February 11, 2013

NutriPro Juicer Giveaway!


Brand New! Efficient! Easy! A Few Quick Minutes and You're Done! 

And yeah, this may perfectly describe the Bella NutriPro Juicer but...I was actually speaking about this blog post.

Because this is gonna be brief folks, as there is a comprehensive and enormously helpful NutriPro Juicer Review over at MizFit's blog.

Check it out! It will fully explain the awesomeness of this machine, plus there are lots of adorable pictures.

And just how stupid am I?  I mean, um, how just how generous am I?  I figured since I was a "blender person," and not much of a "juicer person," I'd do this as a blog giveaway because I know many of you like to juice the hell out of things and I wasn't sure I was mentally prepared to cheat on my beloved healthy smoothies. Even if it might be tempting to start spending my mornings with a thinner, lighter, sexier breakfast companion.

Now, reading what I missed out on, I'm thinking Carla is a heck of a lot smarter than I am. (Well, I knew that anyway).  This looks to be a very high end machine with amazing powers. And I had no idea you could do stuff with the pulp like bake with it! 

On the other hand, my loss is your gain, if you are the lucky winner. (And sorry, this one's U.S. only).

Since I was too dumb to experiment with it myself, let me introduce you to this handsome no-blade, cold-press type juicer by lazily cribbing from the promotional literature and then taking shameless liberties with it.

Why this thingy looks like it could be pretty cool:
  • It uses a two-stage cold press juicing technology that operates via a chewing (mastication) method to produce high-quality juice from each fruit and vegetable.  (Which sounds kinda creepy in a way, but let's assume it only chews what you feed it and will not develop a sudden craving for small pets or smartphones).
  • The single juicing screw in the processing bowl first crushes, the compresses and squeezes out the juice. (Oh crap, we have squeezing and screwing in the same paragraph, here come the porno googlers!)
  • There are no fast-spinning blades that cut and pulverize the fruits and vegetables to produce juice. This minimizes oxidation, no heat is used, and more nutrients and enzymes are preserved. Enzymes aid digestion, keep you youthful and vibrant and increase energy. Enzymes also help break down foods and tell the nutrients where they are most needed in the body. (Hey enzymes, while you're turning me all youthful and vibrant, could you also send some cellulite-destroying nutrients straight to my ass? 'K thanks!)
  • The NutriPro Juicer  yields more juice from certain fruits and vegetables than other juicers. For example, the NutriPro produced 66% more pineapple juice than one of its main competitors. (Pina Coladas, yay!  Breakfast of slightly inebriated champions!)
  • It's also easy to clean and dishwasher safe. It's sleek vertical design easily fits on the countertop and saves space over larger horizontal professional juicers.(And if you start drinking celery juice instead of all those carmel frappucinos, you too may be sporting a new sleek vertical design).
Also, FYI, the juicer retails for  $250, but they also have a trial offer with free shipping for 15 bucks if you don't win and are curious.

To Enter The Giveaway

Sorry again that it's U.S. only. Just leave a comment and the winner will be announced next Monday and you'll have until Friday the 22nd to claim it or someone else gets YOUR cold press juicer.

Are you juice person, a smoothie person, both or neither? Thoughts about juice?


153 comments:

  1. Always been a smoothie person, but looking for an excuse to try juicing!

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  2. oooh we need to marry our blogs (do I need to ask permission from the Lobster?!).
    Ill review. I no mo'do giveaways. I send em here!!

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  3. I've been thinking about getting a juicer for a while, but I'd love to win one instead! Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  4. Dang. I would love to win this as I am waaaaay too cheap to buy it and I already have an old juicer around here some place.
    Meanwhile, I made a smoothie out of coconut milk and a banana yesterday. It was very good.

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  5. As someone who looked over what she ate yesterday and mused "is wine a vegetable?", I could probably use a juicer!

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    1. Hmm... never thought of winemaking with a juicer but could this be yet another reason I shoulda gone for it? A juicer, a cask, a little time, whatever the hell else they add to wine to make it not taste like moldy grape juice... think of all those lovely antioxidants!

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    2. If y'all can figure this one out, I will definitely have to get a juicer!!!

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  6. I'm a smoothie person. I don't know much about juicing but really want to learn. My blender can't handle pureeing apples, carrots, etc but I like smoothies with avocado, kale and spinach!

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  7. We've wanted to try juicing, but not owning a juicer, nor wanting to spend race entrie fees on buying one, has stopped us...would LOVE to win this!

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  8. Both! I like to juice an apple or orange, along with a lemon and a cucumber, then take that juice and blend it with a nub of ginger, some greens (usually spinach or kale), and half a small avocado...best of both worlds: juice and smoothie!

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  9. Looks easy to use. I have a juicer, buts a PITA to clean, so I don't use it as often as I should. Since I'm canadian I'll just sit back and relax and make myself some juice here and see who wins :)

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  10. This is exactly the kind of juicer I would love to upgrade from my hand-me down from the early 90s Hamilton Beach centrifugal juicer. Um, who's a juicing nerd? This gal!

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  11. I've been thinking I want a juicer - but whenever I look at the cost I get scared. To win one though? That would be perfect!!

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  12. Okay, I liked your Facebook, faced your Likebook, tweeted, retweeted and untweeted it, flirted with your eHarmony profile, offered a job to your LinkedIn page, pinned your Pinterest, thumbed up on StumbleUpon, invented a whole new thing called HappyButt and gave it five spankings. What more can I possibly do?

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    1. I think HappyButt has real possibilities as the next social networking phenomenon.

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    2. Thanks for the Cranky Spankies Jack, I think you're onto something with HappyButt. More fun to get spanked than plussed or klouted or stumbledupon or thumbed up by any of the million social media sites I never take advantage of. After all, sometimes I am a naughty, naughty girl. (Um, do I get to pick which hot celebrity administers the "endorsement?")

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  13. I'm really neither. I'll do smoothies on rare occasion, because they ARE tasty, but I always say I prefer to chew my calories. I just feel like it's more physically satisfying than sucking it through a straw.

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  14. I got a juicer (not this one, one of the Brevilles) in a burst of enthusiasm -- think I've used it three times. Once I went through the hassles of clean-up and thought about the amount of produce to get a good yield, I started thinking the little bottles at Whole Foods weren't as overpriced as they used to look. (So if anyone in the Washington, DC area is interested in a juicer ... )

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  15. Lurve smoothies! 1 c. plain yogurt, 1 cup berries (fresh or frozen), 1 apple, as much spinach as you can cram in there (2-3 c.)and a splash of o.j. to get the blender started. Takes 5 minutes and makes 2 big servings, for two breakfasts or (because I am the world's laziest cook) one dinner. Tastes like a milkshake and 100% good for you.

    If you love the fun and flavours in making your own juices, then go nuts! But I think the fibre is what makes fruits and veggies filling and digestively useful.

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    1. Sigh. Thats ONE serving in my smoothie world Trabb's Boy, which perhaps explains the need for portion control attention. :)

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  16. would love to make own juices!!!

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  17. would love to try making juices!

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  18. My kitchen skills plus electricity ... NO better not. I already made the vacumn cleaner go BOOM! It was SO cool! Anyway I'm in Canada.

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  19. I am a juicer type person - I like smoothies okay but can never seem to make them right. My boyfriend is a great smoothie maker. Don't currently have a juicer, had to sell it to buy Christmas gifts for the kids a few years ago. Would be nice to have on again. :)

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  20. I'm a little bit of both. I really like smoothies and they're easy to prepare and I've yet to find someone who will turn down a smoothie. I also like drinking juices but it can get expensive with all the produce you need to add. That being said if you garden it really cuts down on the cost. I don't have a juicer (would love one) but I do know people who have them and love them.
    mosquints(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  21. Oh, soooo tempting. We have a Breville that we use almost daily. I love it, but it doesn't have both the squeezing and the screwing. Not sure which it has, but it definitely doesn't have both. I have a traditional smoothie from the blender every morning. Then, I also make juice in my Breville to take to work with me. Thanks for the opportunity to win big, Crabby!

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  22. I'm a smoothie person, but that's because I've never used a juicer, never had the budget for one. Since I'm having trouble getting the smoothie ratios right lately, a juicer interlude could be nice!
    yabobubble (at) hotmail

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  23. We've talked about getting a blender or food processor for a while, partly for smoothie experiments, but our little kitchen's already so full it'd probably mean getting rid of the sandwich toaster ... I'm not sure that's something we're ready for yet, as a family.

    Hey ho, I'm not in the US anyway! #8-D

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  24. Ooooo - now we're talkin'..especially the easy cleaning part! Fingers crossed that I'm the lucky winner!

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  25. I don't know if I'm a juicer or not. Maybe I am but thus far it's been an undiscovered kind of thing. Would like to find out. Looks pretty snazzy.:)
    Thanks.
    Gaye

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  26. I have never tried juicing but I think it would be a good way for me to make sure I get more veggies (and fruit) every day.

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  27. Just tried juicing with a blender and straining last week. I like it but it's definitely time consuming! I've definitely noticed more energy and think it's a good way to eat celery and other veggies I'm not crazy about. Thanks!

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  28. I'm a juice person for sure. It's a great way to get in my fruits in veggies that I otherwise wouldn't.

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  29. I'd love to have my very own juicer.

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  30. I'm in between - I use a high powered blender to make my drinks which I drink twice a day - full of vegetables and fruit but I'd love to have a juicer as well to supplement my diet - after seeing "Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead", I now believe in the benefits of juicing.

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  31. I love both juices and smoothies, but I have smoothies more often since there is less cleanup involved :)

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  32. Juicing is my favorite way to consume tons of veggies! This one looks much better than my current, garage sale model.

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  33. I'm more of a smoothie person but I want to incorporate more juices into my diet.

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  34. I am a smoothie person but considering the many benefits of juicing, I am ready to switch!

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  35. I usually have a smoothie for breakfast, but that's only because I don't have a juicer. I have been looking into them...such a good way to get vegetable nutrients.

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  36. I an definitely a smoothie person. Love a good mango, pineapple, strawberry smoothie! (mistydawn777@yahoo.com)

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  37. I have both a blender and a juicer, so I'm set for now :) The hard part was settling in with an adequate blender (I got sucked in to the Nutribullet marketing machine - but, I swear this thing really, really works like a top!!)

    My dear, wonderful sisters gave me a juicer over a year ago and THAT'S what truly started a HUGELY positive wheel turning in my life. The juicer was a symbol (long story) as much as anything else. I use it now mainly in the warmer months when I crave those refreshing drinks and don't so much mind the splashing that inevitably ensues with proper PITA clean up work.

    I am the only person I know that does smoothies predominantly for dinner (v. breakfast or lunch). I do my cardio work out after work and go to bed early so I can get the strength stuff done before work in the morning. So, blending dinner helps make sure I can go horizontal early and not encounter as many digestive difficulties as might be with a 'heavier'/denser meal AND it is pretty fast to prepare and clean up.

    Looking forward to seeing who wins this one!

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  38. I have been a smoothie person because I've never had a juicer. I'd love to give it a try, though!

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  39. Watched "Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead", and almost bought a juicer. Would love to win one instead!

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  40. I'm a juice person only because I tend not to like the milky nature of smoothies. Having said that I like making smoothies at home with my kids with just some yogurt and fresh fruit like strawberries or peaches so it's not too sweet.

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  41. I've always been a smoothie person, but juicing intrigues me.

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  42. Have been making smoothies but I didn't know you could bake with pulp! Now I'm interested (and would enjoy the juice as well)

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  43. This would be prefect to make our daily smoothies, love it.

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  44. It's true there is nothing like a good green smoothie, in my opinion. But we just discovered some space on our counter top and a juicer would be perfect to take the spot.

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  45. I would so love to win this! I have a Blendtec now for my protein smoothies & wonder how it would compare with that? Love to get a chance to try!

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  46. It's true there is nothing like a good green smoothie, in my opinion. But we just discovered some space on our counter top and a juicer would be perfect to take the spot.

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  47. I have wanted a juicer for years but not purchased one - this would be something my kids would even find fun so they'd continue to eat healthy.

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  48. OOOoOoO Can some1 say YAY? Ive been researching masticating juicers for 3 days now (never done it but am determined to find the perfect juicer) and am even dreaming about the wonders of juicing changing my life literally I dream of juicing SmH! Its bit obsessive but Im dying to find a method that works for my life in health and wellness! I WANT LONGEVITY..... and tasty juice :)

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  49. This is great! I love smoothies but I've wanted to try juicing... a spinach banana strawberry mix would be yummy!

    jfong1130 at yahoo dot com

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  50. Yes! I'd like to win. No I'm not a juicer but my husband is! My daughter the triathlete would also go for it. So, it's all good. Wow there are already a million entries. This one is popular. But y'all can stop now I've just sent in the winning entry. I hope!
    Ciao,
    Bob Ben

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  51. It takes me longer to clean my juicer than actually making the juice, so would love to give this a try.

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  52. I am somewhat new to the wonders of juicing and smoothies, but I'm HOOKED! I absolutely love how I am feeling, so healthy and clean. However, at present I would say I enjoy my Smoothies more due to the lack of efficiency of my economy juicer. It allows far to much juice to remain in the pulp even allowing big pieces of produce to pass through. I love this new lifestyle I am discovering!

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  53. this would make juicing so much easier
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  54. I'm a smoothie person too! But after I saw the documentary Fat Sick & Nearly Dead. I've been wanting to juice. :)

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  55. I love juicing it is so good for you!! Don't get me wrong I love smoohties too!! But juicing gives so much more energy! I just can not afford an expensive juicer right now! My husband started on juicing to help heal our bodies after watch fat sick and nearly dead we despartley need a good juicer for the sake of his health!!:)

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  56. REady to start Juicing so this would be great!

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  57. I'm a huge smoothie fan, but I'd love to try some super fresh juice!

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  59. I would love to have one! I saw the nearly dead documentary and it really opened my eyes! I want to try the juicer diet. Thanks for the chance! Oh, and I love smoothies but I don't even own a blender.

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  62. So, I love smoothies, but there are some fruits and vegetables that just don't work as well - imho - blended and should be juiced. I have a good blender, but this would be awesome!

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  64. I am a juicer person for sure. My juicer is very old (bought in the late 70's!) and I sure could use a new one.

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    1. Again, oops - I am vera khule at gmail dot com.

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  65. I am a juicer person for sure. My juicer is old (bought in the 70's) and I would love a new one.

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    1. OOPS I am vera khule at gmail dot com.

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  66. Though neither one of us have ever tried it, my husband really wants a juicer.

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  67. i would love to get a juicer for my mom! shes a health nut and i want her to be able to have a juicer!
    daniellex at gmail dot com

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  68. I would love to get this juicer! Trying to drink healthy while breastfeeding is tough! I want all natural!

    -Ashley Marie Morrissey
    ashummz05(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  69. Yeah dude, juicer! Like my kitchen needs any more gadgets but I watched a Netflix documentary on health and now I'm all, "Dude I gotta juice my veggies now!"

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  70. I want to be a juicer person. Ever since I saw Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead, I've been ready to start juicing. I just need a juicer :-P

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  71. If someone else prepares them and cleans up after the process, I am either a juice or a smoothie person. This seems pretty easy to use and clean, though.

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  72. I'm a smoothie person, but I sure could use a juicer. It's pathetic that I live in FL and still buy OJ at the store.

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  73. I adore juice, especially fresh pomegranate juice.

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  74. I love both! I have a smoothie every day, and try to drink fresh juice at least a few times a week. I'm actually thinking about doing a 10 day juice cleanse!
    veganvigilante_bethechange(at)yahoo.com

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  76. We have juiced for 24 years; my old $200 champion is losing its grind. She smokes n whistles as i cram morning oranges into her...she can't really chew up much of anything else.
    Came across your page while looking for another one.
    We play well with others and if we win, promise to provide and maintain this juicer for at least the next 24 years.

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  77. I am neither a smoothie or juicer person, but have always been interested in juicing in order to get the benefits of veggies without the tastes I dislike. :)
    coupons dot guerin at gmail dot com

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  78. I prefer juicing because I love the consistency of the juice compared to the thickness from a smoothie. I always purchase my juice from a store nearby, but I want to make my own. I went through a "juice" detox with my$ 10 blender and cheesecloth as my strainer. Obviously, I didn't do it right because I didn't get the nutrients I'm supposed to. Since then I have researched the proper way of juicing and I'm saving religously for a juicer right now. This giveaway will help me a me! Totally looking forward to juicing!

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  79. A lot of my friends have been on a juicing kick and I'd like to be able to do it at home instead of at their places or the juice shop! I tend to prefer juice over smoothies.

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  80. Hmmm...my comment never posted (thanks, iPhone!), so I apologize if this is a double (or more) comment.
    I love smoothies, but I want to be a juicer! Not the 1980's "juicer" (hello, 'roid rage!), but the 21st century literal juicer! I'm going vegan, and need to get more veggies in me. I buy some from Whole Foods, but it's a bit pricey. (And maybe this way I can get my father-in-law, who had a quadruple bypass 2 years ago, to join me.)

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  81. Looks like I'm just in time to enter for this, would love to try a juicer.

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  82. Looks like I'm just in time to enter for this, would love to try a juicer.

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  83. I go through phases - I love both juice and smoothies! I'd love to have a masticating juicer.

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  84. I haven't tried juicing, but I went through a smoothie phase. I would drive my cats nuts but I would love it! :)

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  85. What a great little juicer. I have been vegan for a few months and would love to be able to juice my veggies :) and change it up some.

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  86. Pick me, pick me! :)

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  87. I was just thinking about starting juicing! Watched back-to-back documentaries this weekend, both which touted the benefits of juicers: "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead" and "Hungry for Change." I'm hungry for change, and this juicer would help me out a lot!

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  88. I've been reading a lot of great things lately about the benefits of juicing. I would love to win this. It would help me live a healthier lifestyle. Great Giveaway!!

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  89. Have been a smoothie person for years and a smoothie-every-morning person for months now but really want to make the leap to juicing. I keep pricing high-end juicers but can't afford a good one and don't want to waste my money on a cheap one. I would so like to win this machine! Thanks for your site. :-)

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  90. I love smoothies but have heard many benefits of juicing. Not quite ready to splurge on a juicer though!

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  91. I love both! They're both awesome, healthy drinks :)

    -Ashley Marie Morrissey
    ashummz05(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  92. I'd love to win this! It would be so useful for smoothies!

    dailydealsjc1 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  93. I have never had a juicer but I love smoothies!
    britibee@gmail.com

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  94. Im a smoothie person, thanks for the giveaway.
    sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

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  95. I prefer juice in the morning but a smoothie in the afternoon! :)

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  96. I would love to win this! I'm pregnant and have been substituting juice instead of soda, and I absolutely LOVE Strawberry Banana smoothies!! Thanks for the chance to win this:)

    babydjs_mom@yahoo.com

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  97. Lost 15+ pounds since the beginning of the year. New me, I need this juicer!!! Would be great to complete my healthy journey!!! Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  98. I have been wanting a juicer living in Florida we have so many choice for fresh fruits and vegetables. Would love to win, thank you!

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  99. I have always been a smoothie person, but would really like to try juicing. I keep running across yummy recipes :)

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  100. I like smoothie---but then, I don't have a juicer and don't really prefer the store-bought.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  101. I am more of a smoothie person, but would love to try out some different 'juicing' recipes.

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  102. I just started a new health regime and a new juicer would be perfect!! Thanks :)
    abgillette at gmail dot com

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  103. am i too late? i'd love to have a juicer.

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  104. I am more of a juice person but smooties are good too

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  105. We are a juice family! i would love to be able to make fresh juice for my boys!

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  106. I am a juice and smoothie person!
    Thanks for the chance!
    sqwalker2@hotmail.com

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  107. Love smoothies I would love to have this juicer :)

    hebb dot julie at gmail dot com

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  108. I am a smoothie person . Thank you for the contest

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  109. I cannot begin to tell you how much of a difference this juicer would make in my recovery. To be able to supply my body with such an amount of nutrients that juicing makes possible would truly be another Blessing. I have been reading so much on juicing and it's benefits. The Gerson Therapy is my next path in healing. Unfortunately the Juicer they recommend is so far out of my budget at this time...
    peacefulperspective@live.com

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  110. This would be so great! I would love to win this!

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  111. I love Juice! My daughter and I would love to win this and make juice together! What a fun activity it would be for her, and I would much rather her drink this juice rather than store-bought with all the sugar and preservatives! Thanks for an awesome giveaway.

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  112. I am a smoothie person, but I have wanted to get a juicer for awhile now to try.

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  113. I have always wanted a juicer and this one looks great! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  114. I love both juice and smoothies. I love that they are so healthy.

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  115. I am a smoothie and Juice person.

    wendym at cableone dot net

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  116. Just talking today with a co-worker how we would both love to have a juicer! So many health benefits to juicing it seems!

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  117. I like smoothies and juice. I have problems digesting raw greens, and would like the benefits that juicing could provide.
    ceevegnashville [at] gmail [dot] com

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  118. I have been wanting a juicer for awhile now. I never get enough fruits and veggies and recently was diagnosed with celiac disease so I have been changing my diet a lot and this would make it so much easier to get all the nutrients and enough fruits and veggies daily!

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  119. I haven't tried juicing, though I'm sure I'll love it just as much as I do smoothies! Thanks for the chance!

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  120. Our family loves juice so this would be awesome!!

    greenday14fan@yahoo.com

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  121. Gotta get family to drink more fresh juice!

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  122. I prefer smoothies. Juice is good too.

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  123. I'm a juice person and so is my wife. She would love this. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  124. My daughter and I started green juicing about two months ago. It would be great if we could win this. sweetbettysue at gmail.com

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  125. I am a smoothie person but would love to try this juicer. I have a super old blender. Trying to eat healthy in my 60th year.
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  126. TheSavySue(at)yahoo(dot)com I love smoothies!

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  127. Lovely! Thanks for the chance.

    We like smoothies, but I'd like to try a juicer.

    lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

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  128. I like some juices and some smoothies. I like juices in the morning and then smoothies at lunch. Great giveaway.
    Sherri J
    savvyblog(at)yahoo.com

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  129. I'm both! I love making juices and smoothies! So healthy and delicious!

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  130. I love smoothies but I really want to try juicing.

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  131. I would LOVE to win the juicer! Store bought juice takes all the nutrients out of the fruits and veggies that we so desperately need.

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  132. Would love love love this juicer! I have one but not a good one like this. If anyone is on the fence about juicing, watch the movie Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead. It inspired us to start juicing and we've almost gone completely vegetarian. crapinola@yahoodotcom. Neva

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  133. i love smoothies :) thanks for the opportunity :) senior06chs@aol.com

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  134. I need this to try some new juicing receipes..thanks, simms3710@yahoo.com

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  135. It would be great to have something different to do with all of our garden items. :) Thanks for the opportunity.

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  136. Would love to win this! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  137. I love smoothies, but I love juicing even more. I get so much energy from it and feel wonderful - it's a great snack or meal replacement.

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  138. I have just watched a few videos on nutrition and juicing. I really want to start and would love to win a juicier.
    shuttermom77 at gmail dot com

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