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Nutrition First, let me say that one of the most important things you can do for yourself is to juice! The health benefits are way too important to overlook. So, if you have an old juicer lying around the house somewhere – pull it out, dust it off and USE IT! Get comfortable with that juicer before you rush out and buy a new one. Experiment with different juice recipes – even create some of your own. I can guarantee if you juice every day, in one week you will be amazed at how absolutely fantastic you’ll start to feel. Your energy level will be higher, your mood lighter and your bowels will start to be regular. In two weeks your body will start to change. Your clothes will get a little looser and your skin will become clearer and brighter. All by the simple process of daily juicing! Then, when you’re ready to purchase a new juicer, where do you turn? There are so many different types of juicers available on the market these days, not to mention how widely they vary in price. With all the glitz and glam of some of the infomercials (don’t tell me you don’t occasionally watch them!), it’s easy to see how one can get caught up in all the hype about a particular brand without really knowing what makes juicers different. So here are some things you need to know. Juicers fall into three categories: centrifugal, triturating (or twin gear) and masticating. It all comes down to how the juice is extracted and separated from the pulp. Juicers can then be further sub-categorized into two other categories: pulp ejection and non-pulp ejection. With pulp ejection machines, the pulp is ejected into a separate container allowing for continuous juicing. This method is far simpler for large quantities of juice. With non-pulp ejecting machines, the pulp collects inside a basket and you have to stop and clean it after making about a quart or so of juice. The Centrifugal machine first chops or rips the fruit and vegetables then pushes them through the strainer by spinning at a very high speed. It works like your washing machine on the spin cycle! This method usually yields a little more volume of juice. However, on the down side, this type of juicer heats the juice more than the others and does a bit more damage to the living cellular structure. The Triturating (twin gear) machine, which turns at a slower speed, has a two step process. The first step crushes the fruits and vegetables, while the second step presses the juice. This process gives you more fiber, enzymes, vitamins and trace minerals. These juicers also have magnetic and bio-ceramic technology that slows down the oxidation process, which is good if you want to make and store your juice. These juicers are excellent for juicing leafy greens, wheatgrass, sprouts, root vegetables (like beets and carrots), and most water dense (non-pulpy) fruits (such as melons, apples, grapes). Juicing time is definitely longer with twin gear juicers due to the slower juicing process, but they also give you a higher quality juice. The Masticating machine also operates at a slower speed. It chews the fibers and breaks up the cells of vegetables and fruits. This type of juicer also gives you more fiber, enzymes, vitamins and trace minerals. There is a lot of versatility with these juicers. Not only will you get fantastic juice, but most of the units will homogenize – making baby foods, sauces, nut butters, banana ice creams and fruit sorbets. Some even have an optional grain mill attachment for grinding grains into flour. Hopefully these tips have helped you become more prepared to make a wise buying decision. Happy shopping! Making your life delicious, Chef Tina Jo About the Author: 相关的主题文章: