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Only the Good Stuff

The Goodnature Difference

Understanding the Benefits

Why do we drink raw juice?

Consume More Plants

Consume More Plants

Juicing increases our consumption of raw fruit and vegetables, beyond what we consume by eating alone.

Optimize Nutrient Intake

Optimize Nutrient Intake

Juicing allows our body to absorb nutrients without overwhelming our system with large amounts of indigestible fiber.

Enjoy the Purity of Nature

Enjoy the Purity of Nature

Drinking juice can (and should be) enjoyable. Nature's vibrant flavors are fun and surprising.


Breaking down plants

Elements of a Whole Fruit or Vegetable

A diagram of a whole apple with callouts on each element.
Juice

Juice

Nutrients like vitamins and minerals, soluble fiber, living enzymes, phytonutrients, and natural sugars are all contained in the juice.

Soluble Fiber

Soluble Fiber

Soluble fiber is broken down in the body and is important in stabilizing blood sugar levels, lowering cholesterol, and promoting a healthy gut.

Nutrients and Enzymes

Nutrients and Enzymes

The ultimate goal of juicing is to consume as much of the nutrients and living enzymes as possible. This is the good stuff.

Insoluble Fiber

Insoluble Fiber

The tough outer-walls of plant cells. Consuming too much insoluble fiber makes your digestive system work harder to absorb nutrients.

Seeds

Seeds

Particles of seeds shouldn’t be consumed. They give a bitter taste to juice, and some actually contain trace amounts of arsenic.

Contaminants

Contaminants

The very outer layer of a fruit or vegetable often contains high levels of pesticides, wax, or preservatives (even on some organic produce).


Industry-Wide Challenge

The Problem With Regular Juicers

Screen Extractors Illustation
Masticating Juicers With Layers Juice

They all use screens

Whether it's masticating, twin gear, or centrifugal juicers, they all have one thing in common: they extract juice by forcing the plants against a sharp screen. Many brands of screen extractors market themselves as “cold-pressed”, while they don't actually contain a press at all.

    Masticating Juicers With Layers Juice
    The Screen is the Problem

    The Screen is the Problem

    Produce is chopped then pushed and rubbed against a sharp screen, which is a harsh and unnatural process.

    Close Up

    Close Up

    The process is almost like pushing the fruit against a cheese grater. Tiny bits of produce are forced through the screen and the friction creates heat.

    Nasty Stuff Gets Through

    Nasty Stuff Gets Through

    The juice is adulterated with up to 30% solids including skins, seeds, and stems.

    Inferior Juice

    The Result: Inferior Juice

    The result is a juice high in solids with lots of indigestible fiber. A pulpy, foamy product that can be bitter to taste and has a thick and chunky mouth-feel. Separates and breaks down quickly.

      Inferior Juice

      The Goodnature Solution

      A Genuine Goodnature Juice Press

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      Chopped Then Pressed

      Chopped Then Pressed

      A genuine Goodnature cold-press is a two-step process. The plants are chopped and placed in a cloth or mesh filter bag, then squeezed in a press.

      Real Cold Press

      Real Cold Press

      During the squeezing process the fruit is not grinding against a sharp screen, it is completely stationary— a gentle, natural process.

      Separating Good From Gross

      Separating Good From Gross

      All of the indigestible fiber including skin, seeds, and stems are left behind in the Goodnature FreshFilter® press bag, which can be composted after use.

      Only the Good Stuff – Juice

      Only The Good Stuff

      Goodnature juice is smooth, consistent in color, contains no foam or chunks, and stays fresh for days. Give your body maximum nutrients without the burden of the other stuff. Taste juice that's simple, raw, and memorable—the way nature intended.

        Only the Good Stuff – Juice

        From Apples to Almonds

        An All-Inclusive Process

        Leafy Greens

        Leafy Greens

        Wheatgrass

        Wheatgrass

        Fleshy and Soft

        Fleshy and Soft

        Pomegranate

        Pomegranate

        Nuts and Grains

        Nuts and Grains

        Pineapple & Watermelon

        Pineapple & Watermelon

        Root Vegetables

        Root Vegetables

        Citrus

        Citrus

        Berries

        Berries

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