Juicing is a useful way to incorporate more natural sources of vitamins and minerals into a diet, but it does come with some potentially annoying problems as well. Gas and bloating are commonly reported when men and women start juicing. The reason is primarily related to the vegetables or fruits used in juicing, so it is possible to continue drinking fruit and vegetable juices without facing the uncomfortable symptoms.
I have seen so many people asking, “Which is the best juicer to buy?” This is kind of like asking, “Which is the best motor vehicle to buy.” A bachelor with limited income just out of college is going to buy a different car that a mom of four would buy which is still different than a car a that would be desirable by a rancher living in rural Australia. It all comes down to your lifestyle and which is the right juicer for you.
The Breville Juice Fountain Crush and the Hurom Slow Juicer both share a lot of the same features. Both juice slowly and crush food to make juice. Because they are both slow juicers, there is little foam and a higher yield on juice. There are differences to help you make an informed buying decision.