Green Powered juice keeps longer? Can you explain?
Certainly. There are many factors that influence the "keeping time" or stability of juice. We can take a look at these. First, however, let's understand what is meant by juice stability.
To get a very rough idea of what is meant by stability, let's look at a toy - the spinning top. When you first twist and drop it onto the flat surface, it stands up very straight and spins very fast. The longer it spins, however, the more it begins to wobble, doesn't stand so straight any more, spins more slowly, and eventually drops over onto its side and spins to a complete stop. Its spinning energy exhausted. At what point would you say the top is no longer stable?
1. At the first sign of the first wobble? 2. Sometime in the "middle" process when it becomes obvious that it is no longer standing straight? Or, 3. When it falls over and comes to a skidding stop?
The water/mineral molecule, protein molecules, essential fatty acid molecules, etc. are just like that spinning top in that they spin for a certain length of time, then begin to wobble and eventually fail. We can measure miniscule molecular changes in the spin of the various types of molecules within the juice and can literally plot the "wobbly graph" of a mineral losing its stability long before anyone can detect any changes in taste, color or smell. This is the point we determine as loss of stability.
Green Power wants the molecules in the juice to stay stable as long as possible. Features such as: 1. Slow 110 rpm reduces heat build up in the juice and therefore, slows down the "aging process". 2. The recombination of water/mineral molecules increasing the mineral content of the juice slows down the destabilizing process. 3. Far infrared energy stabilizes the water molecule in the juice for a longer length of time.
We want you to have the freshest juice possible whenever you choose to drink it. An independent Fresh Squeezed Juice Stability Study was conducted, comparing carrot and apple juice that had been prepared in five different types of juicers. "Green Powered carrot juice" and "Green Powered apple juice" both topped the charts in long-term stability.*