Best juicer

@shankes (102)
India
February 5, 2010 11:02am CST
hi everyone after watching a health programe i was shocked that vegetables and fruits increase the lifespan of humanbeing and helps in developing a shield around the body and thereby protecting from all diseases,so i decided to eat them but as eating fruits and vegetables is sometimes difficult especially some fruits like beetroots,i decided to buy a juicer , can anyone tell me which is best juicer. ,i am very thankful to you for providing the information
3 responses
@Allie_xoxo (1064)
• Canada
5 Feb 10
I like to use a product called The Magic Bullet. Put frozen fruit in the cup, blend and it makes an incredible fruit smoothie with real fruit!
@RawBill1 (8541)
• Gold Coast, Australia
6 Feb 10
The Magic Bullet is a small personal blender and not a juicer. I do believe that it is a god little product though. We have one of these ones that are similar. http://raw-pleasure.com.au/Tribest-Personal-Blender-With-Extra-Cups
@RawBill1 (8541)
• Gold Coast, Australia
6 Feb 10
It depends on what you want the juicer for and how much you are willing to spend. Most juicers fall into two categories. Single auger juicers and twin gear juicers. We used to have a single auger Oscar Vital Max juicer, but then we started selling the Green Star twin gear juicers so we use one of them now and we sold our Oscar. Single auger juicers are good, but in my opinion, the twin gears are much faster as you can put more in at a time and the pulp comes out the other end drier. Dry pulp is good as it means you are getting more juice out of the fruit or vegetable and not wasting as much. Twin gear juicers take a little longer to clean, but it is still relatively simple if you do it straight away after juicing. If you get a juicer from Champion, Oscar or Greenstar/Green Power then you cannot go too wrong.
@LaurenInLA (2271)
• United States
5 Feb 10
I think that the answer is a matter of opinion. I bought a juicer a few years ago and I bought a Juiceman Jr which suits our needs. It was relatively inexpensive and I didn't want to invest too much money into one until I saw if we would use it a lot. Glad that I didn't because for the most part, it sits on a shelf in our cupboard. The juice is fabulous but since I'm always watching my weight it got to be a calorie issue for me. I would rather eat my calories than drink them. Check that out, you need to use a lot of fruits and veggies to get a glass of juice. for example, an orange has about 100 calories but you will need to use 3 oranges or so to get a glass of juice.