We often get customers contacting us as they're confused by whether or not they have examine the benefits of blending versus juicing. They're totally different machines with completely different functions and each has their own place in a very healthy area.
Juicer has the blades that separate the pulp from the fruit and vegetables; on the other hand, blender has also blades which blend pulp with juice. It doesn't have a part to take pulp out while juicing. Prep for juicing is easy - just wash your fruit or vegetables and put them in whole through your juicer. But for blending smoothie ingredients in a blender these can sometimes require more prep but some blenders work better if you peel and chop your fruit or vegetables.
There are some opinions that we don't get any fiber if we make juice in a juicer but it is noted that the two kinds of fiber are available which work in your body:
Soluble fiber remains in your juice even when you take out the pulp. Soluble fiber sucks up water in the bowels, forming a gel which helps to slow the transit of food through your digestive tract.
Insoluble fiber is found in the smoothie as the pulp. Insoluble fiber makes you feel full because it exactly places more room in your stomach. This fiber aids keep you regular. Since your body doesn't soak up much of it, it also includes bulk to your stool.
Finally we can say that rather than choosing between these two kitchen machines, it's possibly more appropriate to decide which one to buy first. Almost all family already have a kitchen blender which is able of doing fruit smoothies and grinding small quantities of solid and dry fruit or vegetables. If you can put up with the limitations of your existing household blender, then adding a good quality masticating juicer will help you access additional nutrition from fruit and vegetable juices. Though juicer is better than blender for smooth juice, if you are able to buy a good juicer and a good blender, we recommend both.