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Bosch 700W Juicer £10.00 @ B&M

£10.00 @ B&M Retail
Product Features: Stainless steel micro filter basket for best juice extraction Aluminum die cast clamp: high tightening force = no leakage Active motor management: Juicer only works when all…
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4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
Product Features:

Stainless steel micro filter basket for best juice extraction

Aluminum die cast clamp: high tightening force = no leakage

Active motor management: Juicer only works when all parts are properly assembled no risk of injury or spilling

Universal use for different types of fruit and vegetables

Two speed settings for hard and soft fruit

Easy to clean: all parts dishwasher safe

Rubber feet: providing stability

Automatic pulp emission

Large removable pulp container

Container for juice and foam separator

Integrated cable storage

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#1
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1 Like #2
hot hot hot hot oO
1 Like #3
Great price, tried both, my preference is smoothie makers...
22 Likes #4
Sadly the spot at the back of my cupboard is full, so I can't buy this just to put there.

;-)
#5
IS it nationwide ??
#6
Page does not exist must have run out of stock
#7
is nothing on B&M website
1 Like #8
pantaiema
IS it nationwide ??


​no
1 Like #9
pantaiema
IS it nationwide ??


​yes x
#10
700W??? My strimmer is only 350W!
4 Likes #11
There is a lot of evidence that juicing is not particularly healthy. Smoothies are a much better buy as they keep the goodness of the whole fruit. Good price though.
2 Likes #12
Agree with above comments about health benefits (I'm a dietitian).
1 Like #13
muntyflumple
Agree with above comments about health benefits (I'm a dietitian).
Where is your evidence?
James Vale and Joe Cross to name but two are very convincing re juicing.
#14
anything left on hounslow branch?
4 Likes #15
happychappy
muntyflumple
Agree with above comments about health benefits (I'm a dietitian).
Where is your evidence?
James Vale and Joe Cross to name but two are very convincing re juicing.

Neither of whom are trained nutrition experts; I'd say that's evidence enough..
Also, consider the fact that juicing breaks down the fibre within the fruit/vegetable, meaning your body has no processing to do. You're then ultimately really only getting sugar from it (not great for any diabetics), plus the micronutrients that weren't destroyed in the juicing process; water-soluble vitamins are notoriously delicate and easily damaged.

Edited By: muntyflumple on Oct 01, 2016 12:36
#16
Accidentally cooled it... my apologies heat anyhow
1 Like #17
muntyflumple
You're then ultimately really only getting sugar from it

What a load of **** you're regurgitating. Absolutely untrue.
1 Like #18
muntyflumple
happychappy
muntyflumple
Agree with above comments about health benefits (I'm a dietitian).
Where is your evidence?
James Vale and Joe Cross to name but two are very convincing re juicing.
Neither of whom are trained nutrition experts; I'd say that's evidence enough..
Also, consider the fact that juicing breaks down the fibre within the fruit/vegetable, meaning your body has no processing to do. You're then ultimately really only getting sugar from it (not great for any diabetics), plus the micronutrients that weren't destroyed in the juicing process; water-soluble vitamins are notoriously delicate and easily damaged.
Oh dear Munty whatever, I did not state the individuals were qualified in fact they both state in their books that they are not!
However the statements made by both of them are far more convincing than your waffle.
Could you please provide as originally requested evidence of your waffle please.
And I am not a Dr or a dietion. I do however enjoy juicing AND the recipes particularly from Jason Vale have helped with various ailments, a factor my Dr (who is qualified) has agreed with and endorsed.
1 Like #19
happychappy
muntyflumple
happychappy
muntyflumple
Agree with above comments about health benefits (I'm a dietitian).
Where is your evidence?
James Vale and Joe Cross to name but two are very convincing re juicing.
Neither of whom are trained nutrition experts; I'd say that's evidence enough..
Also, consider the fact that juicing breaks down the fibre within the fruit/vegetable, meaning your body has no processing to do. You're then ultimately really only getting sugar from it (not great for any diabetics), plus the micronutrients that weren't destroyed in the juicing process; water-soluble vitamins are notoriously delicate and easily damaged.
Oh dear Munty whatever, I did not state the individuals were qualified in fact they both state in their books that they are not!
However the statements made by both of them are far more convincing than your waffle.
Could you please provide as originally requested evidence of your waffle please.
And I am not a Dr or a dietion. I do however enjoy juicing AND the recipes particularly from Jason Vale have helped with various ailments, a factor my Dr (who is qualified) has agreed with and endorsed.


​Juicing releases the sugars in fruit and removes the insoluble fibre; blending also releases the sugars and tears apart theinsoluble fibre. Most of the sugar in fruit is fructose, which can only be processed by the liver. 

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/should-i-still-drink-fruit-juice
#20
Unable to find any near Harrow, London :(
#21
MDL199
There is a lot of evidence that juicing is not particularly healthy. Smoothies are a much better buy as they keep the goodness of the whole fruit. Good price though.

I think Juicing takes the fiber out of the drink and Smoothies dont and its the Fiber thats really good for us, a drink with just the juice is bad because its so high in sugar wheres the fiber helps our body slowly release it and not a sudden spike in sugar which is not healthy
#22
happychappy
muntyflumple
happychappy
muntyflumple
Agree with above comments about health benefits (I'm a dietitian).
Where is your evidence?
James Vale and Joe Cross to name but two are very convincing re juicing.
Neither of whom are trained nutrition experts; I'd say that's evidence enough..
Also, consider the fact that juicing breaks down the fibre within the fruit/vegetable, meaning your body has no processing to do. You're then ultimately really only getting sugar from it (not great for any diabetics), plus the micronutrients that weren't destroyed in the juicing process; water-soluble vitamins are notoriously delicate and easily damaged.
Oh dear Munty whatever, I did not state the individuals were qualified in fact they both state in their books that they are not!
However the statements made by both of them are far more convincing than your waffle.
Could you please provide as originally requested evidence of your waffle please.
And I am not a Dr or a dietion. I do however enjoy juicing AND the recipes particularly from Jason Vale have helped with various ailments, a factor my Dr (who is qualified) has agreed with and endorsed.


Please consider Mr Vale and Cross:

a) provide anecdotal data.
b) rely on juicing, detoxing, selling diets etc for a living. I'm not denying their personal successes and experiences of course.
c) seemed to not exactly be living perfect lifestyles then eventually changed that to follow pretty much basic medical advice with the added unique selling point of juicing.
d) seem to attribute majority of weight loss to the same USP of juicing when calorie intake is clearly reduced.

There is no significant evidence that juicing is significantly more beneficial than eating the whole fruit and veg or that that it can cure specific ailments. I'd be surprised if the juicing diet sites can provide that though. A major theme of these diets seems to be detoxing, which is pure marketing fluff. Having a glass of kale, ginseng, acai, bananas or whatever is not a miracle cure for an ailment or necessary to counteract/remove unspecified "toxins".

In my opinion, not a dietitian by the way, having a glass of fruit and veg blended or juiced etc in combination with a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle is not a significant problem. It's probably more ideal to consume these fruit and veg whole as part of your diet because the sugar content can be quite high in some recipes and we know too much can be bad. However, I don't think you will be at risk any more or less than anyone else who has a glass of fruit juice a day or eats several portions of fruit.

We need to eat more fruit and veg, all experts agree on this and probably want to promote it as much as possible. If juicing was as beneficial as the diet industry makes out, the NHS website and doctors would be giving quite different advice to reflect it. Juicing is one purely convenient way but a major reason for this advice is because of the fibre they provide and juicing can obviously reduce this benefit. This is why I think they could be used as a supplement to an already balanced diet and not some miracle "detox" cure to reverse or counteract poorer diets and lifestyles.
#23
endothecat
happychappy
muntyflumple
happychappy
muntyflumple
Agree with above comments about health benefits (I'm a dietitian).
Where is your evidence?
James Vale and Joe Cross to name but two are very convincing re juicing.
Neither of whom are trained nutrition experts; I'd say that's evidence enough..

You should read down the page where it says
( scaremongering’ is overshadowing the positive contribution that fruit juice makes to the nation’s health )
Many experts disagree with what is said about fruit juice and even more so smoothies.
You should watch Fat sick and nearly dead documentary and see what experts say on there.
Also, consider the fact that juicing breaks down the fibre within the fruit/vegetable, meaning your body has no processing to do. You're then ultimately really only getting sugar from it (not great for any diabetics), plus the micronutrients that weren't destroyed in the juicing process; water-soluble vitamins are notoriously delicate and easily damaged.
Oh dear Munty whatever, I did not state the individuals were qualified in fact they both state in their books that they are not!
However the statements made by both of them are far more convincing than your waffle.
Could you please provide as originally requested evidence of your waffle please.
And I am not a Dr or a dietion. I do however enjoy juicing AND the recipes particularly from Jason Vale have helped with various ailments, a factor my Dr (who is qualified) has agreed with and endorsed.

​Juicing releases the sugars in fruit and removes the insoluble fibre; blending also releases the sugars and tears apart theinsoluble fibre. Most of the sugar in fruit is fructose, which can only be processed by the liver. 

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/should-i-still-drink-fruit-juice
#24
I had high blood pressure and high sugar levels and started having half fruit and half veg smoothie with added protein powered for breakfast every morning and after 3 weeks my blood pressure and sugar levels are normal and no i didnt change the rest of my diet, it might have been the smoothie but i cant say for sure but i do not make my smoothies all that smooth, i tend to leave it a bit lumpy so this may be keeping some extra fibers in the fruit and veg again i cant say for sure buy just remember to use mouth wash after every smoothie and your teeth should be fine.
#25
Only one was available in stock.. this was ex-display item. i collected it. Mark this as expired.
#26
sandyu
Only one was available in stock.. this was ex-display item. i collected it. Mark this as expired.
unless this was lol
there are other stores where others could visit
BTW which store did you pick it up from so the other locals can avoid going to
#27
I like to juice up too.
Clenbuterol, Nandrolone and Oxymethalone being amongst my favourite steroids.
#28
Yay just got one hot hot hot thank ywou
#29
I like juicing because eating 6 carrots is time consuming and hard work on the jaw... whereas juiced, they're chucked down the hatch and away (or can be drank slowly and pleasurably ;)

I also use the left over fibre as a base for fritters or baked treats/biscuits :)

Edited By: Syanideuk on Oct 05, 2016 16:44
#30
I cant found on shop... You know if I can buy on internet???
#31
nightmare to clean. used ours twice then sold it on eBay. if you want a juicer get one that crushes fruit not blends. you have to peel all fruit with inedible skins too so adding the cleaning time makes these machines a waste of time
#32
cjdean1983
nightmare to clean. used ours twice then sold it on eBay. if you want a juicer get one that crushes fruit not blends. you have to peel all fruit with inedible skins too so adding the cleaning time makes these machines a waste of time


​but you can find 10£ on ebay??? if yes send link please

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