John from http://www.discountjuicers.com/ compares the Green Star Pro GS-P502 Twin Gear Slow Juicer against the Dynapro DPS-2250 Vacuum Blender + Nut Milk Bag to see which method will make the most nutritious and highest quantity juice.
In this episode, you will learn about the best way to make juice: in a vacuum blender and how this compares to traditional juicing in a Green Star Pro Twin Gear Juicer.
First, you will learn how juicing in a blender and juicing in a vacuum blender are significantly different. You will also learn the pros and cons of vacuum juicing and traditional juicing in a juice extractor.
You will learn how the Dynapro DPS-2250 and Green Star Pro juicer compare when juicing and which one you should choose depending on the factors that are most important to you.
You will discover the two inherent problems with traditional juicers of today: oxidation due to oxygen and the ability of the juicer can grind to small particle size and how vacuum blending technology corrects these deficiencies. You will learn why slow juicing is better than fast juicing.
Next, you will learn about the enemy of juicing: oxygen and oxygenation of the juices that can lower the antioxidant and phytonutrient content of the juices you make at home.
Next, you will get a juice-off comparison when juicing equal amounts of Cantelope and Carrot in the Green Star Pro Juicer and also in the Dynapro vacuum blender. You will see the entire process and learn how long it takes to juice using each method.
John will juice in the Green Star Pro Juicer first, and you will see how he feeds the produce so it does not back up the Green Star Pro and how long it takes.
Next, you will learn how easy it is to vacuum juice in the Dynapro Commercial Vacuum Blender by precutting all the produce and then adding it to the blender carafe. You will learn how you can easily extract all the juice by using the Blendtec Juice Bag.
You will then get a close-up of the yield and learn how the vacuum juicer made 1 cup more juice than the Green Star Pro Juicer.
You will then see the pulp that was created by each method to learn which way of juicing Cantelope and Carrots was the best in terms of yield.
Finally, John will taste test each of the juices, so you can discover what each of the juices tasted like and declare the winner of this juice-off comparison review.
After watching this video, you will learn the best way to juice cantaloupe & carrots to get the highest yield, the most nutrition, and save the most money without ANY pulp in the juice.
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