When purchasing a juicer, chose one that is easy to dismantle and clean. If the process of assembling the juicer, juicing, dismantling the juicer, and cleaning it takes too long, you will never feel like juicing in the first place. Clean your juicer right after using it since moist pulp is easier to get rid of.
You can’t eliminate all pulp from getting into the juice, but using a coffee filter will help. You may not like the pulp consistency that some juices will create. Strain juices through a cheesecloth or a coffee filter to get rid of the pulp. Get yourself a high quality, well made juicer that is capable of operating at lower speeds. Juicers that run very fast also run very hot. Not only do high-speed juicers destroy things like orange and pineapple juice, but they’re also prone to break down, and the heat can destroy essential nutrients in the food. If you want a healthy juice, use dark green vegetables as a base. Juices ought to be comprised of somewhere between 1/2 and 3/4 chard, broccoli, spinach or related items. Use fruit juices for the remainder of your drink to enhance the sweetness and taste.