Common misconceptions about juicers - part 2
In part two of our series, we look at 4 more misconceptions companies use to promote their juicers.
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Which juicer make the healthiest juice
Which juicer yields the highest level of nutrients? The answer is simple: the juicer which extracts the most juice. The level of nutrients per milliliter is generally the same among high-quality slow juicers. So the only way to get more nutirents is to get more juice from the same amount of produce. In this case, the "winner" in the Angel juicer, as it's twin-gear technology produces the highest yield. However, it is also a very expensive machine and can be a bit tricky to operate.
Among high-quality slow juicers, "most nutrients" needn't be a factor when researching different models. Better is to focus on what you plan to juice and determine the type of juicer (single auger vertical, single auger horizontal, or twin auger) based on your needs.
Note that nutrition levels will vary between slow juicers and high speed centrifugal models, as those high rpms will cause oxidation.
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