Owning a juicer machine can be a big boost to your health. Juicing allows you to consume vast amounts of fresh fruits and vegetables and all of the vitamins and minerals they contain. When choosing a juicer it is recommended to consider these factors, cost, durability, type, ease of use, and difficulty to clean.
Juicer machines range from inexpensive to a rather steep investment. In most cases the cost aligns with the quality and durability. The cheaper models should be considered if you will not be using your juicer too often, the more expensive models for frequent or industrial use.
Durability of a juicer is also a consideration. Again the heavier more expensive models will usually last longer. Invest in a heavier model if you intend to juice on a daily basis.
There are two main types of juicer machines, centrifugal and masticating along with the citrus only type. Centrifugal juicers have wide mouth which is beneficial because you do not have to cut up your fruits and vegetables into small pieces. After you push them in with the plunger the juice is spun out the spout and the pulp goes into the waste bin. Masticating juicers "chew" the ingredients and spit out the juice. They are multi-functional and can be used to puree soup or make frozen yogurt as well as juice wheat grass which the centrifugal juicer cannot handle. A drawback of the masticating juicer is that it will not juice citrus very well. The last type is the citrus only juicer which mimics juicing an orange or grapefruit by twisting over a hand juicer.
The last two factors, ease of use and simplicity of cleaning are related. All juicer machines should be cleaned immediately after juicing. Most clean up easily and usually come with a small brush to aid the clean up.
Your choice of a juicer machine should take into account its' cost, durability, type and ease of use. Cheers to your improved health with the use of a juicer machine.