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Quick Tips on How to Find Your Best Orange Juicer Machine

If you think of less effort but effectively aid your diet with food intake, drink a glass of orange juice a day. Medical News Today says it doesn’t only help prevent cancer, regulate blood pressure, and your diabetes due to its high-fiber content, it also improves your skin texture, and when applied topically can help fight skin damage and reduces wrinkles. It can also aid your weight loss diet program because fiber consumption enhances your digestion.

Our daily hustle-and-bustle makes juicers at home a necessity, especially if you are health conscious, on a skin maintenance, or even losing weight. Time being so constraint that we lack the leisure of eating whole fruits and veggies to consume their nutrients. So the quick solution of juicing fruits has become a trend.

If you open Amazon and click on the Best Juicer Machines, you’ll find countless of brands with varying prices bearing different features. So what actually makes a juicer machine good and worth your bucks? How are you going to determine the Best Juicer Machine for your oranges?

Prior to Buying Your Juicer

Determine the type of juicer you need. If you are a new consumer of juicers, you might not know yet that there are actually different types of juicers that meet different purposes such as centrifugal juicers, masticating juicers and citrus juicers.

Just a side note. People often confuse juicers and blenders, or even think they’re just the same. An important and clear distinction is that juicer primarily separates the juice extract from the skin, pulp, and seeds of an orange fruit, whereas a blender merely chews the fruit into bits and doesn’t necessarily separate the juice from its non-liquid content.

So what does each type do to your orange fruit?

Centrifugal and masticating juicers are the commonly confused types. The main distinction of the two is primarily on the way they break down the food you put into them.

Centrifugal juicers are suitable for juicing your orange and other fruits. They slice your fruit through their single blade by rotating it in a fast speed and letting the juices flow freely from it.

In contrast, masticating juicers work the same as your teeth, hence it’s called masticating. It breaks down your food by chewing them up through their gears while separating the pulp. It works slower than centrifugal juicers, though it does work well with most fruits and veggies and other hard foods.

Then there’s citrus juicer. It works entirely different from the two mentioned above. Instead of your orange being sliced and ground, it works simply as the manual reamer where you will press and twist against the cut side of your orange and other citrus fruits to extract the juice, turning it into a pulp. Essentially, citrus juicers only take the squishing effort from you.


From as low as $50 to more than $300, the prices of juicers vary widely.

Masticating juicers are more expensive than centrifugal, about two to three times the latter’s price. But the upside feature is that it works even in hard food and is often considered the heavy-duty juicer. If you only want to extract your fruits, masticating juicers might be too much for just your easily disintegrated fruits.

Centrifugal juicers vary a lot in which its range comes from very expensive to affordable depending on the model and brand.

Citrus juicers are often cheaper. In fact, the cheapest among these three. If you plan to extract not only your citrus fruits but also other foods including those which are a bit harder, let’s say apples or carrots, citrus juicers will not be that efficient.

Speed vs Quality of Juicer

Centrifugal juicers are faster than masticating juicers since they work in high speed with their blade and merely slice the food you put into them. On the other hand, masticating juicers do work slower but can beat your apple and carrots, not only your orange and other citrus fruits.

In conclusion, before buying your juicer, think whether you’re only juicing your oranges and citrus fruits, or you also want to go for juicers which can do other things for you. If you want a heavy-duty juicer that can grind and extract juice from any kind of fruits, veggies and lean meats given that you have big cash, I suggest you go with masticating juicers. If you want to only juice softer fruits and veggies including citrus fruits, affordable centrifugal juicers would suit you. If you only want a simple juicer for your oranges and look for the cheapest, citrus juicers would be your best orange juicer machine.

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