Our top recommendation for a juicer is the Commercial (Heavy Duty) Champion
Fresh whole foods juices are another form of raw foods that concentrates nutrients. Fresh juices are a key “power food” for healing, weight loss and management, and supplementing a less than optimal diet. They are an important part of a Good for You-Naturally!™ lifestyle of eating. I (and my Doctor) believe that 2 glasses of fresh juice – 1 fruit and 1 vegetable – are the best quality, most cost effective, and most beneficial vitamin/mineral supplements anyone can take. Juicing, like sprouting, is a change that takes time to become a consistent part of your lifestyle, but is very worth it for the health benefits it brings! It only takes a few minutes a day.
There are several different types of juice extractors; the quality of juice depends on the type of juicer.
The Champion is the masticating juicer, and very heavy duty. It will also make nut butters, purees and baby foods, and frozen desserts. This juicer will do what you need it to do and will do it efficiently. The Champion is powerful, durable, and easy to use and clean. It has been the home juicer for those wanting the full health benefits of fresh juice since 1955. There is now a Greens attachment for the Champion, for those that juice a lot of greens. The Champion is easier to clean than both triturating and centrifugal juicers.
We use and highly recommend the Commercial (Heavy Duty) Champion. It’s what we have used for over 18 years so far and we LOVE IT and its versatility!
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Commercial Champion Juicer – $295.
Note: CA residents must pay tax on the Champion Juicer, since it is shipped from there. If you are from CA and ordering the juicer, please click the CA price to pay the tax. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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