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Here’s Why The Nama J2 Cold Press Juicer Is The Best On The Market


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Want to know how I boost my fruit and vegetable intake throughout the week? It’s juicing!

Fresh juices are a great way to hydrate and support your nutrition intake. Recent research continues to show significant health benefits for people who eat more fresh produce.

Specifically, those who ate at least five servings of fruits and vegetables per day were found to have a 10 percent lower risk of death from cancer and a 35 percent lower risk of death from respiratory diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Which is obvious right?

Buying juice – specifically green juice – can be expensive though and home juicers are often clunky, hard-to-clean, and take up extra time in the kitchen. That’s exactly why I recommend NAMA’s new J2 cold press juicer. Check out the video below where you can get a behind the scenes preview of PBN co-founder and I filming with it!

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As you might be aware, Plant Based News is insanely mission-focused. When it was launched as a social media platform back in 2015, its sole purpose was to raise awareness about the beneficial effects of a plant-based diet. I’m now regularly out on the streets debating people about how you don’t need to consume animal protein for example.

And this is why everyone at PBN loves NAMA. Dan, the founder of the company, is someone who walks the talk. You can read his transformative health story here.

The best juicer we’ve ever tried. Get $55 off with code PBNReview.

Robbie – my partner-in-crime at PBN – has been recommending NAMA for years. And I’ve only recently started using their new J2 model, which we are proud to offer our readers an exclusive $55 off over the next month with Code: PBNReview.

It’s designed to make juicing at home as easy and hassle-free as possible. It’s truly a game-changer that allows you to make delicious, vibrant juice in just minutes.

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The large “hopper” canister allows you to load a whole apple, celery sticks, a big bunch of kale leaves, or whatever your recipe calls for! That’s right, the juicer cuts and loads produce for you, so you don’t have to stand around feeding one ingredient in at a time. It is an almost hands-free experience. 

The Nama J2 is also extremely easy to clean and takes no more than three minutes. You don’t have to dig dry juice pulp of out of every nook of the machine. It has specific features for fast and effortless cleaning, which we truly appreciate. 


You can also use this juicer to make smoothies, soups, sauces, and plant-based milks. I love these options for helping reduce the number of appliances in my kitchen. 

If you have little ones in your house, the J2 is equipped with safety features so children can enjoy juicing. We know how healthy habits can begin when you are young, so this machine is a perfect way to introduce children to juicing. In fact, many of the plant-based doctors we collaborate with rave about it!

This model is already available in the U.S. and Canada (click here to get access with $55 off using discount code PBNReview) with European, Australian, and United Kingdom international plug options coming soon serving over 200 countries. (Sign up to get notified.)   

Nama has an array of products, but the J2 happens to be my favourite (as well as my business partner Robbie’s). Our second favourite is the Vitality 5800. Whether you’ve been juicing for years or want to get started, we are super confident it will do the job for you! Plus they offer a 15 year guarantee with the product so it will last for decades!

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Klaus Mitchell

Klaus is a director, producer, and the founder of Plant Based News.

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