MEMBERSHIP QUESTION

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Terah T.
Joined: 6/28/2014

I'm not sure this is the correct place to post but I have a question - when I registered my machine it asked if I wanted to set up a 6 month membership here. I've looked but I can't find anything on what happens AFTER 6 months.

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That answered my question as well. Thank you!
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Hi,I am also new to the Nutri Bullet,I have been trying new blasts over the last week and can honestly say I have not come across one that I didn't enjoy yet,My question is,just to clear up my confusion,am I right in that the tall mug is a single serve for a main meal,and the small one for a snack size ?Just wanted to make sure I am getting the right amounts for meals? Thank in advance.Pam
I just started using the nutribullet, and have a question,I have medullary sponge kidneys,and produce alot of stones.I have heard spinach can cause stones,if its broken down in a drink I make will that be ok. Thanks Trish D
Pambo wrote: Hi,I am also new to the Nutri Bullet,I have been trying new blasts over the last week and can honestly say I have not come across one that I didn't enjoy yet,My question is,just to clear up my confusion,am I right in that the tall mug is a single serve for a main meal,and the small one for a snack size ?Just wanted to make sure I am getting the right amounts for meals? Thank in advance.Pam
That's what most people do! Base it on your hunger and fullness. I know a tall Blast keeps me full until the next meal, however if it is a low calorie Blast with light veggies and little protein, then I know I'll probably need a little bit of something else to hold me over longer!
trishd6310 wrote: I just started using the nutribullet, and have a question,I have medullary sponge kidneys,and produce alot of stones.I have heard spinach can cause stones,if its broken down in a drink I make will that be ok. Thanks Trish D
While the easiest way to help prevent kidney stones would be to avoid or greatly reduce the consumption of foods high in oxalic acid, I understand you don't want to miss out on all the other nutrients packed in those foods. While it isn't 100% full proof, some suggestions to help minimize the potential for stones include: Drink plenty of water (fluid) each day 8-13 cups a day - especially before a high oxalic acid meal, avoid calcium supplements (unless a Dr. advised you to) but keep eating calcium-rich foods, keep salt and animal proteins low, cook your leafy greens (also adding calcium carbonate to your greens while cooking removes even more oxalate - 1 tsp of powder per pot of water). In addition, you can choose to Blast healthy foods that are low in oxalates. LOW OXALATE FOODS Fruits: Apples, avocados, banana, cherries, cranberries, melons (cantaloupe, honeydew, watermelon), seedless grapes (red and green), peaches, pear, plums. Vegetables: Asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumbers; iceberg and Romaine lettuce; radishes, mushrooms, onions (yellow and white); squash (zucchini, acorn, and yellow); red sweet peppers, turnips (root), water chestnuts. Beverages: Spring and filtered water, chamomille tea, ginger ale, beer, apple juice, apple cider. Grains: White and wild rice; barley. Herbs and Spices: Basil, cilantro, mustard, nutmeg, white pepper, saffron, tarragon, vanilla, salt. Nuts, Peas and Seeds: Coconut; black-eyed peas, green peas, and yellow split peas; flax seeds. http://www.upmc.com/patients-visitors/education/nutrition/pages/low-oxalate-diet.aspx You can read more about it here: http://whfoods.org/genpage.php?tname=george&dbid=48 A good page from Harvard: http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/5-steps-for-preventing-kidney-stones-201310046721