NutriBullet partners with University High School in Los Angeles, California to help students make healthy changes. Over the course of 3 months, students will be provided with a Blast bar and will make a nutritious NutriBullet Blast every morning. Given fresh fruits, vegetables and superfoods, students are encouraged to branch out, try new foods and better their health.

Stay tuned for The UNI Project series launch on October 29, 2013 and follow the progress on our social media networks.

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Blaming your 9-5 for your unhealthy lifestyle? Time to stop playing the blame game! Even cubicle dwellers can incorporate a healthy living lifestyle into their work day. Follow these 5 simple tips from our NutriBullet RD Sarah Lefkowitz to get started and see just how much healthier you can be!

What diet do you do? Are you raw? Organic and locally-grown? Gluten-free? Atkins?

We’ll admit, all these diet fads can get a little out of hand sometimes, so here’s a quirky little video to bring us back down to planet earth. Sometimes we need a little reminder that the healthiest diet we can follow is just eating healthy portions and exercising.

Here at NutriBullet, we’re aware of the difficulties getting through to our Customer Service department. As we train new employees to answer your toughest questions, we wanted to thank you for your patience as we transition into our new home.

Thanks again for the continued patience as we strive to improve your Customer Service experience.

-NutriBullet Team

In an important new study, the relationship between fruit and vegetable intake and risk of breast cancer in black women was studied and the results were surprising. Which veggie do you think played the biggest role in decreasing breast cancer risk? Dr. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org tells us more.