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Tribest Green Star Juicers: A Comparison between Models
Here are the answers to some frequently-asked questions we get about the Green Star Juicers:
Q. What are the differences between the GS-1000, GS-2000, and GS-3000?
A. The machines themselves are identical. The attachments that come with the machines, however, vary between models. Refer to diagram below to see which attachments come with which machines.
Q. Will the Green Star Juicer juice wheat grass?
A. Yes. Though most herbs and leafy vegetables prove difficult or impossible to juice with other products, the Green Stars handle them without lagging. Wheat Grass is no exception.
Q. Will this juicer harm nutritional content during the juicing process?
A. No. It is true that other juicers and blenders with fast rotating blades can destroy a substantial amount of nutrients in fruits and vegetables due to the heat during operation. The Green Star Juicer uses twin blades at a low RPM to juice quickly, quietly, and with the least amount of damage to the nutritional content of any juicer on the market today.
Q. What is different about Green Star's Twin-Blade Technology?
A. The powerful, triturating action of TWIN GEAR technology cuts and juices almost all vegetables, including carrots, celery, leafy vegetables, and wheat grass. The patented pocket recess of the TWIN GEAR guides tough, fibrous vegetables and herbs into the juicing area between the two gears. The three cutting points on the TWIN GEAR cut stringy fibers into small pieces, preventing a machine jam, which is common among other dual-gear juicers.
Q. How long can I store my juice after using the Green Star?
A. It varies. Green Stars use strong magnets and a bio-ceramic material to produce fresher juice which can be stored for a longer period of time: some people report storing the juice for up to 48 hours in the refrigerator because of delayed oxidation.
This chart explains the differences between the Green Star Juicer models: