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What to look for when shopping for a juicer

Although you may not realize it now, making the decision to purchase a juicer is one of the most important decisions of your life.  A juicer is an investment.  It is an investment in your health, it is one of the most important investments you will ever make.  No amount of money can replace your health.

Nothing that you can do will alter and improve your health and lifestyle as much as getting into the habit of making your own fresh fruit and vegetable juices every day right in your own kitchen. The decision to get involved with juicing can be a confusing one when you enter the marketplace and discover the price range of juicers goes from $30.00 to $2,000.00!   What in the world is the difference between a thirty dollar juicer and one that costs several hundred dollars? After all, don't they all make juice? Well yes and no. There are several factors to consider.

  1. Ease of operation and clean up -  If juicing is a hassle you won't do it. Or you won't do it as often as you should or would like. You need a juicer that is easy to use and easy to clean, so that when the mood to make juice hits you, you don't think, no I don't want to go through all that work for just one glass of juice.
  2. Juice Quality - A good juicer makes juice of a high quality.  A high quality juice has a high nutrient and enzyme content. 
  3. Will it last? - Quality juicers have quality warranties. A 30 or 90 day warranty is not a good warranty. A one or two year warranty is good, while a five or ten year warranty is excellent.   Many of the juicers under $100.00 have cheap brush motors that are not horsepowered and can not handle seeds, rinds, stems or cores. You have to slice every piece of produce into tiny pieces so the motor does not burn out. Most purchasers of these inexpensive department store machines ignore the directions and use their juicer like Jay the Juiceman on TV uses his. Doing so will burn out such a juicer in less than a month and there are cases where such machines have burned out in as little as three weeks. This leads us back to #1. If preparing the produce is a big hassle because your juicer can't accommodate it, you won't do it as often as you should.  A $69.95 juicer is not a bargain if it only lasts 3 to 9 months.
  4. Yield, or ounces of juice per pound of produce   -  This is what really separates the bargain basement juicers from the quality machines. A good juicer can get extract much more juice per pound of produce than a cheap one. You may save $100.00 by buying a cheap juicer now, but every time you make juice you are throwing money away in lost juice. How much money? A lot! A good juicer gets 17% to 25% more juice than the bargain basement models. It's easy to waste 25 cents  worth of juice or more a day with a cheap machine. So in one short year your $100.00 savings goes down the drain - literally!
  5. Power -You need a machine with a horsepower motor of 1/4 horsepower or higher.

As you can see there are many factors that are involved in purchasing a juicer.  We have provided several articles and an online comparison chart of all the major juicers to help you with your decision.

 

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