Ready to begin your juicing journey? You've come to the right place!
I've been juicing for 29 years and can honestly say it is the healthiest thing I do for myself and the one thing that makes me feel super hydrated, nourished and healthy! I recommend you watch the above video where I discuss some key points on how juicing is good for the body. Then watch my review on the juicer I am currently using!
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I am currently using the Nama J2 Juicer and loving it! See my full review on this juicer below!
Be sure to watch the video above to listen in as I was interviewed on the benefits of juicing and juicer types! Juicer types: Cold press juicers have plates that compress the produce and squish the juice out. Slow spinning juicers which are called slow juicers can be considered cold press because they spin at a low RPM and don't compromise the integrity of the juice. I want to get a press style juicer eventually to have in my kitchen, which are around 1,000. For now I am extremely happy with my cold pressed slow juicer by Nama which is around $550.
If you are not ready to get a cold press machine juicer then I recommend the slow style type juicers like mine which doesn't take a lot of time to juice anymore since using my cold pressed slow juicer by Nama! The quality of the juice and nutritional content is superior in these slow type single augerjuicers and the Nama J2 is very efficient and makes juicing quicker and fun! It produces a high quality cold pressed juice in a quick fashion! You will see it in the color of the juice and you save money because you will get way more juice out of your produce because it is masticated and spins at a slow RPM which is better for the nutrients. The other type is a centrifugal type juicer that spins at a high RPM; some examples these types are the Breville or Jack LaLanne.
The other juicer that I really love is the Tribest Solostar 4. This is a slow juicer and takes a little more time to chop up everything into small pieces. It produces a high quality cold pressed juice but it does take more time to juice and is much slower than the Nama J2 Juicer.
Remember, juicing with a Centrifugal type juicer will juice quicker but you lose some of the benefits I discussed above and it doesn't juice greens well but you can make it work if you bunch up the greens with fruit as you put it through. These types are nosier machines than the slow type as well. Really we should be juicing our veggies/greens and eating our fruits. That being said, the Slow type is perfect and at a great medium cost but requires a little more time to commit to juicing which to me is well worth it! And now with the newer Nama J2 Juicer it really doesn't feel slow to juice with a slow juicer anymore it actually feels fast to juice in my Nama J2!
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If you are consider a fast spinning juicer which is a Centrifugal type here is what I recommend and use occasionally myself https://amzn.to/3CuRUte