A Grapefruit juicer can provide you with a deliciously tangy drink in the morning that helps freshen
the mouth and also gets the metabolism going. Not all juicers juice Grapefruits efficiently.
Grapefruit is a great source of vitamin C as well as bioflavinoids, bioflavinoids help our body absorb
the vitamin C so by drinking fresh juice we are helping our bodies more than taking a vitamin C tablet which
contains vitamin C and nothing else.
Many centrifugal electric juicers come with a citrus press attachments which
turn your juice extractor into a Grapefruit juicer. You can then also
juice oranges, lemons and limes efficiently using the citrus press. Grapefruit
juice encourages the production of gastric juices and so can help digestion
and ease constipation. Consult your doctor or health professional before you
use your Grapefruit juicer as excessive quantities of Grapefruit juice can have
an effect on certain prescribed medicines.
Juicers that are based on twin gear design such as the Twin Health sometimes
do not handle soft fruits such as Grapefruit very well when compared to harder
vegetable produce so for Grapefruit you may be best off purchasing a juicer
aimed at citrus fruits.
The soluble fibre pectin is found in the pith of citrus fruits, and it is been
reported that the soluble fibre pectin present in Grapefruit juice can surpress
appetite as it slows down the emptying of the stomach.Grapefruit is also a natural
source of potassium, calcium and phosphurus.
With a citrus juicer you can create your own
citrus cocktails such as the ever popular mix of orange and pink grapefruit
Examples of juicers that are capable of juicing Grapefruit include the Siemens
Porsche Citrus Press. At the higher end of the market the Remida citrus
juicers certainly look the part are of a high build quality enabling them to
be used in a commercial environment.