There is literally a million reasons why someone should juice. To start, when you juice a fruit or vegetable you are removing the fiber from consumption. Whereas when you eat a whole fruit or vegetable, you consume all of the fiber. Why is it important that you remove fiber? Well, studies show that when you remove the extra fiber found in the fruits and vegetables and use just the essential juices which contain all of the vitamins and nutrients, it gives your body a rest from having to digest all of that fiber. In return, this allows your body to focus on things that are of greater importance. There are many other reasons one should juice. Many studies and health professionals say that juicing can greatly help your digestive system, allow you to easily lose weight in a healthy manner, and detox by removing harmful toxins from your body. Another perk to juicing is if you do not like eating whole fruits and veggies, Juicing is a great way to consume these essential foods in an easy and tasty way. There are a ton of juicing recipes and I am sure you will be able to find one that you will love. The fun thing about juicing is you can also create your own juices and experiment with different ingredients. This is also a great idea for kids who struggle to eat their greens!
Jumping into the world of juicing can be quite confusing. The first thing you need to know is which juicer to get. Throughout the last couple years I have tried out many different juicers and different types of juicers. Below, I have compiled a list of juicer reviews. The world of juicers is massive and when you are looking to purchase your first when it can be very overwhelming. There are several main types of juicers and there are tons of different settings and styles to consider. I am sure you are asking yourself do I need this setting? Is more expensive better? Will this be big enough? I got good news for you, your questions stop here. I am here to take the guess work out of the equation when it comes to buying your first juicer.
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Breville JE98XL Fountain Plus Juice Extractorback to menu ↑
Power Deluxe Electric Juicerback to menu ↑
Omega Pulp Ejection Juicerback to menu ↑
Cuisinart CJE-1000 Juice Extractorback to menu ↑
Ninja Mega Kitchen System
The Final Word
For me, the first step in buying a juicer is determining what budget you have to work with. The price of juicers can go anywhere from $50 all the way up to $500+. It is important to evaluate your pocket book. Some of you may not have to worry about money, but for the most you this could be a very big purchase. In general when it comes to juicers, the more you spend, the more you get. However, you can still easily overpay for a juicer. My first juicer ended up being a mid range juicer, about $150. In my opinion, you should consider looking into juicers from $100 – $300 to start with. In this price range you will be able to find a very decent juicer that will give you the functions you need. Also, it is important not to buy the most expensive (and best) juicer if you have never juiced before. Unless you plan on sticking with juicing no matter what, which I recommend, it is nice to start with something mid range. If you go to cheap and get a low quality juicer, you may immediately find juicing troublesome or annoying and that is the last thing we want!