Looking to buy a new Juicer TMA

So I'm looking to start a juice diet, and been looking at the Ninja juicer, I'm sure you guys have some good suggestions for me please help ! Phone Post 3.0

Be prepared to add extra time to your schedule for food cleaning/prep, juicing, and then cleanup.

The major reason people don't stick with juicing is because they feel it's too "time consuming", so if you're not going to allocate extra time every day then you should probably skip it.

I have a slow press juicer and prefer it to the centrifugal juice extractors. The differences are listed here:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/08/juicer-types-cold-press_n_2618000.html

I think the Ninja is a blender so I have no experience with it.

billyball2 - Be prepared to add extra time to your schedule for food cleaning/prep, juicing, and then cleanup.

The major reason people don't stick with juicing is because they feel it's too "time consuming", so if you're not going to allocate extra time every day then you should probably skip it.

I have a slow press juicer and prefer it to the centrifugal juice extractors. The differences are listed here:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/08/juicer-types-cold-press_n_2618000.html

I think the Ninja is a blender so I have no experience with it.

A VTFU to you, good sir ! That was some great info in the article. Phone Post 3.0

I have the Jack Lelaine juicer and I love it. But the cleaning does take a little time. Phone Post 3.0

Just get a top tier blender instead.  More versatile and easier to clean

I once of doing that but i decided that my time is more precious so I just by odwallas instead

UGCTT_TioCreepy - 
billyball2 - Be prepared to add extra time to your schedule for food cleaning/prep, juicing, and then cleanup.

The major reason people don't stick with juicing is because they feel it's too "time consuming", so if you're not going to allocate extra time every day then you should probably skip it.

I have a slow press juicer and prefer it to the centrifugal juice extractors. The differences are listed here:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/08/juicer-types-cold-press_n_2618000.html

I think the Ninja is a blender so I have no experience with it.

A VTFU to you, good sir ! That was some great info in the article. Phone Post 3.0

I haven't really found it any longer than traditional cooking other than scrambled eggs or something like a frozen burrito. Maybe it's because once you're done you HAVE to do the cleanup or else it'd jack up your juicer whereas cooking something in pan can just sit in your sink for later cleanup.

For the OP, keep checking the Macy's website, they usually start doing their 50% off all juicers deal, except for the Omega bigmouth. I got the Omega 8006 for $170 last year.

Best Juicer.

http://www.omegajuicers.com/juicers/vert350-juicer.html

flee76 -
UGCTT_TioCreepy - 
billyball2 - Be prepared to add extra time to your schedule for food cleaning/prep, juicing, and then cleanup.

The major reason people don't stick with juicing is because they feel it's too "time consuming", so if you're not going to allocate extra time every day then you should probably skip it.

I have a slow press juicer and prefer it to the centrifugal juice extractors. The differences are listed here:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/08/juicer-types-cold-press_n_2618000.html

I think the Ninja is a blender so I have no experience with it.

A VTFU to you, good sir ! That was some great info in the article. Phone Post 3.0

I haven't really found it any longer than traditional cooking other than scrambled eggs or something like a frozen burrito. Maybe it's because once you're done you HAVE to do the cleanup or else it'd jack up your juicer whereas cooking something in pan can just sit in your sink for later cleanup.

For the OP, keep checking the Macy's website, they usually start doing their 50% off all juicers deal, except for the Omega bigmouth. I got the Omega 8006 for $170 last year.
Will do, there is a Macy's right across the street from work so I'll be checking that place out afterwards. Phone Post 3.0