Not only do juicers and Circo2 blenders have different functions but also different benefits as well. A juicer is specifically designed to extract the liquid found in fruit and vegetables from the fibre or pulp. If you want to make sure that your juice has as much goodness as possible then purchasing a good quality juicer is crucial and should only leave a small amount of the fibre or pulp behind after juice has been extracted.
Another good thing about purchasing a good quality juicer is that these will ensure that any residual agrochemicals in non organic fruit and vegetables remain with the pulp or fibre rather than getting into the juice. As much of the pulp and fibre of the fruit and vegetables is discarded by a juicer the stomach is able to absorb the raw fruit and vegetables more easily. Because of this easy absorption the stomach doesn't need to use as much energy in order to digest the food we consume.
Juicers can help to provide the same if not more goodness for your body as if you were to eat fruit and vegetables in their natural raw state. A pound of carrots along with an apple and half a head of celery placed in a juicer will in a matter of minutes give you all the goodness your body needs. As well as the juice being rich in minerals and vitamins it is much easier to digest and certainly it won't take you so long to get the goodness from these if you were to eat them in their natural raw state.