Seasonal juice papaya enzyme is ready!

Seasonal juice papaya enzyme is ready!

Frozen cold-pressed juice, seasonal ``Papaya Enzyme'' is now available!

Green papaya, apple, celery, and lemon juice.

The green papaya used was grown in ``cosmic compost,'' which is made by composting the pomace (the fibers of vegetables and fruits) that is left over from the process of squeezing juice at the store.

We have created a ``circulation'' in which we compost the store's pomace and then turn the vegetables grown in the compost into juice and deliver it to everyone.

In terms of nutrition, I would like you to pay attention to the ingredient called ``papain enzyme'' contained in green papaya.

Papain enzyme has the function of promoting digestion, and has almost the same digestive power as the digestive enzyme "pepsin" found in the human body.

The body only produces a certain amount of enzymes.

When a lot of digestive enzymes are used due to overeating, most of the enzymes produced in the body become digestive enzymes, and there is a lack of metabolic enzymes that convert carbohydrates and fats into energy, making it easier for body fat to accumulate.

Papain enzyme supplements digestive enzymes and prevents the deficiency of metabolic enzymes, so you can burn carbohydrates and fat and expect a diet effect.

Green papaya also contains many water-soluble vitamins (vitamins C, E, and B group) and minerals (magnesium, potassium, calcium, etc.), as well as polyphenols with strong antioxidant properties.

- Prevents blood clots and keeps blood thin

・Suppress inflammation

・Improves sensitivity to cold

・Prevention of stains and wrinkles

There are many other pleasant effects as well.

Papaya has long been known as a ``magical fruit that restores health'' and ``medical fruit,'' and is said to have been used to treat gastrointestinal problems and indigestion.

Please try it with juice.

Let's get in shape for the end of the year, when things can get hectic and it's easy to get sick!

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