User Question: Can Kids Drink Blasts, Too?

NutriBullet RD Sarah Lefkowitz answers your NutriLiving user questions!

Can young kids drink Blasts, too? Of course! Be sure to sneak some greens in there to optimize your kids nutrient intake. They'll never know!

Registered Dietitian, Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics


Comments
Comment by Egea
March 22, 2014
My son is one of those children that would not absorb the iron and other good nutrients, I started giving him shakes, at first he wouldn't drink them, I decided to buy lemons and freeze them, I add a little bit of the frozen lemon to each shake and he loves them. Last time we went for a physical, it was the first time he was not anemic, he had been able to concentrate better in school. This works.
Comment by Ilovemyboys
February 28, 2014
My 5 year old has a "super shake" every day after school! I use the small blending cup and load it with 50% veggies and 50% fruit. He loves everything from spinach, kale, broccoli, carrots, berries, bananas, kiwis, fresh lemon juice etc...I am such a happy and relieved mommy! Thank you Nutri Bullet!
Comment by chevaliersarah
February 24, 2014
My older kids love to try all my blasts. They like determining if it is a good one or not. They also love being able to say "breakfast was a blast". My two year old always tries to take mine away from me he practically jugs it even when they arent that great tasting. I almost think it is his body telling me he needs the added nutrients.
Comment by summerLuv1
February 24, 2014
It really is coming in handy for me with my kids' diet. They are still small 3 and 5 yr old boys, and can be picky when it comes to veggies. Using the nutribullet, I can sneak in more veggies/fruits they need without added sugar like juice. (Which is bad for their teeth.) I'm happy to be getting my money's worth! This is something my whole family loves to use.
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