A healthy diet with fresh juices made at home can be an ideal way to detoxify the body, lose any extra weight, and maintain good health.
Some people limit their diets to drinking fresh juice for a period of time to perform a juice cleanse. Others include juice to supplement their meals daily. Can this be too much of a good thing? Is juicing unhealthy?
When compiling this list of recommended juicers I stayed below $400. This was to make the list useful to as many people as possible. If you’re looking for a juicer above $400 this list isn’t for you. I will be compiling another list with juicers above $400 at a later date.
These 5 juicers then are all models that I personally recommend either based on my experience or the experiences of others. I talk to a lot of people who juice and visit a lot of juicing websites. I have probably read over a thousand juice reviews over the past few months and this list is an attempt to make sure you get a the best juicer that you can afford to start your juicing journey!
Berries are nature’s super-foods. These small fruits are absolutely packed with vitamins and antioxidants. Juicing berries is a delicious way to add important nutrients to your diet. A pint of berries will yield about half a cup of juice.
Just don’t forget your vegetables when juicing. Berries like many fruits contain natural sugars which should be consumed in moderation. To get the maximum benefit from juicing you need to juice primarily vegetables and add fruit in to improve the flavor and sweetness of your juices.