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What juicer is best for you?

So you are hearing all of this talk about how juicing has shifted lives from illness to wellness and that there are benefits which are seemingly endless. The results are factual and statistical, plus you can visibly see extraordinary results of juicing with first-hand experience by speaking and meeting each and every one of our members here at Fully Rooted, Inc. The decision is made and you want to make the change in your life to provide a cell-boosting nectar to yourself every day from the convenience of your own home. But how do you get started and what type of juicer do you purchase? Great question!

First off, any juicer is better than NO juicer. However, there are certain types that not only yield more juice than others but also produce more nutrient-dense juice. Two main types of juicers are Masticating and Centrifugal. A Centrifugal juicer uses a high-speed, heated machine to grind up the fruits and vegetables, resulting in denigrated, pulp-free juice. The loss of vital nutrients is contributed to the heat that is used to juice the fruits and vegetables. The Pulp Ejector Juicers are very similar to Centrifugal juicers, in the sense that they use heat to extract the juice and spit the pulp out in a separate chamber.

We at Fully Rooted, Inc. choose the Masticating type juicers for there ability to yield an efficient amount of juicer but there are no compromising of life-sustaining nutrients from the fruits and vegetables. Masticating juicers either use a single or double gear (auger) that grinds up the fruit and vegetable fibers and breaks up the plant, resulting in more enzymes, vitamins and minerals. Masticating juicers are generally more effective than Centrifugal juicers because they can extract more juice from the same amount of food. Masticating juicers will also extract juice from wheatgrass (oh yea!), spinach, and other leafy greens and herbs.

Masticating juicers operate at slower speeds than centrifugal juicers, essentially allowing them to put more TLC (tender love and care) into your fruits and veggies and giving you more nutrition in your glass. In addition to extracting juices, these kinds of juicers also homogenize foods to make baby foods, sauces, nut butters, banana ice creams and fruit sorbets! Now we’re talking!!

You are now informed on the productivity and efficiency of the two main types juicers out there, but there is still the issue of your wallet and dishing out the cash for one of these magical machines. The prices vary from around $55 for a hand-crank wheatgrass juicer all the way upwards to around $2000 for a Norwalk Juicer (top of line in every aspect of a juicer). But please don’t let the cost sway you from buying a juicer. You can find one that is affordable and the investment into your health is priceless and guaranteed to be the best decision you could ever make.

Take a look at a couple of brand named juicer companies that we are now distributors for. Fully Rooted can help you in your decision to buy a juicer. We offer competitive prices because we want you to be the healthiest and happiest that you can possibly be!

Omega Juicers, offering all types of juicers – http://www.omegajuicers.com/

Lexen Juicers, offering juicers that specialize in wheatgrass – http://www.healthyjuicer.com/

2 thoughts on “What juicer is best for you?

  1. i think that omega masticating juicer is best for juicing.Thank you.

  2. Hi Mike,

    I love Omega Juicers (specially their masticating line) as well. No brand comes close to their warranty coverage.

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