Check for these juicer qualities:
1. Maximum quantity of juice from the produce used.
2. Highest quality of nutritional value possible in the juice extracted.
3. Reasonable juice stability with all the benefits, including extended storage time, freshness and nutrient, enzyme retention.
4. Ease and speed of cleaning up.
5 . Quality of parts and intelligent design.
6. A reasonable warranty and service agreement.
The better the juicer, the less produce you will need. If you can, get the best juicer you can afford as it pays for itself in produce savings over time.
Please check the Gerson Institute webpage for the recommended juicers: http://gerson.org/gerpress/gerson-guide-to-juicers
For the malignant protocol are only two juicers approved: The traditional Norwalk Juicer and the newer PURE Juicer.
You also can combine the Champion Juicer with and additional hydraulic press.
We both switched to the PURE Juicer and are enjoying our daily juices even more. The difference in juice yield and quality is simply amazing!
We also use the Kuvings C7000. A wonderful and super easy juicer, perfect for traveling (or if you live in an apartment). The Hurom 101 is also dream juicer. Very quiet and super easy to clean!
Listen to Charlotte Gerson talking about juicing: