially prepared Online Resources for our Hurom juicer buyers, you can visit the following sections of Hurom resources

VIDEO RESOURCES

1) Getting Started with Hurom

If you are new with Hurom slow juicers or recently purchased a set, you can start here by looking at how to assemble the units, and how the various parts works. We present you a series of videos including the design of the juicers, and topics on nutritions.  

Hurom Video Resources – Getting started with Hurom Juicer

2) Video Recipes

When you are ready to go, we present a series of online video recipes, all using Hurom juicers.

Hurom Video Resources – Recipes

3) On Cleaning and Maintenance of the Juicer

These are a series of videos on how to perform quick cleaning and throughout cleaning for your unit.

Hurom Video Resources – Cleaning and Maintenance

4) PDF Recipes

Apart from the video recipes, we also compiled a few Slow juicing recipes found on the web.

Hurom Video Resources – PDF Recipes


5) FAQs

This contain all the FAQs on the Hurom Slow Juicers

Hurom HU Series Slow Juicers – FAQs

6) Online Manual

Buyers from our Online store will get a hard copy of the English version of the Hurom HU Series slow juicer

7) Hurom Quick Access Card

A specially prepared Quick Access Card had been included with the Juicer shipments that were purchased from us.

This quick access card is meant for access the various Hurom resources via your smart phones, either by entering the URL onto your phone’s web browser, OR you can simply scan the QR code provided using any QR Code App.

How to install the QR code reader

Search for “QR Reader” in your App Store or Google Playstore, and install, after which, you can start using the QR Reader app to scan the QR code and gain quick access to the various Hurom resources that we had prepared, for you to have quick access to them.

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