As a foodie. Juice must taste good. I mean to say, if I am going to give up all of those delicious foods and drinks for a period of time – they need to be replaced by nourishing juices that taste amazing – right?
So, my juicer of choice is a cold-pressed (or slow) juicer.
Because, it’s the best.
When you juice with a cold pressed juicer, no heat is created. What this means is, no oxidation of fruit or vegetable occurs, and you get a nutrient-rich and colour-filled juice!
And, given the fact we actually first eat with our eyes – juice must also look good, taste good and be good.
Which is why I recommend and support the Kuvings Cold Press Juicer.
They are the premium juicer on the market and have been voted No 1 by Choice Magazine (so, don’t just take my word for it).
But, before you dash off to Kuvings to check out their range – let me explain the difference between a juicer and a smoothie/blender. And, give you some more detail on the difference between centrifugal and cold pressed (or slow) juicers.