By Daniel Coughlin, Jan 7, 2013
Whether you're into smoothies or steamed salmon, boost your virtuous New Year diet the affordable way with these bargain kitchen gizmos.
Up for upping your vitamin C levels? Invest in this value electric citrus press and take the hassle out of juicing oranges, lemons and grapefuit.
Get the Lloytron E5201BK Citrus Juicer now for just £16.48
Smoothie makers can be extortionate, so opt for a bargain handheld blender instead – you'll get pretty similar results.
Get the Russell Hobbs Food Collection Hand Blender now for just £9.09
If you're keen to control your portions with more accuracy, or fancy getting a better idea about how many calories you're munching, bag this budget diet food scale.
Get the PicknBuy Diet Food Scale now for just £6.76
The most affordable of the new generation of health fryers, the Breville Halo delivers delicious crispy chips using just one spoonful of oil.
Get the Breville VDF065 Halo Health Fryer now for just £79
Cut down on fat and streamline your cooking times with a George Foreman Health Grill. This entry level model is excellent value for money.
Get the George Foreman 17894 Compact Grill now for just £17
Forget the pre-washed supermarket leaves. Snap up this one-touch salad spinner and you'll have no trouble preparing your bargain, market-bought lettuce or rocket.
Get the Oxo Good Grips Salad Spinner now for £19.84
If you're eager to go easy on the salad dressing but still want a yummy hint of the taste, this oil and vinegar pump spray is a wise investment.
Get the Kitchencraft Colourworks Oil and Vinegar Pump Spray now for £8.20
If you're after a decent electric steamer that won't set you back a fortune, look no further than this 3 tier model by Sabichi.
Get the Sabichi 3 Tier Steamer now for just £18.35
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