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The Champion of Versatility... Champion Juicer Attachments
Vitality 4 Life also distributes the range of Champion Juicer Attachments, to make the much loved Champion Masticating Juicer more versatile than ever!
The Champion Juicer can now mill flour from a range of grains as well as efficiently and effectively juice green, fibrous vegetables!
With these innovative Champion Juicer Attachments you can turn your Champion Juicer into an all-in-one Kitchen Machine!
Champion Juicer Attachments - 'Greens'
The newest of the Champion Juicer Attachments, the Champion 'Greens' front end, allows you to "Extract the Max" amount of juice from:
- And any other fibrous green vegetables...
The Champion Juicer is now a Wheatgrass Juicer
The Champion Juicer is a Masticating Juicer, this means it has very small "teeth" which basically grinds and chews the vegetables and squishes out the juice. Due to this action, fibrous vegetables like leafy greens, especially wheatgrass becomes stuck and tend to clog the juicer.
Now with this wonderful Champion Juicer Attachment you can extract the MAX from wheatgrass and greens.
Champion Juicer Attachments - Grain Mill
The Champion Grain Mill Attachment attaches quickly and easily to the Champion Juicer. You efficiently mill the following into fine or coarse flour:
- Coffee Beans
- Soy Beans
With the Grain Mill Champion Juicer Attachment you can prepare your own flours and be in control of what is in your family's food! NO need for preservatives, flavours, colouring, additives - just pure goodness, packed full of nutrients and enzymes!
Taste the difference with freshly milled grains!
Baking and cooking with freshly ground grains is a guarantee that you'll enjoy more flavourful and more healthful food. You may be surprised by how much of a difference you'll notice in the flavour and texture of a loaf of bread made with flour ground just before baking as opposed to a loaf made with store-bought flour.
The way bread was meant to taste...
Humans have been making bread for thousands of years. Only in the relatively recent modern age have we entrusted this time-honoured process in the hands of the supermarket, to industrialised processes that remove everything good about what bread does for human wellness and replaces it with a hollow, fluffy shell, though it may last for weeks in a truck and on a grocery store shelf, is in reality a shadow of what bread once was and could be again.