Believe me, you go to the market to buy a new juicer, the most important consideration should be the nutrition quality. Fresh juices are always good for health but actually a great deal depends on the type of juicer being used for making this juice. There are mainly two types of juicers present in the market. Cold press juicers generally regarded as a superior juicer than its competitor i.e. centrifugal juicer.
Cold press juicers were invented back in 1930′s but got overly common for kitchenware in the very recent past, perhaps a decade ago. Their operating principle is entirely different from centrifugal juicers. They operate on a chewing action, hence producing a more nutrition rich juice because of absence of rapid cutting by blades. They extract juice by squeezing the fruit. The auger turns hardly at 100 revs per minute (rpm). This is regarded as one of the best mechanisms for extracting juices from fruits and vegetables.
In fact a juice is healthy for as long as 72 hours even since the beneficial enzymes are still present in the juice (almost double the nutrients than in centrifugal juicers). Moreover, it is much quiet because of its pressing action. Consider your mouth and chewing as a model. Food was always supposed to be chewed in your buccal cavity, and as soon as the chewing action splits the healthy nutrients via teeth, they are floated in the body and used. But imagine you don’t chew but grind it via sharp blades, obviously destroying the food quality. Know what other consumers are using by reading these juicer reviews.
The amount of juice it produces is more than its counterpart. They have additional functionality of being able to juicing leafy greens and grasses. In fact many of its models have extra food processing capability which can be used to make nut milk etc. The one con is that it is more expensive than the centrifugal juicers because of more sophisticated mechanism. And then again, due to pressing action mechanism, the time required of preparing juice is slightly more but it’s perhaps worth it given its high nutrition value. The pulp content in the juice is slightly high, which might be a disadvantage to some of the users unlike me, as I like a little bit of pulp in my juice.
In short, if you have a few extra bucks in your pocket do not hesitate in purchasing a cold press juicer. You and your family’s health is your top priority and this is actually a kind of investment on health.