Omega Juicer

What is it?
One of the best all-round juicers on the planet, in my opinion.

What does it do?
The single auger action slow-juices fruits and vegetables, as well as wheatgrass. It also makes some pretty mean nut pâtés and vegan ice creams. Banana is my favourite.

Who should use it?
Everyone who wants to get into juicing, or who has a juicer which does not juice wheatgrass (you seriously need to start taking 2fl oz every day). Or if you’re fed up with spending ages cleaning your juicer and want something good-looking on your counter top.

Why I love it
Compared to my Champion juicer and the old centrifugal juicer I had many moons ago, this machine ticks all the boxes, and it’s also the one provided in the Health Educator houses at Hippocrates. It’s easy to clean, it produces a good juice (in terms of nutritional integrity), it makes mincemeat (so to speak) of wheatgrass, and I can use it to make ice cream and nut butters and pâtés. Plus, it gives a good yield and it’s all washed up in a jiffy.

WATCH HOW EASY IT IS TO MAKE ICE CREAM HERE!

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This section has taken a great deal of time to compile. Why? Because it had to be right, only guiding you towards products I use myself on a regular basis, or, if it’s irrelevant to me, trusting the word of someone else I know who rates it highly, who has had cause to use the product themselves.

Wherever possible, the products will be organic – always my own personal first choice. If they are not, it’s more than likely that it is unofficially organic – not doused in harmful chemicals and sourced from a small producer who cannot afford the exorbitant costs it can mean to certify a product as organic.

And, wherever relevant, all products are vegan and cruelty-free. (You can’t get a vegan water pick, for example. I did try).

I will NEVER knowingly break these promises. But if you find out that any of the products listed in this section fall below par for whatever reason, please contact me.

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