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Top 10 Juicers

Updated on April 15, 2014

There’s nothing new about juicing. We’ve given it a snappy handle, but juicing’s been around for centuries. Drinking the juices of raw fruits and vegetables as a path to good health was even touted in the early nineteenth century.

While juicing itself isn’t new, what is new is the machine that can render even the hardest beet into a sweet juice to sip in a matter of seconds. This ability is increasingly important as our society quantifies the amounts of these foods we should be eating. Some governmental agencies say five daily servings of vegetables and three of fruit, while other medical groups advocate seven vegetables and two fruits. Regardless of exact number, it’s a lot.

That’s where the benefits of juicing begin. An 8-ounce glass of juice can fulfill a third of your daily needs. It’s like the difference in medicine between injections and pills. The benefits of the injection go directly into your bloodstream, while a pill must dissolve and be absorbed, which increases the time between when you take it and when you begin to feel the results.

The same is true when juicing because it allows the body to quickly absorb high-quality nutrition, which leads to increased energy levels. So drinking fresh juices is an excellent health habit. It’s more than an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, purified water, proteins, carbohydrates, and chlorophyll. In liquid form, juices supply nutrition that is not wasted on creating its own digestion, as is the case when eating whole fruits or juices with a large percentage of pulp.

Choosing The Best Juicer

If you take a look at Top Ten Juicers based on the list of best sellers you can see that there is no clear rule what people like and buy and the prices vary significantly.

So which juicer is the best? It is not possible to answer this question. Simply because there are different types of juicers for different fruits and vegetables. You need to choose a juicer according to the juices you would like to make. There are cheap manual juicers and expensive, powerful juicing machines that can make juice from almost anything.

However, a big help when looking for a juicer is to look at what other people buy. A list of top juicers can tell a lot about which juicer models are popular. You should use this list only as a hint. There is no such thing as top juicer. Some models are more popular than others and that's it. Currently my favorite juicer is Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite. But this is only my selection. Check popular juicers and make your own list of top 10 juicers.

You might be wondering why I’m suggesting you to buy an expensive juicer rather than just pour from a bottle. There’s an important reason: only fresh juices that haven’t been pasteurized to increase their stability contain necessary enzymes and other “living” ingredients.

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