Good To The Last Drop

Area Experts Tout Benefits Of Slow-Pressed Juice

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Posted: September 3, 2014

Daily News-Record

Beverlee Kline, owner of Juiced by Beverlee, speaks with customers at her stand Aug. 30 at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market. The area resident began offering slow-pressed juice at the market in May. (Photo by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Slow pressing juice — as opposed to blending the ingredients at high speeds — helps retain antioxidants, according to Penelope Ferguson, a registered dietitian and certified GAPS practitioner. (Photo by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Kendall Wondergem, friend of Beverlee Kline and fellow juice enthusiast, runs fruits and vegetables through the juicer Aug. 30 at the Juiced by Beverlee stand at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market. (Photo by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)

Beverlee Kline began juicing about three years ago, not expecting any real life-changing outcomes to come from doing so.

She just wanted to feel better and help her 12-year-old son’s immune…



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