Get All of Your Nutrients with the iTaste Cold-Press JUISIR

If you’re looking for a great way to juice and “eat clean”, you should check out the JUISIR by iTaste, an innovative cold-press juicer that will make sure that you stick to that New Year resolution you made a month ago.

Juicing is one of the easiest ways to incorporate your daily nutrients including fruits and vegetables into your diet. The issue is a lot of people complain about the cumbersome setup and the annoying cleanup process of other brands. Luckily the JUISIR is able to extract all of the natural juices from your favorite healthy foods to present you an awesome beverage on the go.

While many juicers require 20-plus minutes, times of the essence and the JUISIR has your back. Thanks to a powerful mechanism that crushes your foods until their virtually paper-thin, the cold-press juicer can get you all of your nutrients in about 90 seconds. What about clean up, though? Glad you asked. Instead of annoying blades stuck full of pulp, the JUISIR uses unique single use juicing bags that are completely biodegradable (made of natural cotton for single use or silicone for multi-use) and never touch the physical blade thus there’s never anything for you to clean up while rushing out of the door in the morning for work. Powered by a 200-watt motor, the JUISIR can turn 12oz. of raw produce into 8oz. of freshly squeezed, thirst quenching liquid.

If you’re a fan of juicing or always wanted to begin but didn’t know exactly where to start, the JUISIR is certainly worth checking out. Currently a Kickstarter, you can pre-order the JUISIR by itself for $399, of if you’d like to get the bags included it will set you back between $449 (single use bags) or $499 (multi-use bags).

Supplement your diet and keep your resolution going by heading over to JUISIR today for more information.

 


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Greg Alston
Diehard Apple fanboy, and lover of all things tech. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Greg enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, family and friends, live sporting events, good bourbon, Tetris, and pizza. In that order.