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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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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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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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It’s true, in our eyes, our mothers are forever young. Help them look and feel young by serving up this delicious Fountain of Youth Blast first thing this Mother’s Day morning! Packed with heart-healthy and anti-aging nutrients including resveratrol, it’s not only tasty for you and your family, it’s also good for you! Give it a try and let us know, what are you doing for your mom this Mother’s Day? (Don’t forget to comment on our Mother’s Day giveaway […]

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Lately, I’ve been drawn to the idea of walking and running outside. Well, dragged to the idea is probably more accurate. Some of my friends have fallen in love with running; they’ve even completed a few 5K runs. As for me, there isn’t much of a love affair when it comes to exercise. I just hate it a lot less than I used to. I have become open to the idea of exercising outside, however; especially on a nice day. […]

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Raw’kin Snack of the Week!These are so simple to make – just add a few ingredients to your NutriBullet and you have the perfect combination of dates, cinnamon, peanuts, a perfect on-the-go snack that’ll keep you satisfied until your next meal. Thanks to Anne of Fannetastic Food for the great recipe! Click here for the full recipe.

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How to Find BalanceStress can be a major burden on your overall health, as well as an indicator of a diet lacking in some vital nutrients. How stressed out are you? According to a recent survey, 80 percent of Americans say their stress levels have increased over the past year. Don’t be part of the stress statistic! Eat foods rich in magnesium to maintain your body’s cellular balance, including dark, leafy greens and a variety of nuts and seeds.

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teaching healthy eating

- CONTEST CLOSED – Happy Mother’s Day, Blasters! We’re hoping you impart your healthy eating wisdom every day on your young ones so they know all about the importance of a healthy diet. In honor of this Mother’s Day, we want to remember what our mothers did for us. What eating wisdom do you remember growing up with? Did your mom tell you to eat your peas and carrots? Did she make you delicious fruit smoothies before school? Let us […]

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