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Cooking in the Kitchen with My Father

Food is fascinating. I love the art of preparing and eating good food, something I’ve recently embraced as a new hobby. One of the great benefits of cooking is feeling the connection I have with my parents and grandparents. I was raised by my grandmother and my parents and each had a different cooking style. They are no longer living, but I still have those memorable moments and think about them often while I cook. One of my favorite memories […]

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The Importance of a Healthy Breakfast

Recently, my hair stylist was having a moment. It was well after 12 o’clock noon and she walked over to me after my dryer cut off and asked if it was ok for her to get something to eat. That was fine with me, but it was strange that she even asked. She usually ate something while I was sitting underneath the dryer, but this time, she had other clients and later confessed that she had waited too long to eat. It was […]

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Waiting for My NutriBullet Rx!

I am getting a NutriBullet Rx soon and I am beyond excited about it! I have been making up soup recipes for about a year now and I will absolutely make full use of that machine. I wanted something to help my soup-making process along since I’m just starting this healthy eating and home cooking journey. Yes, in fact, my tomato soup has been a three-time failure. Each recipe has been a bit closer to the delectable soup I’ve been craving […]

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Sensational titles aside, this infographic delivers a very important message: READ before you eat! Be aware of what you’re putting into your body and stick to all natural, whole foods. The closer you are to your foods’ source, the better. (Click to enlarge.)

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I had the privilege of attending the Los Angeles Marathon on March 9th. It was one of the most exciting sporting events I have ever seen. I’ve been going to baseball, hockey and basketball games for years, and, sure, they’re a lot of fun (eating hotdogs, drinking beer and don’t forget the seventh inning stretch) – but nothing compares to the energy that rushes through during a marathon. I’m not talking about your typical hype, but real emotional and physical […]

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It seems that everywhere I go, I hear about the importance of consuming more fruits and vegetables. Recently, I received a newsletter from my dentist with a lengthy section on increasing the amount of produce we consume each day, especially as we get older. It’s actually a lot easier to get in additional fruits and veggies by being a daily NutriBlaster. In fact, I call my NutriBlasts the ultimate fast food option because they give me nutrition quickly while I’m […]

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coconut-uses

Drink the water hidden inside, eat the flesh of the fruit and use the hard shell to build utensils and furniture. Is there anything the mighty coconut can’t do? Dr. Joseph Mercola breaks down for us the many uses of the coconut. Mmm, our mouths are watering!

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Choco Banana Protein Shake

Whether you’re an exercise enthusiast or just trying to lose weight, we know protein helps the body. We hear so much about it and we know we need it, but just what is protein? Protein is made up of long chains of amino acids. There are about 22 different types of amino acids and the body needs all of them to function. They are broken down into 14 non-essential and 8 essential amino acids. The body can manufacture the non-essentials, […]

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MorningBlast

I love the NutriBullet Facebook page and the NutriLiving website for a variety of reasons, but mainly for the helpful hints and encouragement we as Blasters share! NutriBlasting is a new adventure for most of us and it’s great to see people helping each other out with helpful hints. One of the biggest tips I learned was how to keep my produce fresh. As an avid foodie, I’m almost ashamed to admit that I didn’t know much about maintaining my […]

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whole and half Cherimoya fruit

I just discovered the most unusual fruit at the farmer’s market called a Cherimoya. This weird looking fruit has an irregular oval shape and features a leathery green rind wrapped in overlapping scales. Doesn’t that sound appealing? Well, guess what – it really is delicious! Cherimoyas are native to South and Central America. They have been around for thousands of years and can be traced back to the pre-Incan people as far as 2,500 B.C. They have a soft and […]

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almond joy

As I get older, the thought of summer causes some anxiety. It seems like it is becoming more difficult to prepare for the increased skin exposure during this time of year. I have become quite the expert on camouflage over the years, but there is only so much a person can do to cover up parts and be comfortable at the same time. Fortunately, since I have found my way to the NutriBullet there are ways to use this as […]

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strawberries

Strawberries are so wonderful and easy to use in a variety of recipes that they’re actually one of my favorite fruits.  Luckily for me, I can usually find strawberries everywhere near my home. Strawberry farms, roadside stands, farmers markets, F&W co-ops, fairs and festivals, as well as the regular grocery stores. Strawberries are everywhere! I have decided to purchase my strawberry preserves, jams, and jellies locally whenever I can. They are delicious without all of the processed additives. There is […]

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We hope you and your loved ones all had a wonderful Mother’s Day this Sunday! To congratulate our die hard fans, we’re announcing the winners of our “Mom Always Told Me…” Mother’s Day Contest! Our winner is..   1. Tiffany says: My mom always made sure I had breakfast in the morning. She always said you can’t start your day off starving, you will never be able to learn anything in school or function throughout your day. To this day I always […]

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