In my experience, centrifugal juicers have worked very well. The carrot and cucumber juices I drink daily have really cleansed my skin and have also helped out my digestive system an awful lot.
But a book im reading mentions the fact that the heat produced when a centrifugal juicer gets to work can either kill or harm the nutrients we need.
Can anyone point me to perhaps a test or experiment in which that theory was explored? I guess im just curious and, even if centrifugal juicers killed Â‘partÂ’ of the nutrients in a food, clearly enough survive so as to be able to have a beneficial effect on me and my health