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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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chocolate pie

Summer is synonymous with light fare – but thatt doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some sweet treats! This raw, vegan chocolate pie is heavenly and the best thing about it is that you don’t have to slave in the kitchen for hours to make it! Crust 1 cup unsweetened shredded coconut  1/2 cup almonds  1/2 cup walnuts  8 pre-soaked pitted dates  1 teaspoon vanilla extract  1/4 teaspoon salt  1 tablespoon agave nectar  3 tablespoon cocoa   Place all raw pie crust ingredients […]

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SwapFoods

Becoming healthier doesn’t have to be a pain! Here are some healthy – and tasty! – alternatives to some of the most common arbiters of the Standard American Diet. What other swaps have you tried?

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sun bathing

What is a body by NutriBullet? To me, it’s a body that is not only leaner, but less toxic and more balanced. It’s very exciting to read all of the stories from people who have turned to the NutriBullet as a resource to help them transform their bodies and to help them and their families make healthier lifestyle choices. Now, as we enter the summer months, for many of us maybe it won’t be so terrifying. In the past as […]

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cauliflower soup

Life is consumed with diets, exercise and weight loss. And while I’m not discounting the merits of each, every now and then you need to treat yourself and cheat a little. Everyone deserves a “cheat day” a few times a month, within moderation. I am not a vegetarian, but I don’t eat a lot of meat. However, every now and then I do love a little bacon. This recipe is not over-the-top decadent or rich, but it IS made from […]

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milling blade

It’s a question we get a lot here at NutriBullet, so we thought we’d share one user’s inventive ideas when it comes to how she uses her milling blade. From a nut and seed mix to amazing marinades and seasonings, blogger Ash has gotten milling down to an art form. Check out her ideas at The Neon Leopard!

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eyedrop

I’ve had allergies for as long as I can remember, ranging from mild to moderately severe. I’m thankful that now, they’ve subsided to the point that I don’t need to take allergy medication anymore. I had asthma as a child and it seemed like I was always sick. I wouldn’t be surprised if I sneezed the minute I entered this world! Almost everything seemed to trigger an allergy attack: dust, pollen, pet dander, pollution, and the worst of it seemed […]

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A new report published in JAMA Internal Medicine has shown a link between red meat consumption and an increased risk of type 2 Diabetes. This shouldn’t exactly be shocking – red meat consumption has already been linked to higher mortality rates and increased cancer risk, but the study’s results were surprising in their conclusiveness: it found that among study participants who started eating more red meat, the risk of developing type 2 Diabetes increased by almost 50 percent. Researchers tracked what happened […]

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Citrus Blast

Let’s be honest – you can’t find any beverage that tastes sweeter and fresher than the real thing. I’m talking JUICE! Add in all the health benefits from citrus and you have a winning combination that’s sure to please. Oranges, tangerines, lemons, limes, the varieties are endless. The tastes range from sweet to sour and everyplace in between. There is, however, one thing they all have in common: they belong to a family of fruits called citrus. Citrus fruits have […]

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father's day

Luckily, Father’s Day falls in the summer, so it’s a great time of year to get outdoors, engage in healthy activity and spend some quality time with the dads in your life (fathers, hubbies, brothers and buddies included!) Dads love nothing more than having fun doing something they love with their families by their side. You can get your dad any number of ties or gadgets, but giving him an experience and memories beats any wrapped gift! So, we’ve whipped up […]

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gluten free

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.

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