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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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Raw’kin Snack of the WeekKale can be too bitter for a lot of people to handle, but Choosing Raw came up with the perfect compromise: raw, vegan chocolate-covered kale chips. Blend up a few ingredients in your NutriBullet, cover your kale in this delicious, saucy concoction, and dehydrate. Then you’ve got yourself a delicious and healthy snack. What’s not to love? Click here for the full recipe from Choosing Raw!

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Turns out that people buying dietary supplements may actually be paying to make themselves sick. It should come as no surprise that the folates and vitamins found in fruits and veggies are much healthier than those found in concentrated supplement forms. Take a look at what Michael Greger, M.D, of NutritionFacts.org has to say about it. Are you spending money on supplements instead of eating the right foods?

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FatsAndOils

We’re all about plant-based, whole foods diets here at NutriBullet, but sometimes people need a little fat and oil! …the healthy kind, that is! We know that not everyone wants or needs to sustain a completely vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, so here’s a little infographic that will help those of you you make smarter decisions when it comes to which fats and oils to cook with and consume. (Click to enlarge.)

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A lot of my recent posts revolved around healthier recipes for various NutriBlasts and meal ideas. I’ve covered a lot of different options but this one is very near and dear to my heart. It’s time to take on dessert. After a yummy dinnertime meal, who doesn’t love a good dessert? When I’ve finished a nice, hearty supper, I have a serious sweet tooth that needs something sugary to satisfy its desire – just as many of you do. I […]

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You only do what you know, and who knew! Thank G-d for the Nutribullet. If someone would have told me to drink citrus more to get rid of my arthritis pain, I would have done it years ago. You can only do what you know! I have been on the Nutribullet system for arthritis about 2 weeks now and I can honestly say it is 100% better. I noticed a difference the third day I drank my Nutriblast. That constant […]

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WARNING: overused cliché coming… Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Children especially are in need of a brain-boosting breakfast to power their way through the day. Setting them up with a nutritious boost is quick and easy with the NutriBullet. As a parent, you no longer need to worry about fitting in breakfast on-the-go. Of course you could resort to old habits and give them a Pop-tart or a sugar-laden granola breakfast bar on their way out […]

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So you know how people join cults, but they’re not really positive they’re in a cult until they’re drinking the Kool-Aid and shaving suns and moons into the sides of their hair/scalp? I’m pretty much at that point where I’ve drunk the Kool-Aid, shaved my head and started pushing the Kool-Aid to others. Yes, I’ve become a Nutribullet groupie. I am not ashamed. It all started when I opened that darn book of recipes and saw how easy it could […]

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Raw’kin Snack of the WeekGot berries? Then we’ve got a Raw’kin snack for you! Actually, we’ve got three snacks… brought to you by Raw Loulou. Beautiful, sweet, and raw, these lovely snacks are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Layer some berries with NutriBlasted mango and vanilla, and you’ve got Loulou’s Layered Fruit. Melt some raw cacao with orange juice and natural sweetener, and you’ve got a fantastic chocolate fondue. Finally, NutriBlast all the berry varieties you have with some […]

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michael greger

We’ll admit, ‘nutrient synergy’ sounds like something out of a vegan-based sci-fi thriller. But, as Dr. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org shows us, it’s actually super important in combating illnesses and inflammation. Though it’s important to take in high numbers of fruits and vegetables, it can be more important to take in a variety of fruits and vegetables, which increases nutrient and food synergy. Watch the video below to learn a little more about why variety matters.

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14 best

These 14 vegetables are packed with all sorts of nutrients that your body needs: fiber, protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, you name it! Incorporate them into your diet today and don’t forget to check back in with this infographic to pinpoint the sources of goodness you’re putting into your body. (Click to enlarge)

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