I have both a juicer and Ninja Blender. You won't find a quality juicer for under 100$, but you can get the Ninja for that price. I prefer blending-you can still make juice in the Ninja AND smoothies! A juicer strips away the fiber, so if you have any blood sugar issues or low fiber, you won't want to juice. Juicers are not very convenient either-they are a pain to clean (even ones that say they are not-they must be washed right away, unlike blender..) It also takes a lot of produce to make one glass of juice since all the pulp goes to waste. I have a smoothie every morning that provides at least half of my daily vegs and fruits, if not more! You can also "prep" your smoothies. I sometimes freeze a big batch of smoothies into cubes and then just toss a few in the blender in the morning with some coconut water, peanut butter, hemp protein, and about half a cup of some more greens.
Edited by: AMBERT79 at: 2/25/2013 (12:27)