Some interesting things happened when I became a NutriBullet head: I learned the ins and outs of the fruits and veggies I started collecting. For instance, I had no clue that ginger molds if you leave it in a baggie sitting on the counter top. (Deduct one point from Tish’s score!) I’ve learned that I have to freeze my strawberries and blueberries, otherwise I’ll be throwing away beautiful berries that went bad.
It’s not all about storage keep, though. I’ve become quite the experimenter as well. I recently learned that mango/papaya salsa tastes excellent on salmon. I know if I want to feel my best (energetic, alert, and full), I need to have my morning smoothie. On the weekends, I’ll go out to brunch spots with my fella, and we always feel like crap after a round of pancakes, bacon, and eggs. I know now I’m addicted to healthy, nutritious foods.
I’ve learned that eating well does wonders for the body. My skin recently went through a crazy period of breakouts. I asked my dermatologist what the heck was going on, and she asked if I had changed my diet. When I replied yes, she congratulated me on good choices. Apparently the NutriBullet meals are great at helping rid your body of toxins. (I’ll take a few weeks of breakouts if it means I’m booting the crap from my body!)
More than anything though, I know for sure that the NutriBullet has changed everything. I’ve always been a relatively healthy eater, but after six-plus weeks of eating the suggested meals, I can physically feel the effects of a good diet.