Yes, I know that you probably have heard that phrase thousands of time, yet still not able to implement them as much as you should on your daily meals, right? Reasons may be, either you are not a fan of fruits and veggies or with a fast paced lifestyle, nowadays getting to cook different kinds of vegetables for dinner is getting tougher and tougher.
Juicing can be a good way to implement fruits and veggies into your diet. You can choose them in different colors – so you get a good mix of vitamins and minerals- place them in a juicer, add water and ice and done! Here it is your daily dose of fruit and vegetables in a quick and easy way. Now you probably may be curios about buying a juicer. " What juicer should I buy?", "Is there a real difference between the different models available on the market? If you want to know what type of juicer is best for you read on:
Centrifugal Juice Extractors: The most traditional type of juicer. These juicers initially extract juice by grinding fruits and vegetables against a round cutting blade that spins very quickly against a metal strainer. The juice is separate form the pulp by the force generated by spinning motion of the cutting surface. These type of juicers are fast and easy to use and cheaper to purchase, thus not well suited to juicing green leafy and herbs and due to its fast spinning juice quality are reduced.
Cold Press Juicer: This type of juicer produces a superior juice quality when compared to other juicers. Cold Press Juicer operates via masticating or cold press method and in contrast to the rough extraction and high speeds of centrifugal juicers, cold press juicer operate at lower speeds and gently compress fruit and vegetables to extract out their juice. These juicers are well-suited to juicing leafy green and herbs also, and while more costly, their slower and more thorough extraction rates produce a higher-quality juice.
When is about to get the highest possible amount of nutrients extracted from fruits and veggies, and to be serious about you health, cold press juicer is your best option, since it operates at lower speeds generating minimal heating. This process ensures a superior tasting juice with less foam and separation and with more retention of the beneficial enzymes and nutrients.