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Best Juicers: A Few Top Appliances And User Reviews

    June 14, 2014
    Ashley Olds
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Juicing has become a popular way to consume nutrients naturally and quickly.

But what are the basic health benefits of it? Well, if you’re a green drink veteran, you likely already know and can share some first-hand experiences. For those new to the world of frothy emerald liquid, maybe you’ve heard of or seen great results. Among the reported benefits include: getting in that daily serving of fruits and veggies (6-8), absorbing nutrients better (with less digestion), and strengthening your immune system.

Whether that sells you – or you’re just looking to get dad a last minute gift to encourage him to leave his golden arches for (literal?) greener pastures, there are various types you can choose. While a “best” juicer is going to be subjective, you might find the best juicer for your needs by perusing some of the top few that seem to be fan favorites – along with a few user demos.

Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus 850-Watt Juice Extractor

This counter top juicer has an extra-wide 3-inch feeder chute, 850 watt dual speed motor, a powerful stainless-steel cutting disc, large-capacity pulp collector, and dishwasher-safe parts. While the list price is around $200.00, you can lop off about $50 if you buy it at Amazon. The following video review takes you through the process, while being pretty thorough and objective.


2. Omega J8006 Nutrition Center Juicer – Black and Chrome

A masticating juicer (AKA cold-press/less heat to disturb the enzymes), this one has been described as easy-to-use with a powerful motor. The yield of juice you’ll get is high and there’s an auto pulp-ejection function for continuous juicing. The Omega uses a dual-stage juicing system. Some say the whole process is a little long to pump out the good stuff – but if its quiet operation (versus some of the noisier ones) and higher nutritional value is worth your time, it might be for you. The list price is $390.00 and if you get it through Amazon, the discount price is $257.99.

Here’s a review for the Omega:

3. Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite 1000-Watt Juice Extractor

This one has 2 speed controls (high at 13,000 RPM and low at 6,500 RPM). The Breville has die-cast steel housing, a stainless-steel micromesh filter, and a titanium-plated cutting disk. Also, with its 3-inch circular feed hole, you can fit in whole fruits and vegetables (less chopping!). The list price is around $399.00 – but Amazon’s deal drops that figure down to $299.00.

The video below was made by a dude just beginning his health journey. I thought I’d share because it offers a pretty good demo of how the Breville works. Also, this gentleman’s progress since this video has been extremely impressive. He lost about 100 lbs just a few months after uploading this and now lives a healthy, active life. Well done, sir!

Good luck on your health journeys!

Image via Youtube

  • Jan Folmer

    The idea of making orange or other citrus juice at home may be appealing and romantic. This BLOG is very helpful and informative. Viewers can see the overview of all the blenders. It’s easy and comfortable to use. Omega J8006 Nutrition Center Juicer Have some additional functions as compare to Breville JE98XL juicer and Breville 800Jexl juice.

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  • Velt

    There’s a hilarious old “in living color” skit where Jim Carrey plays a crazy juicer guy who juices his underwear. In all seriousness though, juicing is awesome.