10 of the Best Juicers to Buy for a Healthier You in 2022 1. Breville JE98XL Centrifugal Juicer 6. Ninja Cold-Press Juicer Pro 7. Cuisinart CCJ500 Citrus Juicer 8. NutriBullet Slow Juicer 9. Hurom Rose Gold Slow Juicer

It's a new year, and a new you, which means a newfound commitment to replacing that sugary soda with something a bit more wholesome—like, say, a delicious and gut-healing glass of celery juice. (Hey, if it's good enough for Kyle Richards, it's good enough for us.) Whether you’re looking to ramp up your meal prepping game or find tasty new ways to sneak in extra nutrients, investing in a proper juicer can be an actual game-changer on your fitness journey. But not all juicers are created equal. With so many different types to choose from, from centrifugal juicers with customizable pulp options to slow-churning masticating juicers that can extend the shelf life of your precious juice, the search can be a bit daunting. That's why we've searched high and low for the best juicers on the market that will be intuitive to use, extract your beverage without leaving waste behind and yield the perfect drink that’ll actually get you excited about hitting your recommended five to ten servings of produce a day.

What To Look For in a Juicer

When looking for the best juicer for your lifestyle, ask yourself the following questions.

Different Types of Juicers

Now that you’ve narrowed down some of your priorities, it’s time to take a closer look at the types of juicers available to you.

How to Use a Juicer

The way to use your juicer depends on the type and model you have, so always read directions carefully before juicing up. Below are a few handy and universal tips.

The Best Juicers At a Glance

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Best Centrifugal Juicer

If you’re looking for fresh juice in a pinch, Breville’s best-selling centrifugal juicer is a great bet, and a favorite among veteran and beginner juicers alike. Its 3-inch fruit chute allows you to insert large or even whole chunks of produce to save time on cutting and chopping, and its stainless-steel cutting disk and ultra-fine mesh basket work together to remove most pulp. It has a 1.1-liter juice jug for multiple servings, and, thanks to its integrated frothing separator, you’ll get more juice than froth in each glass.

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10 of the Best Juicers to Buy for a Healthier You in 2022 1. Breville JE98XL Centrifugal Juicer 6. Ninja Cold-Press Juicer Pro 7. Cuisinart CCJ500 Citrus Juicer 8. NutriBullet Slow Juicer 9. Hurom Rose Gold Slow Juicer

Best Juicer for Pulp Control

For its modest size at less than 7 inches wide, Ninja’s cold-press juicer sure packs a punch. You’ll love playing around with the consistency of your beverage courtesy of its pulp control feature, which allows for no pulp, some pulp or lots of pulp. Its 150-watt motor gently extracts at low speeds, yielding fresh liquid with less oxidation and no foam, and the anti-drip level and included cleaning brush make the experience hassle-free. Need inspo? Check out the included recipe guide for a drink you'll be—wait for it— juiced about.

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Best Citrus Juicer

If a freshly squeezed glass of OJ every morning sounds like your idea of heaven, you’re in for a real treat with Cuisinart’s citrus juicer. It has custom controls for low, medium and large amounts of pulp, and a final spin feature to extract every last drop of juice, making for low waste. All of the removable parts are dishwasher-safe and BPA-free, and at just over 5 inches wide, it’s compact for an electric citrus juicer. With this top-rated pick you can also experiment with the likes of lemons, limes and grapefruit for a citrusy zest to add to salad dressings and sauces—mmm!

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Best Slow Juicer

While the NutriBullet slow juicer is by no means the cheapest juicer on this list, it does offer great value for what you’re getting. The super-strong auger tackles the toughest of produce for a pulp-free refreshing sip, the powerful motor churns slowly (65 RPMs) and quietly for juice that’s exposed to limited oxidation and the drip-proof spout and included cleaning brush will keep your counter space tidy. It even has washable parts, save for the auger and pusher. To make the most of your juicing experience, consult the included recipe guide for tips and tricks on incorporating the leftover pulp into a range of tasty dishes.

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Most Stylish Juicer

If you want something that's pretty to look at, this ultra-luxurious Hurom slow juicer will be your best bet. With an auger that spins at an ultra-slow 43 RPM to mimic the rate of hand-squeezing, you'll get every last drop of juice—not to mention the fact that it will last longer and retain more nutrients. A control lever with fine and coarse strainers allow you to personalize your pulp preferences. Better still, it contains all of the safety features you could ever want for in order to juice confidently, including overheating protection, safety sensors and a chute that's designed to keep fingers out. It’s also effective at making the likes of sorbet, purees, tofu, nut milks, smoothies and ice cream, effectively serving the function of numerous appliances. To clean this device between recipes, simply run water through it and rinse thoroughly.

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