Michelle Hamill blogs about trying to get her family to eat healthier and on the fate of her juicer.
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When buying a juicer, take a look at what the juicer can do. For example, the Oscar Neo XL Whole Slow Juicer uses slow juicing technology, to ensure that all the juice is extracted. You don't have to press the fruit or vegetable into the juicer--they automatically are juiced as they go down the chute at an optimal speed and angle for the best results. It has a durable rust-proof stainless steel casing, which makes it elegant and easy to clean as well. Another important feature is large capacity. For example, the Philips Viva Collection HR1867/21 Juicer can produce 2 liters of juice at a time. It can also juice whole fruits, so that you don't have to cut up the fruits before putting them through the juicer. It also has a sieve that speeds up cleaning time at the end of the day. Also, ElectriQ produces some great juicers--one has a 990 Watt motor, which is capable of extracting juice from whole fruits at a very fast pace. It also has separate speeds for hard and soft fruits, and separates the juice from the pulp as well.