Professional Vegetable & Fruit Juice Extractor
The design and manufacturing of the Norwalk juicers were prompted by Dr. Norman Walker who is renowned for its revolutional research on the healthy benefits of eating raw food and regularly drinking freshly made vegetable and fruit juices.
Dr. Walker founded and opened the Norman Laboratories of Health Research in 1910 where he studied the beneficial effects of raw food consumption and how it can be used in the prevention of diseases by keeping the body and mind healthy, resulting in longer and more whole life.
His findings inspired him to construct the first hydraulic juice press (Norwalk Triturating Hydraulic Press Juicer) the ancestor of today’s Norwalk juice extractor.
Dr. Waker is the ultimate proof of his findings and healthy lifestyle consisting of eating living produce since he lived.
Based on the proven benefits of using a Norwalk juice press to make and drink nutrient-rich fresh juice on a regular basis, the machine is often recommended for and used in the Gerson Therapy (also known as Gerson Protocol or Gerson Diet) based on the research results of another scientist, Dr. Gerson.
Dr. Gerson’s work confirms Dr. Walker’s findings, namely that a diet consisting of juice made from natural (preferably organic) living produce revitalizes the body by energizing the immune system to prevent or heal cancer and other serious diseases often deemed impossible to cure.
Features & Benefits of the Norwalk Juicer, Models 270-275 – the Highest Quality of Juice
The current Norwalk juicer is a combination of two machines housed in top-quality stainless body. It’s an electric juice machine that does juicing in two steps.
Technical Features and Data
The latest Norwalk juicer (Model 275) is available since 1st January, 2009. It comes with a 12-year warranty on material or workmanship detects.
The Norwalk juice press is not for everyone and it’s certainly not the best option for a beginner juicer. The two-step method makes it a bit complicated and difficult to use compared to other triturating-style juicers. (e.g. Green Star Juice Extractors, or the Samson Ultra Juicer.
If someone is just starting to juice a simpler machine (perhaps the Champion juicer) would be a more reasonable choice.
Cleaning a Norwalk machine is fussier since the linen has to be washed, but the 5 removable parts of the unit are fairly easy to clean: they need only a thorough rinsing or you can put them in the dishwasher.
TIP: since the juice made with a Norwalk juicer has a longer storage life you can juice large quantities in one session, and you only have to clean the unit once.