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"Keeping juice cool is an important element in preserving nutrients."
To keep vitamins and nutrients intact, you need to juice quickly and evenly so you don't push heat and air into the cells. With a centred feed chute and less than 2 degrees of heat transfer, this juicer maximises the nutrition.
The extra wide feed chute means you can juice bigger fruit and vegetables, so whole apples can fit down the chute without having to cut them first. The included Nutri Disc has titanium reinforced cutting blades which ensure they stay sharp longer.
Heston's Tip: When it comes to nutrition, it is generally believed the fresher, and rawer the food, the better. While this is true for most fruits, it's not true for all. Lycopene for example, is found in most red fruits like tomatoes and red capsicums (yes they are both fruits!) and is said to reduce the risk of some cancers. Lycopene actually increases its ability to be absorbed in the body after being exposed to heat, especially in tomatoes.
So when it comes to juicing, experiment with as many fruits and vegetables as you can to maximise your nutrition. However, unless you’re making a Bloody Mary, try throwing the tomatoes in the saucepan instead!
There's just no comparison between freshly made fruit and vegetable juice and packaged juice from the store. But who has the time to chop and slice?
Sage revolutionised juicing in 1999 with the world's first juicer to juice whole fruit. Now, the chute is 25% larger to juice large apples, pears and oranges in seconds. With its patented feed tube and filter, it extracts more juice from fruits and vegetables. Automatic pulp ejection, two speeds, metal finish and an easy clean design.
Sage's patented juicing system extracts more juice and transfers less than 1.5°C of heat to maximise nutrients, enzyme and vitamin yield in its natural form. The juicers extract up to 70% of the nutrition right into your glass.
Independent laboratories put our juicers to the test. They measured the nutrients your body needs - like Vitamin C, Potassium, Iron, and Vitamin B1 — before and after juicing apples, carrots, and celery.
The juicers transferred an average of 69.5% from produce to juice. That means you can take advantage of several servings of fresh vegetables quickly — all at once.
Almost all Sage juicers are designed to juice whole fruit without chopping or slicing. Some juicers also have Sage's extra wide chutes that are another 25% larger (85 mm diameter) to accept even bigger fruit.
A thinner mesh reduces the surface area between the fruit and the cup. These Italian made filter baskets have almost 40,000 tiny pores to help extract up to 30% more juice.
All Sage juice extractors automatically eject the dry pulp into a collection basket while juicing. Most Sage juicers also have this pulp collection basket located externally for easy clean up and minimal down time when juicing many litres at a time.
Smooth, rounded parts without food traps prevent pulp from sticking and make rinsing under the tap fast and simple. The easy clean models also come with a specially designed scrubbing brush to clean the filter mesh quickly and easily.
Sage believe that the only way to design the most innovative and useful kitchen appliances is to understand the food that they help you prepare. What better way to innovate and develop, than to collaborate with one of the world's most celebrated food thinkers - Heston Blumenthal.
I have used the sage juicer and it works really well, it is easy to clean and you can really see the fruit juice as the jugs fill up quickly. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mrs. D. K. Bhambra
We juice a lot, 2-3 times daily. This machine replaced a Philips juicer that lasted about 18 months. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Sarah Fleming
I mainly juice leafy green and somehow the pulp is always really wet and then I have to squeeze it through a muslin to get the rest of the juice out.Published 1 month ago by Sueke
Best justices I've had from a juicer - bought a £29.99 one it broke in 3 weeks and delivered half the amount of JuicePublished 1 month ago by dmhearth