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Juicing is an easy and effective way to maintain optimal health. Juicing can detoxify your body and restore health. Select a juicer for yourself (or for a loved one) today, and start enjoying fresh juices every morning! Here are some of the quality and affordable juicers available today, separated according to styles. Read the information below to find about about which type of juicer is best for you.

Multi Purpose Juicers

Waring JEX328 Health Juice Extractor

  Breville JE900 Juice Fountain Professional Juice Extractor

Breville BJE200XL 700-Watt Compact Juice Fountain

Wheatgrass Juicers

Healthy Juicer - Manual Hand Powered Wheatgrass Juicer - Wheat grass juicer  

Hurricane Stainless Steel Manual Wheatgrass Juicer- Hand Crank Juice Extractor for Wheat Grass & Barley Grass Juicing  

Citrus Juicers

Black & Decker CJ525 CitrusMate Plus Citrus Juicer  

Information About Juicers

When people start looking for a juicer to buy, they are often overwhelmed by the number of choices that they have. For the novice juicer, there are simply too many technical terms being used to make a good decision. Take the masticating juicer for example. The vast majority of people have no idea what masicating means, and they just see an expensive juicer. When you are buying a juicer, the best way to approach it is to really think about what kinds of things you want to do with your appliance. Many people buy cheap juicers at the store only to find out that they are not suited for juicing hard or fiberous vegetables that they like.

A Brief Introduction to the Types of Juicers and How They are Best Used

Centrifugal Juicer: These machines work by first cutting the fruit or vegetables up with a super-fast spinning blade, and then using centrifugal force to separate the pulp from the liquid juice. Examples of this type are the Breville juicers like the Breville juice fountain and the the Jack Lalanne juicer models like the Jack Lalanne Power Juicer. The popular Champion Juicer is centrifugal as well. This type of juicer is great if you need an all purpose fruit and vegetable juicer that will work fine with harder things like carrots and apples.

Masticating Juicer: Masticating juicers are a lot different than centrifugal ones. Instead of relying on speed to mince veggies and fruit, they have either one or two shafts that turns around to crush whatever you put in there. Most people get this type of juicer because it works the best for making vegetable juices, wheatgrass juice in particular. If you are looking for a wheatgrass juicer, you really need to get a masticating juicer. Since they run at much slower speeds than the type mentioned above, you can even get a manual wheatgrass juicer that you crank around by hand. For faster and more efficient juicing though, an electric masticating juicer is best. The best examples of these are the Omega juicer, the Lexan Healthy Juicer, and the Samson Juicer. Serious wheatgrass juice drinkers rely on their wheatgrass juicers multiple times per day.

Citrus Juicers: For juicing things like oranges, grapefruits, and lemons, you need an entirely different type of juicer altogether. The ones mentioned above aren't really good for citrus, since you don't want to be drinking the juice from the peel. For this, you need either an electric citrus juicer or a manual one. For casual orange juicing, most people can get by with a simple orange squeezer or manual orange juicer press. For anything more serious, you should consider electric citrus juicers, since they are far quicker and more efficient. These juicers are relatively inexpensive, with a decent electric model like the Cuisinart citrus juicer or the Waring citrus juicer going for around $30.


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