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From Processed Food to Processing Produce

I am a city girl who has gone country. Ten years ago, I wouldn’t believe some of the things that I eat now. Back in the day, I was a grab-food-on-the-go type of person. Every plate was a brown plate. No veggies to speak of, with the exception of a salad every once in a while, a salad topped with tons of cheese and drenched in salad dressing. Today, I won’t go anywhere near that salad! My cabinets used to [...]

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50 Ways to Fill Your Blast Cup

I admit that I have a vivid imagination. I drink two NutriBlasts a day, so it’s in my best interest to keep my taste buds happy. Sometimes I use silly ideas to get the creative juices flowing. One day, I asked myself, “What if I am given fifty seconds and fifty dollars to gather everything I needed for fifty NutriBlasts?” The name of the game would be Fifty Ways to Fill Your Blast Cup. The final question always remains: Could [...]

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A Lighter NutriBlaster

I’ve wanted to write this article for a long time now. After many years of struggling to lose weight, I have finally lost my first twenty pounds. For a while now, people have asked me for “the secret” to losing weight. I have learned a few things along the way, but I’m certainly no expert! The key for me is that there’s no secret; but there are some basic fundamentals to losing weight. These are the same bits of advice [...]

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There are two main components to losing weight: eating healthy calories and exercising consistently. I used my NutriBullet every day to make healthy Blasts and I have a pretty good handle on my eating habits, but whenever it came to exercise, I kept making excuses. I’ve always known that exercise was important, so I was frustrated at myself for not doing enough to get my body in shape. I knew that I needed a concrete goal, clearly stated and measurable, [...]

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Raw’kin Snack of the Week!Cake Batter Balls. We don’t think there’s anything else that needs to be said, but here’s a photo in case that wasn’t enough to whet your appetite. This deliciously scrumptious, and yes, raw, vegan, gluten-free and high protein recipe, is brought to us by Practically Raw Chef Amber Shea. All you need is five ingredients. Click here for the full recipe and let us know how they turn out! And a special thanks to Chef Amber for this sweet [...]

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I have fibromyalgia, headaches and high blood pressure, plus some more problems. I got my NutriBullet around the first of April. I make a Blast in the mornings, and sometimes one in the afternoon. My blood pressure has gone from the 140’s/80’s to sometimes 150’s/80’s. One time it was in the 170’s/over something; that landed me in the ER. All of this is with me taking two kinds of blood pressure medications. NOW, it’s in the 120’s/70’s, in this short [...]

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Have you ever had kefir? This fermented milk product uses milk grains and microflora to create an insanely healthy drink perfect on its own or in a tasty Blast. Not into dairy? You can always use coconut milk, rice milk, or soy milk to make kefir, reaping all of the positive health benefits and none of the bad.

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Did you know that your morning cup of Joe was full of antioxidants? Well, it is! What’s more interesting is that Americans get more antioxidants from coffee than any other source. Although fruits and veggies contain numerous beneficial protective qualities, American’s still aren’t consuming enough of them. We must admit, however, Nutribullet users are way ahead with their vegetable and fruit consumption than the average person! Most of us do drink coffee (and plenty of it!), so we get lots [...]

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You may already be familiar with NutriBullet RD Krista, who’s been with us for months now answering your questions and writing incredible customized articles about the topics you’re most interested in. Well, we’re happy to introduce the newest member of our NutriBullet family, NutriBullet RD Sarah! Sarah Lefkowitz, R.D. is a dietitian living in Los Angeles, California. Raised in an “Organic Food Only” home taught her the importance of a healthy diet and helped her develop her passion for cooking, [...]

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On December 12, 2012, I was diagnosed as pre-diabetic. Cholesterol through the roof. Hemoglobin at 5.8%. As General Patton said, “Always take the offensive; never dig in,” so with that in mind, I mounted an attack by way of diet and exercise, not giving it a chance to take me like it did my Grandpa and Uncle. I tried the NutriBullet for the first time on February 25 – 28. I had the Beet Treat and Flex Factor as replacements [...]

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Pistachio butter

Raw’kin Snack of the WeekWe’re all about nut butters. We love ‘em. Raw, organic peanut butter is great and almond butter is even better, but have you had pistachio butter? Well, we hadn’t, not until we found this recipe from Veggie Wedgie and, well, we just had to share it. Look at it. It looks beautiful and it’s absolutely packed with healthy nutrients copper, manganese, B vitamins, and a lot more. So give it a try. Three simple ingredients and you’re [...]

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Are you setting up your child to be addicted to junk food? If you’ve got a junk-food rich diet, then there’s a chance you might be. According to new research from the University of Adelaide in Australia, mothers who eat junk food while pregnant are programming their babies to be addicted to a high fat, high sugar diet by the time they’re weaned. The study notes that a junk food diet desensitizes children to the normal reward system fueled by [...]

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There is just something about the first Blast of the day. I used to be a sleepyhead with a hard time getting out of bed, but these days, I feel more energetic than ever. I could probably make my Blasts with my eyes closed, but my eyes are determined and focused. I inspect my produce for any debris, insects, or bruises as I rinse them off under running water. As I reach for my favorite sharp knife, there’s no doubt: [...]

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