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It’s All About Rotation

Every week, we invest a certain amount of money into our grocery shopping. Most of us are on a budget and we don’t want to end up throwing away food. Luckily, NutriBlasting helped me learn how to store, cook and eat food in a way that helped me get the most out of my money. I learned that proper food rotation allows me to use food with minimal waste while taking full advantage of my pantry, cabinet space, fridge and […]

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Learning to Eat Healthy in the Land of Fried Food

When I decided to get healthier, I realized that I would have to step out of my comfort zone and march to the beat of a different drum. Living in the South, also known as The Land of Fried Food, there is always fattening food all around me. They just love to drop things into vats of grease! I realized that to be successful when it came to healthy eating, I would have to be creative and flexible. This was […]

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Homemade or Store-Bought?

Recently, I’ve noticed more people on the nutrition bandwagon in my neighborhood. Several new juice and smoothie bars have opened up all over town. So, since I consider myself a NutriBullet Blasting connoisseur, I thought I would check out the buzz around my hood. Sad to say – it was disappointing. At one of the new places (a big franchise, no less), their idea of a nourishing drink was sports powder (their own brand) dumped into a cup of water and blended. This […]

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We’ve read your stories and we’re so excited to hear about your amazing health improvements – there is a NutriBullet Revolution going on and you’re all a part of it! We recently launched a contest to hear your testimonials and now it’s time to announce our three winners! Congratulations to you all! And without further ado, here are our three winners! 1. Janet Marchegiani  March 27, 2014 at 1:07 pm I have M.S. and had to take prednisone for many years. […]

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A majority of the world’s avocado supply is produced right here in California – you may have known that, but did you know these other fascinating avocado tidbits? Click on the infographic below to learn more about one of our favorite fruits!

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I just celebrated my second anniversary with my NutriBullet. Where did the time go? It seems like just yesterday I was opening up the NutriBullet box. I was inexperienced with Blasting, I had no idea what to do or where to start.  I did not believe that this extractor could make such a difference in my life. Flash back to 2011 – My energy levels started drop. By mid-day I was in desperate need of coffee to get me through […]

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CONTEST NOW CLOSEDThe NutriBullet is changing lives every single day – the addition of more fruits and vegetables into your daily diet can help reduce the risk of obesity, heart disease, inflammation, diabetes, and so much more! But we want to know more about what the NutriBullet has actually done for you. We want to hear your story. We want stories that will inspire the next generation of NutriBullet users. Whether you’ve lost weight, lowered your cholesterol, notice better skin […]

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My transition to healthier eating was a gradual one, so it took a while to realize that there were foods that I wasn’t crazy about eating anymore. In fact, I kept purchasing those foods until, one day, I found myself repeatedly tossing out food that wasn’t eaten. My snacks, desserts and other food items did not have the same appeal that they used to have and for months, I had been buying things out of habit. However, since my diet has changed, I […]

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Have you tried lentil soup? Lentils are part of the legume family, which includes beans, peas and peanuts. They are seeds that grow inside pods and are dried after harvesting. With a rich history that can be dated back to 8,000 years ago, lentils are even noted in the Bible’s book of Genesis. They have graced the tables of kings to peasants alike. Lentils are not only inexpensive, they also happen to be very nutritious and as versatile as rice.  […]

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I’ve been entertaining the idea of taking my NutriBullet to work for a while now and, after a few missed lunch breaks with nothing available to me other than the vending machines, I decided it was finally time to do it. I was going to purchase a new one, anyway, so it was just a matter of time before I brought my original Bullet into the office. In case I’m snowed in, I’ve prepared with a change of clothes and […]

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Today is St. Patrick’s Day and I’ve been looking forward to drinking green-colored shakes all year! Sadly, most of them are loaded with fat, sugar and artificial flavors. So, I went on a mission to find something similar, but much healthier, than my old green friend. After experimenting and combining a few different recipes, I came up with a new and improved version – the Skinnier Shamrock Shake. Shamrock Shake Ingredient 1 frozen banana large handful of spinach ¼ ripe […]

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skinny green blast

It’s a big weekend for debauchery thanks to St. Patrick’s Day, so start the weekend off on the right foot by drinking this skinny green Blast, filled with vitamins A, C, K, iron, fiber, and so much more. Eat your heart out, Skinny Green Blast 1 handful spinach 1 handful kale 1 small banana 1/2 cup pineapple 1/2 greek yogurt (filled with probiotics) Water to the MAX line Add ingredients to your Tall Cup and extract for 30 seconds, or […]

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cantaloupe berry blast

I did something real stupid over the holidays. It was Christmas Eve; I was sautéing dinner over the stove, got a small crumb on my finger and flicked it off. In doing this small, reflexive action, my right hand’s middle finger dislocated and shifted to the right. After a few minutes of screaming in pain, I finished cooking and served dinner to my guests. I waited about two weeks and finally went to the doctor. To make long story short, […]

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