Q: When will Omega’s segment air on The Balancing Act?
The Balancing Act: As of now, a firm date has not been set, but it will be in the first quarter of 2014.
Q: What information will be presented during the segment?
The Balancing Act: Viewers will be introduced to the Omega Juicer and learn how to extract the most nutrition from fruits and vegetables.
Q: Who founded Omega Juicers?
The Balancing Act: Omega Juicers was developed by a juicing pioneer named Robert Leo. Leo spent 20 years developing his original products, which are today still considered the highest quality available on the market.
Q: Who owns Omega Juicers?
The Balancing Act: The company was purchased by The Legacy Companies in 2009.
Q: What other brands does Legacy own?
The Balancing Act: The Legacy Companies is the force behind many name-brand food service products including General Slicing and Zeroll.
Q: What types of juicers does Omega manufacture?
The Balancing Act: Centrifugal, masticating, pulp ejector, low speed, and citrus juicers are all available in Omega’s product line.
Q: What is the difference between masticating and centrifugal juicers?
The Balancing Act: A centrifugal juicer utilizes a fast rotating metal blade and filter to separate juice from pulp. A masticating juicer uses crushing pressure to extract juice.
Q: Which is better?
The Balancing Act: That depends on lifestyle. A centrifugal juicer is much faster, but the heat-producing friction destroys some of the fruit and vegetable enzymes. A masticating juicer, also called a cold-pressed juicer, renders a higher yield of nutrients but is often more expensive.
Q: What is the Mega Mouth 330 Juicer?
The Balancing Act: This is a high-capacity juicer available through Omega Juicers. It is a pulp-ejection style machine designed for commercial use.
Q: What low-speed juicers are available through Omega Juicers?
The Balancing Act: Omega offers a full line of low-speed juicers priced from $229 to $429.
Q: What is the difference between Omega’s high-end and consumer-line blenders?
The Balancing Act: Omega offers one-, two- and three-horsepower blenders. The three-horsepower blenders are typically a higher wattage and constructed of commercial-quality materials. Omega’s one-horsepower motor products are crafted to work well in any home while operating efficiently.
Q: Does Omega Juicers sell directly to consumers?
The Balancing Act: Yes, products are available on the company’s website, at omegajuicers.com.
Q: What are the benefits of drinking fresh juice?
The Balancing Act: Juice that is freshly extracted contains a higher level of nutrition than juice that has been sitting on a store shelf. The person doing the juicing has control over the ingredients and is able to custom-blend a drink to their specifications.
Q: Why has The Balancing Act chosen to feature Omega Juicers on the show?
The Balancing Act: Omega Juicers is the world’s leading manufacturer of quality juicing appliances. Since the show focuses on helping women lead healthy and productive lives, Omega is a perfect fit that will be of interest to viewers.
The Balancing Act airs daily on Lifetime Television at 7 a.m. and features news and information for women, about women, and by women.