Best juicers to buy if you want to get healthy in no time

By | February 4, 2019

Juicing is a great way to kick start a healthier diet plan and a great way to encourage your kids to consume more fruit and veg.

It’s a quick and easy way to absorb all the vital and beneficial key nutrients from fruit and veg, and with unlimited recipes online you’ll never be bored.

There are plenty of juicing machines on the market depending on your needs and how much you are willing to pay.

The are two main types to choose from are: masticating slow juicers which grinds fruits and centrifugal juicers which have a blade which slices through fruits at high speeds to extract juice.

Shoppers can choose from compact models if short on space in the kitchen, or opt for a high spec model that extracts 100% off the juice in seconds – however prices can and do vary wildly so it’s best to do some research before splashing out.

Picking the right juicer at an affordable price can be a bit of a minefield, but once over that hurdle it’s a simple step in the right direction for both your body and health – and it helps that they can taste delicious!

 

1. Sage The Nutri Juicer Plus BJE52OUK

 

Pros?

  • The central feed extracts up to 70% off the nutrients from your ingredients with minimal heat transfer (which kills off the good stuff).

  • The large chute means you don’t have to chop down fruit and veg which will save time.

  • All dry pulp is separated from any juice and collected in an easy to dispose of basket.

  • Multiple speeds allow you to control consistency of your juice.

  • Easy to dismantle and wash.

Buy now for £179.99 from Lakeland

2. Braun J300 Multiquick juicer

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Pros?

  • Can make a glass of fresh juice in 15 seconds.

  • Comes with a 2l pulp collector container that contains the mess and residue from fruit and vegetables.

  • Parts that can be taken out are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

  • Has an in-built powerful 800w motor.

Buy now for £89.99 from Currys PC World

 

3. Philips HR1832/11 Compact Juicer

Pros?

  • High extraction means you’ll get all the goodness retained in your juice.

  • Compact design makes the juicer small yet perfectly formed.

  • Comes with in-built ‘QuickClean’ technology so you can wash and go (and the parts are dishwasher safe).

  • Makes up to 1.5 litres of juice.

Buy now for £59.99 from Argos

4. Magimix 18045 Black Le Duo Plus Xl Juice Extractor

Pros?

  • Features a ‘spin dryer’ style basket that extracts almost every drop of juice from fruit and vegetables.

  • Two sizes of feed tube shoots that can accommodate whole pieces of fruit and veg.

  • Built with a robust 400 watt commercial grade induction motor.

Buy now for £179.99 from Amazon

5. Philips HR1889/71 Viva Collection Masticating Juicer

Pros?

  • Powerful juicer can extract one litre of juice
  • All the components are dishwasher safe making it easy to clean and practical enough to use everyday.
  • The masticating style juicer means more nutritional goodness from fruits and veg used is retained.
  • The large feeding tube means users can feed through whole fruits and vegetables instead of having to cut up everything beforehand.

Buy now for £169.99 from John Lewis

 

6. Smeg SJF01CRUK Retro Style Slow Juicer

Pros?

  • Makes 5 litres of juice using clever bladeless ‘slow squeezing’ system to retain nutritional value of ingredients.
  • The retro stylish design is perfect to show off on display on your counter top.
  • All removable components are dishwasher safe.

Buy now for £449 from AO.com

7. Hotpoint SJ4010AX1UK Slow Juicer

Pros?

  • Built with a 400w motor and is powerful enough to quickly make plenty of juice for your whole family.
  • Uses a bladeless system to slowly extract juice with a ‘soft squeeze technology’.
  • Has a 1 litre juice capacity
  • Comes with a brush and has removable parts for easy cleaning.

Buy now for £119 from AO.com

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