Consuming fruits and vegetables in their juicy form is a great way to contribute to the necessary amount of nutritional intake for the body system. More than this, this type of juice can be an effective part of a weight loss diet for those who want to shed off those extra pounds in a healthy manner.
Many people are more and more concerned about introducing in their diets and children’s diet the freshly squeezed juices that come with nutrients from fruits and veggies and for this reason they tend to take a closer look at the juicers available on the market. These machines are mainly divided in two types, referring here to the most powerful ‘squeezers’: centrifugal and masticating devices (see other juicer reviews).
So, if you are new to this shopping experience, you may be a little bit confused not knowing which if these two machines to purchase for your family. Let’s take a look at what differences exist between one and another:
come as a cheaper version of juicer machine and if you are looking to save some money on this purchase you may want to give this one a closer look. Some of these machines will require for you to chop the fruit and/or veggie into slices before inserting them into the machine, but the most recent models will not require this at all.
With these ones you can simply drop in the whole fruit and veggie and then press the button to let the machine do its job. At this point, the flat cutting blade that this machine is ‘equipped’ will spun at a high speed and separates as such the pulp from its juice. It comes with different levels of speeds where with the higher speed you put in the more juice will be extracted from the pulp.
At the end you will obtain the desired juice but there are some unwanted effects of the centrifugal process: the juice is warm and may not be too loaded with nutrients that get lost more due to the air that sneaks in through the squeezing process. It is also important to have it drunk immediately if you want to keep the remaining nutrients still effective.
Come at a more expensive price tag because the mechanism that operates them include an auger that crushes the fruits and veggies in small pieces and from there squeezing them into juice. You can as well include wheatgrass and leafy greens in these machines which make them more wanted by those who want to combine the ingredients used for juicing. According to www.thejuicingrecipes.com,the production of juice through masticating process is higher and gets more hold of vitamins with the finite product.
So, there you have it. It is, in the end, up to you to decide which of these juicers you want to purchase for your daily use.
OAuthor on August 24th 2014 in Deserts