OLM Recommended juicers:
- Hurom Slow Juicer $360
- Omega Vert Juicer $350
- Super Angel All Stainless Steel Twin Gear Juicer $1,000 (no plastic comes in contact with food)
- The Green Star juice extractor $480 to $560 depending on model
- Omega Model 8006 $300
- Norwalk Juicer $2395 (no plastic comes in contact with food)
None of the links above are affiliate links. At some point soon, we plan to put juicers on Green Lifestyle Market. I personally own an older Green Star juice single auger slow juicer.
All of these juicers above produce high-quality nutritious juices. Though this is a lot of money to spend on a juicer, a high-quality juicer is the single most important investment one can make with battling certain diseases like cancer, besides healthy foods of course. Restoring health is priceless!
My two personal favorites are the Omega Vert and the Super Angel, but the Norwalk (left) is often said to be the very best when it comes to nutrition and total juice extraction. I’ve personally used all of the juicers besides the Norwalk. From what I’ve seen on YouTube, if you’re someone who considers time to be very valuable, the Norwalk doesn’t necessarily make sense. It takes much longer to use the juicer properly for maximum yield.
A citrus juice press is also essential for best extraction yield and cleaning time. I personally use the OrangeX Amco Jupiter Mid-Size Commercial Citrus Juicer ($119) and love it.
As I said, I own an older single gear, horizontal juice press, and I also own an OrangeX, and I have used all of the other juicers save the Norwalk, which I know to be a fine machine but it seems a pain in the butt. I plan on purchasing a Super Angel at some point soon. It’s the best I’ve used for all things non-citrus, and there’s the OrangeX for those.