The Champion Juicer

The Champion Juicer

The Champion Commercial Juicer has always been my favorite. Why? Well, we spent a lot of time together in my healing journey. On the practical side, it extracts a lot of juice, it’s fast, it’s easy to clean up, and it’s built to last. Plus it’s made in the USA with a 10-year warranty. It meets all the criteria of a great juicer. Our Champion has been in our kitchen working like a “champ” since 2004 and get this, a friend recently told me that her mom has had one for 28 years! One more thing about the Champion. You can feed the pulp back through multiple times and it will extract even more juice.

Sadly, Champion Juicers have gone out of business. This juicer will always have a special place in my heart!

The Nama J2

In 2021 Joe Cross took juicing to the next level by designing the Nama J2 Juicer, which has become my favorite juicer. It’s a cold press juicer with a huge feeding container like a blender. You fill it up with your produce, close the lid, turn it on, and walk away! It requires very little prep time. No more feeding one tiny piece of produce at a time into a narrow chute. The Nama J2 is a juicing game-changer!

Learn more about the Nama J2 here

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The Peoples Juice Press

If you want to extract the maximum amount of juice humanly possible, you can use the Champion as a grinder and then press the juice out with the Peoples Juice Press ($399). This two-step process will give you 50% more juice than a Champion or a Green Star/Green Life juicer and even outperforms the $2,400 Norwalk juicer, extracting 2 oz more juice per pound of carrots, and producing juice with the highest enzyme activity, while saving you $1,700 bucks that you can put toward a Berkey Water Filter, a Vitamix Blender, and lots of organic fruits and veggies.


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This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Michele

    Hi Chris,

    I am looking to upgrade my mini l’quip juicer to the Champion juicer. I read that you use the commercial model. May I ask your purpose for this? Also, with yours, do you ever juice kale or leafy greens or wheatgrass and if so, how does it handle it?

    Thank you for your help.

    1. chrisbeatcancer

      Hi Michele
      The commercial model has a better motor, and it’s only $20 more.
      I don’t really juice leafy greens as I find it inefficient.
      They aren’t water-rich foods.
      No mater which juicer you use, it takes a ton of greens to get a little juice.
      I prefer to eat greens whole in salads or blend them up in smoothies, especially spinach and kale.


  2. sarahvolagebellin

    Hi Chris,
    What do you think of the Norwalk juicer? My mom is currently battling cancer and we got her one. I find it really hard to use… and I was wondering if the extra hassle really makes a huge difference in the vitamin content. Do you happen to know anything about this?
    thanks so much!

    1. Chris Wark

      The Norwalk is the Rolls Royce of juicers, it’s very high quality and expensive.
      I don’t own one, never have. I really don’t believe the juice it produces is superior enough to justify the price.

      1. sarahVB

        thanks so much for your reply!

  3. Renee

    I was reading that you do not juice greens due to the loss of juice. Have you ever emulsified them in a Vitamix or Montel Williams Juicer. This way you also get the fiber from the plant and pancreas isnt surging insulin from all the natural sugars coming from the plants. Also, I read you do not food combine fruits and vegtables ? Something to do with how they are broken down in our stomach acid. How do you suggest them for our children to like vegtables or get enough sources to fight cancer if you dont combine. It is also good for us adults to even tolerate eating enough portions per/day that would fight cancer. If you are too sick to eat a salad, drinking the emulsified beets,kale,celery,ginger, is much easier1


  4. razaw

    Hi Chris

    ifI want to do a cleans after my chemotherapy, should I use the magic bult I have or a juicer is better, thank you

  5. jason

    That looks like a good Juicer, and a nice price tag.

  6. Erin Groupe

    Hi Chris. First of all I LOVE you website. My husband, Rock Groupe, (yes that is his real name) is only 42 and was diagnosed at the beginning of the year with stage four colorectal cancer. He went through chemo and radiation, but believes fully in the healing powers of Christ and nutrition. We just got back from three weeks in Tijuana, Mexico at the Oasis of Hope. If you have not looked into it you should. I think you would like what you find. Someone there recommended your site to us because my husband reminded them of you (young, handsome, a beautiful young family, and determined to beat this.) We love your website and my husband has been eating your super salad! We bought the Vita Mix today and are now trying to find just the right juicer. I am looking at an Omega and wondered your thoughts on how they compare to the Champion. There are so many different options that I’m pretty confused on what would benefit my husband and his health needs the most. I would appreciate any input. Thank you for your precious time. Erin Groupe

  7. Tom

    Hi Chris, I am a young Stage III colon survivor – been following your site & FB posts closely! Very inspirational!

    I have a juicing machine question not answered in your post. I currently use a Breville centrifugal juicer to make my carrot etc juices. Some cancer patient advice pages claim that the juice from a masticating juicer is significantly more nutritious & increases chances of cure. Could you please give your thoughts on this? I like my Breville but obviously I would pay the $$$ to rebuy a new machine if you think it would be more effective. Thank you! Tom

    1. Chris Wark

      Hi Tom. I’ve heard all the claims but never seen any real scientific studies verifying that masticating juicers actually produce more nutritious juice. Don’t worry about it, just keep juicing!

      1. Tom

        Thank you Chris – BTW, I love your new video interview with the girl cured of brain cancer with a vegan diet – both of you are very inspirational! Tom

  8. filipa

    Hi…. All the best for you and thanks for every share .
    I am pretty confused about juicing. Shall i use a blender or a juicer? Does the blend make the same or is not efficient for juicing?
    thanks a lot

  9. Nana

    I read your blog and find it inspiring. I just bought a champion commercial juicer
    It came with a funnel and tamper in black when I have a white machine
    The vegetable I decide to juice remains in the machine and unless I decide to juice more, some vegetable parts remain in the machine. It is hard to remove these vegetable pieces from the machines. Are you finding these same problems?

    1. Chris Wark

      You definitely want to clean it out daily, otherwise the food particles will dry out and clog it up.

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