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Centrifugal Vs. Masticating Juicers: Learn the Difference

Juicing is something that is gaining popularity by the day, especially because it is a good contributor towards healthy living. Even healthcare practitioners agree that taking freshly squeezed vegetable or fruit juices is a great and convenient way of enriching your body with vitamins and nutrients. In fact, other than keeping you refreshed, these juices are a good way of cutting weight as well as reducing your chances of getting sick.

If you are new to juicing and healthy eating as a whole, buying a juicer is not as easy as you might think. What most people have trouble with is choosing between the two common juicer varieties; the centrifugal and the masticating juicer. This post is meant to discuss both the centrifugal and the masticating juicers and give you a chance to choose between the two. Therefore, keep reading…

What are centrifugal juicers?

According to multiple centrifugal juicer reviews, one of the first things that will catch your attention when it comes to centrifugal juicers is the fact that they are considerably economical; which is a top consideration for most buyers. However, with some types of centrifugal juicers, you must cut the fruits first before processing them.

This has changed since there is a growing demand for centrifugal juice extractors that allow you to add the whole fruit for processing without any peeling or chopping. Once you have added your fruit in the juicer, it is sliced into smaller pieces with a flat cutting blade. After that, the fruit is then speed at a high speed to ensure that the juice is separated from the rest of the fruit pulp. That separation process is what is referred to as the centrifugal bit!

The juicing process with a centrifugal juicer can be a little messy because of the pulp that is left behind, but the most important bit is that at the end of the day, you will get your glass of freshly squeezed juice.

What are masticating juicers?

As for this type of juice extractors, they come with an auger (single screw type of mechanism) that is meant to crush your fruits and vegetable into small pieces before the squeezing starts. This type of juicer is a bit costly compared to the centrifugal juicer. However, looking on the brighter side, this type of juicer is the best when it comes to extracting juice from tough fruits and even the leafy green vegetables.

Basically, the juice yield of masticating juicers is much higher than that of centrifugal juicers. And what is more, because of its high maintenance processing system, the loss of nutrients is very minimal.

So, having said that, what should you choose? Well, if truth be told, your choice should depend on what your priorities are and above all, how much you are willing to spend. But just a little piece of advice; if you want a juicer that will give you maximum amount of juice from different fruits and vegetables, then the masticating juicer is the way to go. You might spend a little more than you wanted to but at the end of it all, it will be worth it!

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