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Kathleen L.
Joined: 2/22/2013

I just made my very first nutriblast with what I had in the house - baby spinach, celery, strawberrires, blueberries, flax seed and vanilla protein powder -

The color was a little weird but the taste was yummy.

Klittle

That sounds like a great combination of ingredients! :)
Morning smoothie: 1 banana, 1/4 fresh lemon, 1 apple, 1/2 fresh pineapple, 1/3 cup coconut milk, 1/2 piece of fresh ginger & 1 tablespoon of chia & water. So fresh tasting & yummy : )
kelcooking wrote: Morning smoothie: 1 banana, 1/4 fresh lemon, 1 apple, 1/2 fresh pineapple, 1/3 cup coconut milk, 1/2 piece of fresh ginger & 1 tablespoon of chia & water. So fresh tasting & yummy : )
This one looks yummy as well!
What is the best book that you can purchase regarding recipes for using the nutribullet. Amazon has so many books about juicing. You can email me at leeinla@yahoo.com
morning snack smoothie, 1/4 cup uncooked old fashion oatmeal, 1 basil leaf, 10 whole almonds, 1 c frozen pineapple, 1/2 a frozen banana, a small hand full of baby spinich,1 tbls goji berries,1 c unsweetend vanilla almond milk.
I do not like Bananas at all! And i see that this is added to almost all of the shakes! I did try the banana in my shakes I just hate the taste! What else can i use? Or just not to worry about it at all?
Ok, I have tried a few of these recipes and looked at a lot of them. My question is how do you get all those ingredients in the tall cup? I have been having to cut the recipes in half to make everything fit. Do I continue cutting the recipes in half or make two servings using all the ingredients to get the best benefit? Thanks!
bardie312 wrote: I do not like Bananas at all! And i see that this is added to almost all of the shakes! I did try the banana in my shakes I just hate the taste! What else can i use? Or just not to worry about it at all?
You can either omit it or add other high potassium ingredients in its place like papaya, beets, tomato, and avocado (another great thickening food). http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?dbid=90&tname=nutrient#foodsources
leednab wrote: Ok, I have tried a few of these recipes and looked at a lot of them. My question is how do you get all those ingredients in the tall cup? I have been having to cut the recipes in half to make everything fit. Do I continue cutting the recipes in half or make two servings using all the ingredients to get the best benefit? Thanks!
Since some fruits and veggies vary in sizes it is difficult to know exact measurements. One person's apple could be another person's 2 apples. I'd suggest using the recipes as a guide for proportions and possibly cutting up some of the ingredients so that they fit better. Do not pack tightly. We are working on new recipes that will focus more on measurements. However...the best part of Blasting is being creative and coming up with your own recipes! I encourage you to have fun with it. You'll get the benefits of eating these healthy foods even if you can't fit it all in.
I've been using the nutribullet for over a week now and I have been using organic carrots in my nutribullet. I slice them first. The last smoothie I made I used two small carrots, one peeled and sectioned, small orange, a few almonds, unpeeled apple slices and top it off with the water up to the fill line. After this is blended in the nutribullet I transfer this mixture to my smoothie maker and add 1/2 cup of organic unflavored yogurt, one sliced banana, a few strawberries and blueberries, some liquid vitamin D and a little honey. This is more than enough for two people. I usually have a cup left over for the next morning. You can probably do all of this in the nutribullet but you would have to use a lot less of all of the ingredients. Bardie312, you could do this without the banana and use the yogurt to make it creamier.
Hi! I'm new here. My hubby & I have been using the NutriBullet for about three weeks so far. It has been very enjoyable. We have even tried some veggies that we had never eaten before, like kale. Hubby hates spinach, but loves it in the blasts. I make sure that each blast is 50-60 percent veggies. I freeze a lot of the fruits & berries so they not only taste good, but make our blasts nice & cold.
Bananas are also inflamming foods. It seems that tip might be important to those who might not know it. If you need creamy, you can't go wrong with avocado unless you don't like the taste. Also, yogurt made from the milk of grass fed cows is not inflamming as are other dairy products and it adds both texture and taste.
I almost want to say this is too good to be true! After two weeks I am amazed at how much more energetic I feel, I am no longer having a hard time falling to sleep, and I am eating less cooked foods. Instead of using my bottled water, I am using bottled water that I infuse with fruit and my Blasts are amazing!
I freeze my fruit too!
Just drove like a maniac to Target to purchase my NB. I've been juicing for 2 weeks now and I LOVE IT. But I also wanted to retain more fiber, thus the Nutribullet. I plan on doing both. NB in the morning and Juice at lunch or night when I get home from work. I'm excited at this new venture in my life to revitalize and get healthy.
Is it ok to use ice? I don't want to damage the blades. I've frozen bananas (I normally don't like them at all either, but I do like them this way...although I didn't know they cause inflammation) and have organic frozen berries to use too. My kids like smoothies and I'm so excited to use this instead of the big, bulky blender, and also get more health benefits, but maybe I need to wean off ice?
leednab, I just made my first Nutriblast and tried to follow the stage one toxin eliminator recipe and I had the same problem! The recipe called for 1-2 cups of spinach, one pear, one apple, one banana and one cup of pineapple. I had to eliminate the apple altogether and pack down the other ingredients to fit below the max line. Then when I tried to add the water it just sat on top b/c everything was packed so tight! I ended up having to take some of the other ingredients out as well. I think the only ingredient that would vary significantly in size for everyone is the apple. I would love some new recipes that focus on measurements! My first blast was a little thick and warm (I didn't use any frozen fruit) so I just added some ice cubes in the glass. The taste was really good though!
I made a great smoothie ,Big hand full spinach, ground flax seed{1T.{ Frozen banana,1/4T fiber-tastic{From health store big hand full sweet peas. and enough water to blend. The sweet peas added a nice creamy touch. Going to add more sweet peas and see how that does in other blast.
kind wrote: I made a great smoothie ,Big hand full spinach, ground flax seed{1T.{ Frozen banana,1/4T fiber-tastic{From health store big hand full sweet peas. and enough water to blend. The sweet peas added a nice creamy touch. Going to add more sweet peas and see how that does in other blast.
Did you mean split peas? Sweet peas are flowers correct?
powellfamily wrote: Is it ok to use ice? I don't want to damage the blades. I've frozen bananas (I normally don't like them at all either, but I do like them this way...although I didn't know they cause inflammation) and have organic frozen berries to use too. My kids like smoothies and I'm so excited to use this instead of the big, bulky blender, and also get more health benefits, but maybe I need to wean off ice?
It is ok to use ice, however I prefer to use frozen fruit so I can still get the chill without taking up valuable space! I let the frozen fruit thaw out just a bit before blasting. Bananas are only considered mildly inflammatory. It depends on how your body handles them and sometimes the ripeness of them (starch turns to sugar as the banana ripens). Sugars are more inflammatory. However, if using a little banana here and there, this should not pose a problem b/c all the anti-inflammatory foods that you are eating with it help balance it out. It does make any Blast taste great :) http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/fruits-and-fruit-juices/1846/2
Hi, First time on the forum,Hi, First time on the forum, so be gentle with me (lol). I just bought my Nutribullet from a local store not through infomercial. It included a User Guide/Recipe Book that has the 6 week transformation plan and recipes. The Natural Healing Foods book also contains the plan and recipes. Is it worth getting this book or is much of the info going to be duplicated? Secondly, when you follow the 6 week plan, I understand each STAGE 1-3 is two weeks long. I am not quite sure how you use PHASE 1-3 from the User Guide. Do you use each phase for two weeks also to get used to the different greens? Hope my questions make sense. Thanks Michelle
m wrote: Hi, First time on the forum, so be gentle with me (lol). I just bought my Nutribullet from a local store not through infomercial. It included a User Guide/Recipe Book that has the 6 week transformation plan and recipes. The Natural Healing Foods book also contains the plan and recipes. Is it worth getting this book or is much of the info going to be duplicated? Secondly, when you follow the 6 week plan, I understand each STAGE 1-3 is two weeks long. I am not quite sure how you use PHASE 1-3 from the User Guide. Do you use each phase for two weeks also to get used to the different greens? Hope my questions make sense. Thanks Michelle
Hey Michelle! I answered this Q on your post in the Weight Loss forum :)
Hi everyone, I recieved my nutribullet about 2 weeks ago and since then I've been drinking at least 2 blasts a day with the exception of the weekend when i was sick with the stomach flu. I cannot even begin to describe how great i feel, even after the 3rd day i noticed a change. I have more energy, I sleep better and my skin looks amazing. Within the first week I was down 5lbs. I call myself the unofficial spokesperson for the nutribullet at work because I love it so much and I love how I feel. I'm so happy that I can blog about it and share my story!
Hi Krista, I got the info,Hi Krista, I got the info, sorry I posted in two spots (newbie error). Thanks for your response!
Hi Everyone! I just receivedHi Everyone! I just received my bullet last week, and I also ordered the superboost powder that has everything in it. I'm regretting it, as I'm not a fan of all those flavors in one. anyway, I'm looking for recipes for using that superboost powder. Does anyone have any ideas or inspiration for me? This is what I have found goes well for me so far: Greens bit of banana berries tpsp. protein powder powdered boots Thanks in advance!
sweet peas,come in a bag {Frozen. They are great in the bullet. In fact will put in 1/2cup ,with others greens tonight. .
steph135 wrote: Hi Everyone! I just received my bullet last week, and I also ordered the superboost powder that has everything in it. I'm regretting it, as I'm not a fan of all those flavors in one. anyway, I'm looking for recipes for using that superboost powder. Does anyone have any ideas or inspiration for me? This is what I have found goes well for me so far: Greens bit of banana berries tpsp. protein powder powdered boots Thanks in advance!
The Superboost can be used as an addition to any of your NutriBlasts. I particularly like it in the ones with beets or the sweeter recipes. The raw cacao flavor is the most dominant, so if you like chocolate, you'll love the Superboost :)
I used my NB for 2 months, and my cholesterol, LDL, & triglycerides are down. What an easy way to accomplish that!
L wrote: I used my NB for 2 months, and my cholesterol, LDL, & triglycerides are down. What an easy way to accomplish that!
Awesome news L! Congratulations :)
steph135 wrote: Hi Everyone! I just received my bullet last week, and I also ordered the superboost powder that has everything in it. I'm regretting it, as I'm not a fan of all those flavors in one. anyway, I'm looking for recipes for using that superboost powder. Does anyone have any ideas or inspiration for me? This is what I have found goes well for me so far: Greens bit of banana berries tpsp. protein powder powdered boots Thanks in advance!
I am new to this forum and I have see many comments about all the ingredients not fitting in the tall glass. I always put the leafy greens in my cup first, so they can be squished down and the "harder" stuff goes on top so it hits the blades first. I blast for 30 seconds or so and remove the cup and give it a shake and blast again. When I absolutely cannot get all the ingredients in, I blend the greens and veggies with the liquid first, then remove the cup from the unit and take the blades off and add the fruit and boosts and blast it again. This gives me much more room and all my ingredients fit! The only thing I would recommend is to make sure that you wipe the outside of the cup, where it screws onto the blade unit, before you put it back together and blast it again. The first time I tried it, there was liquid on the outside of the rim and I could not get the lid off after blasting a second time and had to call my hubby to get it off for me!
Well I am new here, been blasting for a couple weeks. My typical daily blast consists of: Greens Spinach, chard and or Kale Dandelion Greens Parsley and or Carrot tops Fruit (mix and match) Banana, grapes, apple, blueberries, strawberries, dragon fruit and goji berries Added stuff Green tea (blasted to powder and added whole to my blasts) Kelp powder Almonds Cacao nibs Macca Powder Nutritional yeast My wife and I have always been relatively healthy eaters but I love how much vegetables I can pack into one morning blast. My energy level is up and I look forward to my next blast.
Hi Folks, This is my first posting. I had my NutriBullet for 10 days now. I am 6ft and I Had weight 228 when I bought my NutriBullet. I now weight 217, so I lost 11 pounds in 10 days. I have been replacing my breakfast and lunch with a spinach and fruit smoothing and eating a sensible dinner. It really has been easy because the smoothies taste good and curbs my appetite. I just got my superfood order today so I will see how it works for me. Ok, my only suggestion is even though you can add ice to your smoothie I wish they made an additional base design for ice for your frozen drinks. They could sale as an accessary in their on line store.
Like the suggestion of blasting the greens and veggies with the liquid first, then adding the fruit and boosts, brilliant...now why didn't I think of that? Thank you for sharing Nancy.
We are very familiar with making carrot juice with a juicer and having all that pulp to discard. I am hoping to turn whole carrots into a juice ....I am alittle nervous to try this. Afraid it will all be money wasted. Sure hope we can learn good tasing, yet healthy, combinations. I just bought the nutribullet and have not used it yet.
Uphand I use carrots a lot in the NB. It does a great job with them. The great part is you are getting all of the nutrition from the food! Try carrots, green apples, broccoli, pumpkin seeds, coconut water, add a little stevia if needed. Healthy Wishes Wally Bishop C.N.C.
I know fresh is what is recommended, however, can frozen vegetables be used?
Yep, frozen fruits and veggies are fine.
I just made a blast with 2 carrots, 1/4 of a lemon (peel the rind on all citrus fruits), stevia and ginger. It came out delish. It totally makes the juice with pulp and all. It is amazing. just scrub the carrots or peel them (scrubbing is better).
I am a newbie and got my nutri bullet today. I am so excited. The literature and recipies are excellent. I made two blasts today and felt awesome. The product really lives up to its name. I love it already
Michelej317 wrote: I know fresh is what is recommended, however, can frozen vegetables be used?
Krista and I made an amazing blast using frozen peas! Frozen vegetables are a great option because most of their nutrients are preserved in the freezing process.
Hi I'm new with NB I have not use it jet can you give me the recipe for lowering the cholesterol I'm diabetic and my cholesterol is hight my doctor wants my cholesterol in 70 and right now is 140 can you help me. xiomy2713
xiomy2713 wrote: Hi I'm new with NB I have not use it jet can you give me the recipe for lowering the cholesterol I'm diabetic and my cholesterol is hight my doctor wants my cholesterol in 70 and right now is 140 can you help me. xiomy2713
You're in the right place! NutriLiving is filled with information about lowering cholesterol and Blasting for blood sugar control. My suggestion is to go to the home page and enter these search terms into the search field. Several articles, recipes, healing foods, and forum topics related to these will appear. Have fun exploring around the site and trying out some of these recipes :)
Hello Everyone, I am fairlyHello Everyone, I am fairly new to nutriblasts. I've only made a few. I've been doing some research on the benefits of different fruits and vegetables. I've seen that pomergranates contain a lot of antioxidants. My only concern is can the arils be put in thru the nutribullet. As I have not seen any recipes containing pomergranates in them, Im interested to know if anyone has made a blast using them. Thank you.
Moonseer wrote: Hello Everyone, I am fairly new to nutriblasts. I've only made a few. I've been doing some research on the benefits of different fruits and vegetables. I've seen that pomergranates contain a lot of antioxidants. My only concern is can the arils be put in thru the nutribullet. As I have not seen any recipes containing pomergranates in them, Im interested to know if anyone has made a blast using them. Thank you.
Absolutely! We were making NutriBlasts with pomegranates in them all the time during their peak season :) Check out all the health benefits of these gems! http://www.nutriliving.com/ingredients/pomegranate-pomegranate-seeds The goal is to get the seeds out and use those in your Blast! To do this, cut it in half and allow them to soak in a bowl of water. This will loosen the membranes surrounding these seeds. After about 5 minutes. slowly pull the fruit apart and pick out the seeds allowing them to drop to the bottom of the bowl. Continue to do this until the whole pomegranate has been finished. Doing this under the water prevents any squirting or red juice all over the place and makes it easier to remove the seeds. It is worth the trouble - they are delicious in a NutriBlast! I'd suggest using them in a NutriBlast that you'd enjoy a nice sweet/tart berry flavor.
I am enjoying my Nurti Bullet. I learned a long time ago that I am not able to put solid food in my stomach for the first hour upon waking in the mornings. However, I can drink something. Until recently breakfast consisted of a plain vanilla or chocolate protein shake. I now get up every morning and make my self a NB adding my protein powder to it. I know that I am getting more fruit and vegetables. After reading your reply to my original post, I put pomegranate arils in my NB this morning along with spinach base, a banana, blueberries, a hand full of green grapes, some chocolate protein powder and golden flax seeds. So YUMMY! Thank You Very Much.
Hey all. I am enjoying my NB. I do have osteoporosis, Didn't want to drink my almond milk solo so I added it to my morning blast Apple Strawberries Blueberries Pear Raspberries Spinach Chia seeds Almond milk GEEZE THIS IS DELICIOUS!!!!!
Pumpkin seeds????what kind do I buy? Rosemary
hello can you put ice in the nutriblast.
I just made my first NB drink this morning, it was so good. Even my kids & hubby loved it. spinach blackberries rasberries strawberries carrots lemon juice flax seed
Rosemarygracela wrote: Pumpkin seeds????what kind do I buy? Rosemary
Buy the seeds that are already out of the shell. They are usually sold as "pepitas"!
tetabess wrote: hello can you put ice in the nutriblast.
Yes you can! I prefer frozen fruits to give it a nice chill since ice takes up valuable space :) I'd suggest using just a few cubes. Note that you will still need to add a liquid.
Hi everybody, I'm new to the nurtiblast and looking forward to similar results as I have read. I'm looking for support and friendship for this new journey in my life. I'm excited about beginning this new journey.
Lenora welcome to the forums. Congratulations on your NutriBullet. I think you will find a lot of great information and support here. Keep us informed on your progress. Healthy wishes Wally Bishop C.N.C.
I have just started using my nutribullet this week. I have been having one for breakfast but find myself very hungry within a couple of hours and I am low on energy. I am using spinach, a variety of fruit, flax seeds and today added almond milk instead of water. Should I expect that this is just temporary?
michaella2 wrote: I have just started using my nutribullet this week. I have been having one for breakfast but find myself very hungry within a couple of hours and I am low on energy. I am using spinach, a variety of fruit, flax seeds and today added almond milk instead of water. Should I expect that this is just temporary?
You may not be adding enough protein and calories. In addition, the thicker the Blast, the more it helps fill you up. Try some chia seeds (which expand up to 9x their initial size), a banana makes it nice and thick and creamy, and a handful of walnuts or almonds (or a nut butter) to provide some added protein and healthy fats which have been shown to help satiate you and keep your blood sugar stable. Balanced blood sugar is key to prevent cravings and sudden hunger. If you are using too much fruit and not enough low sugar veggie and "boosts" to balance it out, then your blood sugar will spike, followed by a crash shortly after. Maybe add more veggies in place of some fruits. In addition, our stomachs often have a mind of their own. If you were used to consuming a large breakfast then your body will be "expecting" more food at that time. Over time, your appetite should dwindle, making your NutriBlast a satisfying, lighter breakfast option. However, make sure that it is substantial enough to keep you feeling satisfied and full until a mid-morning snack or lunchtime :)
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I am blasting with my Nutribullet for three weeks. I am hoping to achieve some help with frequent migraines. So far, I have not noticed a difference. I do feel more energetic, but the frequency of the migraines remains unchanged. I assumed with more magnesium that is known to help with migraines, that I might be feeling better. It may just be too soon I guess.
Hello. I too am new to NB and am Type 2 Diabetic. I would be very interested in hearing what other diabetics put into their NB. It seems like a lot fruit and although I love fruit, I know that I have to pick carefully. I prefer something creamy to drink and I'm having a little trouble getting over the color. The Protein powers sound like a great idea and might keep me going longer on busy days. Anyone got some good ideas for me? Thank you.
HELP -- new to all this, but can't register with a password and user name that is accepted. I am NOT going to do "forgot your password?" email every time I want to come here. Am I going to have to give up on this site???? What's the secret?? For user name, can't you use whatever name you'd like? Password was deemed medium strength (it's one I remember though), so can this be the issue?? Getting pretty fed up with trying to access the forums. May have say ADIOS!
To be honest, I doubt migraines respond to nutrition. Unless you're sensitive to a particular food and can avoid that. I'd try and access some migraine sites. I'm sorry as I know people who suffer from this, awful.
Question: not related to above comments, but I thought this might be a good place to just ask. Under the recipe section, it gives you the opption to "index". Is this saving the recipe for you after clicking? Where is it saved if so? please help.
lmoore wrote: I am blasting with my Nutribullet for three weeks. I am hoping to achieve some help with frequent migraines. So far, I have not noticed a difference. I do feel more energetic, but the frequency of the migraines remains unchanged. I assumed with more magnesium that is known to help with migraines, that I might be feeling better. It may just be too soon I guess.
Migraines are tricky in that there are different triggers for each person. First, be sure that there are not particular foods you are eating that spark the pain (dairy, wheat, citrus, caffeine, artificial sweeteners, chocolate, tannins in red wine, cheese, and nightshade veggies are a few examples of common culprits). Some nutrients, such as magnesium, calcium, and fiber can be used to relieve migraine symptoms by restoring the natural balance of brain chemistry. Some good ingredients to throw in your NutriBlast include beets, leafy greens, ginger, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds/flaxmeal, and some blackberries and/or blueberries. Top it with some calcium-rich almond milk to the MAX LINE and blast for migraine relief! An herb that has been shown helpful is feverfew (http://nccam.nih.gov/health/feverfew). Be sure to clear any alternative treatments with your doctor before beginning.
moberr wrote: Hello. I too am new to NB and am Type 2 Diabetic. I would be very interested in hearing what other diabetics put into their NB. It seems like a lot fruit and although I love fruit, I know that I have to pick carefully. I prefer something creamy to drink and I'm having a little trouble getting over the color. The Protein powers sound like a great idea and might keep me going longer on busy days. Anyone got some good ideas for me? Thank you.
Have you seen our article here about Blasting for Blood Sugar Control? http://www.nutriliving.com/blog/blasting-blood-sugar-control If you like creamy, I'd suggest an avocado! This will provide a creamy texture and some healthy fat with a little protein to help balance blood sugar. Nuts are also a great option (almonds, walnuts, cashews). We also have a great article about protein powders for you: http://www.nutriliving.com/blog/which-protein-powder-best-you From here, I'd suggest typing in the words "diabetes", or "sugar", or "fruit" for some more articles, recipes and tips. There is some research that shows limiting fruits did not change ones HbA1C levels and that it may be ok to consume more fruit than once thought. http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1475-2891-12-29.pdf Check your blood sugars about 2 hours after consuming your Blast to see how it affects you. And make sure this is all ok with your Dr. :)
I purchase my NutriBullet a few day ago and I'm really enjoying my NutriBlasts....Love trying new recipes and my main goal is weight loss. I'm new to this site and was wondering if there's a way to save the recipes we see and like into our profile for an easier find. I see "index" when going through recipes but don't know if that saves them anywhere and if so, where? Thanks :)
I was also concerned about fruits when I started using my Nutribullet. Luckily, you don't need to use a lot of fruit to get the sweetness that makes the blasts yummy. I tested my blood sugar one time before and after and was happy to see my numbers were lower 2 hours after. On my meter (Canadian measurement) is was a 2 point difference... in an American measurement equivalent it would be about 36 points. I would say try some recipes from here and test a few times to see how you respond to them.
AlyshaCat wrote: I purchase my NutriBullet a few day ago and I'm really enjoying my NutriBlasts....Love trying new recipes and my main goal is weight loss. I'm new to this site and was wondering if there's a way to save the recipes we see and like into our profile for an easier find. I see "index" when going through recipes but don't know if that saves them anywhere and if so, where? Thanks :)
We have received this request from several NutriLiving members! We're working on it. The "index" simply brings you back to the main index of recipes. We'll let you know when the feature to save recipes is available. In the meantime, I'd suggest writing down the names and then doing a direct search for them when you'd like to make one. Hopefully you won't have to stick with that method for long.
I just made a blast with 2 carrots, 1/4 of a lemon (peel the rind on all citrus fruits), stevia and ginger. It came out delish. It totally makes the juice with pulp and all. It is amazing. just scrub the carrots or peel them (scrubbing is better). Hi ricky, Didn't you need to add liquid? I used peeled organic carrots and ginger and water, but it came out a bit too pulpy. I wonder if I didn't use the nutribullet long enough? Anyone get this result?
Question: How long is it best to keep churning with the nutribullet -- I made a carrot drink yesterday (my FIRST) and it came out a bit too pulpy. I'd added ice along with ginger and water, so was surprised at the grittiness. (The carrots were peeled) Thanks!
[quote=Denise Breslin]Qu wrote: Question: How long is it best to keep churning with the nutribullet -- I made a carrot drink yesterday (my FIRST) and it came out a bit too pulpy. I'd added ice along with ginger and water, so was surprised at the grittiness. (The carrots were peeled) Thanks!
Hey Denise. I think I answered this question on Facebook. Any luck with the suggested changes or are you still having issues with the texture?
I was wondering about whether or not to peel citrus fruits before putting them in the Nutribullet. I was thinking maybe the basic rule of thumb is if I peel it to eat it raw I should peel it before I blast it...is that accurate?
Just Got my NutriBullet . Used Magic Bullet before but the NB is must powerfull than MB . This is Ramadan for us and I enjoy my NB early in the morning and late evening ..:-)
pinkmel13 wrote: I was wondering about whether or not to peel citrus fruits before putting them in the Nutribullet. I was thinking maybe the basic rule of thumb is if I peel it to eat it raw I should peel it before I blast it...is that accurate?
That's a great rule of thumb :) For more specifics, because some might surprise you (pineapple cores!), check out this handy extraction prep chart! http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/peelingde-seeding/
Hi there, I am new to the NutriBullet world. I would like to know if anyone knows the nutritional values of the Vitality SuperBoost that NutriBullet sells.
KellyBrown wrote: Hi there, I am new to the NutriBullet world. I would like to know if anyone knows the nutritional values of the Vitality SuperBoost that NutriBullet sells.
15 calories, 30mg potassium, 1g carbohydrates, 1 g fiber, 3g protein. Ingredients are: pea protein, amla extract, cacao powder, himilayan sea salt, shilajit powder extract, maca extract, mucuna extract, ashwagandha extract, stevia.
Today is my first day and so far so good. One quick question, the recipes that call for almond milk can you use soy milk instead? I already use soy and the almond tasted a little strong this morning. Thank you! Looking forward to getting healthy!
Just started with the Nutribullet and must say I am totally LOVING IT! A couple of newbie questions... I've been using hemp seeds, goji berries, flax seeds, cacao nibs, etc. and am wondering if it is better to use them as is or if there's a benefit to using ground/powder/juice varieties of these versus the seeds/nibs? Conversely, I've been using Perfect Food Raw Organic Super Green food powder instead of the greens as I find it is super packed and provides a lot more green power in a lot less space. Any thoughts on this? Now to provide a little idea that works well for me. If you like your NutriBlasts cold, you can add frozen bananas, blueberries, strawberries, etc. and get the fruity taste with the cold without adding extra ice and watering down what you have!
Melty29 wrote: Today is my first day and so far so good. One quick question, the recipes that call for almond milk can you use soy milk instead? I already use soy and the almond tasted a little strong this morning. Thank you! Looking forward to getting healthy!
You can use soy, I just would not use it every day. It is high in phytoestrogens and can interact with certain hormones in the body. It is also one of the largest GMO crops out there. You can try rice milk or even coconut milk if almond milk is too strong. Make sure you are getting the unsweetened options of these milks.
dlaskaris wrote: Just started with the Nutribullet and must say I am totally LOVING IT! A couple of newbie questions... I've been using hemp seeds, goji berries, flax seeds, cacao nibs, etc. and am wondering if it is better to use them as is or if there's a benefit to using ground/powder/juice varieties of these versus the seeds/nibs? Conversely, I've been using Perfect Food Raw Organic Super Green food powder instead of the greens as I find it is super packed and provides a lot more green power in a lot less space. Any thoughts on this? Now to provide a little idea that works well for me. If you like your NutriBlasts cold, you can add frozen bananas, blueberries, strawberries, etc. and get the fruity taste with the cold without adding extra ice and watering down what you have!
I love all the products you listed, especially the greens supplement. I like to use the least processed version of foods, so I always opt for my superfoods in the whole food state. Powdered is a great option as well but if I have the choice I like the whole foods. As far as frozen foods, I freeze just about everything I put into my Blast. Bananas, kale, blueberries, mango, zucchini and whatever else I have at home. Just make sure you prep your ingredients before putting them in the freezer.
Thank you for your response!
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HI Is it normal to haveHI Is it normal to have hardly any bowel movements since starting my Nutribulliet for 7 days now, and I have been using mostly vegetables with a little fruit? I am very concerned and would love some advice. Thanks.
londonlass wrote: HI Is it normal to have hardly any bowel movements since starting my Nutribulliet for 7 days now, and I have been using mostly vegetables with a little fruit? I am very concerned and would love some advice. Thanks.
Most people find that they have increased bowel movements when introducing NutriBlasts. It may be that you are not drinking enough water. If you increase your fiber and not your water, then you may actually clog up. In addition, try some light aerobic exercise to stimulate the bowels. Focus on insoluble fiber. Examples of these foods plus more info is right in this article here! http://www.nutriliving.com/blog/getting-things-moving-fiber
I just made my first Nutriblast yesterday,,,I made the Swiss Mix recipe that is in the NutriBullet User Guide Recipe Book. It is sooooo good and kept me full from 11am until 5pm. That was the most surprising thing!! The Swiss Mix has pumpkin seeds in it. I have always loved fruits and veggies but find that you are hungry a few hours later. I guess it was combining them all together in a NutriBlast that kept hunger at bay!!! I liked that!!! Today I feel like something with raspberries in it so I am gonna make a NutriBlast like that today!!! :) I love my new NutriBullet!
Hi new 2nutribullet made my first nutriblast today and I didn't care for the taste any easy recipes I could try out
Eastcoastbaby85 wrote: Hi new 2nutribullet made my first nutriblast today and I didn't care for the taste any easy recipes I could try out
Everyone has different taste preferences, but this one is usually a crowd favorite. 1 cup of spinach, 4 frozen strawberries, 1 small persian cucumber, 1 tbsp of chia seeds 1 frozen banana and coconut water to the max line. Let me know what you think!
I just got my nutribullte and made my first blast. I followed one of the recipes using the tall cup as directed. Maybe I missed something because there is no way I can drink all that. Surely making a blast in the tall cup must be a two serving blast??
The recipes are designed for one tall cup unless otherwise noted. Most people drink a tall cup in place of a meal and then use the short cup for snacks and dessert Blasts. However, it just depends on the ingredients you use as to whether or not they might be too filling. Some have more calories than others and might be thicker which makes them more filling. If using as a meal replacement, it's best to make sure it has a well rounded supply of protein, healthy fats, and carbs! No worries if you can't finish it. Just put the air tight cap on the cup and store it in the fridge. It's there for when hunger strikes again :)
I have a question I use my nutrabullet everyday and love it. Totally helps with my chemo treatments but I'm finding that it leaks sometimes. I put in the proper amount of water and I make sure the blade is on correctly and secure. Why is this happening?
dory007 wrote: I have a question I use my nutrabullet everyday and love it. Totally helps with my chemo treatments but I'm finding that it leaks sometimes. I put in the proper amount of water and I make sure the blade is on correctly and secure. Why is this happening?
Where is it leaking from? If it wet on the bottom of the extractor blade, then either the gasket is going bad or the blade itself is leaking. Run it for a few seconds, take it off and see if you can see where the liquid is coming from. Either one is easy to fix by replacing the extractor blade.
I am also having problem with leakage under the blade assembly. I tightened the screws and still find a brown sludge under the blade. How do you replace the extractor blade? If this is less than a year old why should this be happening?
Kylesgrammy wrote: I am also having problem with leakage under the blade assembly. I tightened the screws and still find a brown sludge under the blade. How do you replace the extractor blade? If this is less than a year old why should this be happening?
If it is under warranty, call customer service, and they will replace it. If past warranty you can buy a brand new blade on the Nutribullet website for $9.95. https://www.nutribullet.com/store/order?accessoriesId=875
I had same problem and figure out I was packing too much in the cup.
I am new and have used my nutribullet 3 times and this evening I guess I put too much in and the gasket wrapped itself around the blade. Is this normal? The next smoothie I made sure to be at the right fill level and nearly freaked out because i couldn't see the gasket and strained the whole thing through a colander to make sure there weren't little pieces of gasket in my drink...finally I could see the gasket in place. BUT...I don't want to have to worry every time I make a smoothie that the gasket could be chopped into my drink. Any thoughts????
I have a question. Would like to place an order in the store, but I can never get through the check out. It never has me fill in my address nor credit card. Always defaults to an error. Can anyone help me with this?
Hi, I am a newby NB :) and want to know for a brown rice powder, can you make your own and how? Cook it first then use the grinder attachment or uncooked grind with the good grinding attachment. Been a couple of weeks and I am loving the various blasts and the education provided in the book and website. I sense I'll be blasting for a long time to come. Thank you.
Hi, I am a newby NB :) and want to know for a brown rice powder, can you make your own and how? Cook it first then use the grinder attachment or uncooked grind with the good grinding attachment. Been a couple of weeks and I am loving the various blasts and the education provided in the book and website. I sense I'll be blasting for a long time to come. Thank you.
Hi, I am a newby NB :) and want to know for a brown rice powder, can you make your own and how? Cook it first then use the grinder attachment or uncooked grind with the good grinding attachment. Been a couple of weeks and I am loving the various blasts and the education provided in the book and website. I sense I'll be blasting for a long time to come. Thank you.
Hi, I am a newby NB :) and want to know for a brown rice powder, can you make your own and how? Cook it first then use the grinder attachment or uncooked grind with the good grinding attachment. Been a couple of weeks and I am loving the various blasts and the education provided in the book and website. I sense I'll be blasting for a long time to come. Thank you.
Hi, I am a newby NB :) and want to know for a brown rice powder, can you make your own and how? Cook it first then use the grinder attachment or uncooked grind with the good grinding attachment. Been a couple of weeks and I am loving the various blasts and the education provided in the book and website. I sense I'll be blasting for a long time to come. Thank you.
Hi, I am a newby NB :) and want to know for a brown rice powder, can you make your own and how? Cook it first then use the grinder attachment or uncooked grind with the good grinding attachment. Been a couple of weeks and I am loving the various blasts and the education provided in the book and website. I sense I'll be blasting for a long time to come. Thank you.
Hi, I am a newby NB :) and want to know for a brown rice powder, can you make your own and how? Cook it first then use the grinder attachment or uncooked grind with the good grinding attachment. Been a couple of weeks and I am loving the various blasts and the education provided in the book and website. I sense I'll be blasting for a long time to come. Thank you.
Rorichard, so glad you are loving the blast. They will change your life! Instead of making your own rice powder I would recommend you buy rice bran. The bran and germ of the rice is where 85% of the nutrients are stored. The center of the grain is called the endosperm and it is primarily starch and a little protein. The endosperm makes up about 95% of the weight of the grain kernal. White rice is rice that has had the bran and germ removed. It takes about 30 poundns of brown rice to make a pound of rice bran. So you can see with rice bran you are getting a lot more nutrient value for much less volume of just brown rice. In other words it would take 30 teaspoons of rice powder to equal the nutrient value of 1 teaspoon of rice bran. You want to buy "soluble stabilized rice bran" You can get rice bran from a number of reputable sources. Don't buy the cheepest. http://www.ricebrantech.com/ I hope this helps Wally Bishop C.N.C.
Excellent. TY for the in-depth breakdown (no pun intended). Rice bran it is! Blast off.
I just started last Tuesday. Enjoying every day. Plan on starting the 6-week transformation within a week or so. For now, most days replacing 2 meals with NB and trying to eat healthy the 3rd meal. Will be glad when all regular food is gone. This morning tried the Banana Boost preworkout. Who could have thought that healthy could taste so good!!!
I am not a complete NB newbie. I've had my machine since May/June but I still have "issues" that I have questions about and I havent prefected making the 100% perfect beautiful colored NutriBlast yet. At least a few times a week I scoure the Web for new recipes which I usually dont follow to the letter but at least I get some good ideas of what freggies mix well with one another and about other ingredients to add to boost the nutritional value. Sometimes just when I think I have come up with the right combination of produce that will result in a beautiful bright green,or other colored beverage all I end up with is a brownish looking liquid that may taste fine but is far from a dazzling color. Am I the only one here this happens to???? Also I still cannot make myself like drink with kale no matter what. If i use it I must add stevia or 1 tsp of organic honey just to be able to drink it! All other greens (spinach,watercress,swiss chard,etc) I'm fine with but not kale so I only buy it in 1 or 2 serving size amounts. I have one another question....what is the deal with pre soaking shelled raw nuts in water before using them? I have seen this in a lot of recipes/comments. Does it help for them to blend up better or what????
mrsdmk wrote: I am not a complete NB newbie. I've had my machine since May/June but I still have "issues" that I have questions about and I havent prefected making the 100% perfect beautiful colored NutriBlast yet. At least a few times a week I scoure the Web for new recipes which I usually dont follow to the letter but at least I get some good ideas of what freggies mix well with one another and about other ingredients to add to boost the nutritional value. Sometimes just when I think I have come up with the right combination of produce that will result in a beautiful bright green,or other colored beverage all I end up with is a brownish looking liquid that may taste fine but is far from a dazzling color. Am I the only one here this happens to???? Also I still cannot make myself like drink with kale no matter what. If i use it I must add stevia or 1 tsp of organic honey just to be able to drink it! All other greens (spinach,watercress,swiss chard,etc) I'm fine with but not kale so I only buy it in 1 or 2 serving size amounts. I have one another question....what is the deal with pre soaking shelled raw nuts in water before using them? I have seen this in a lot of recipes/comments. Does it help for them to blend up better or what????
Try baby kale, they have that in most supermarkets now. It is less bitter than the standard kale you are probably using. Soaking nuts helps them blend easier and has a lot of nutritional benefits. Soaking nuts helps to reduce phytic acid, tannins and enzyme inhibitors leading to improved digestion and better absorption of nutrients.
Ingredient Allergies: I am aIngredient Allergies: I am a newbie and I have a few food allergies. First, I have an allergy to avocados and it is listed as a smoothie ingredient...does anyone have any recommendations for a substitute for it? I am not able to eat a lot of pineapple but it is also in a lot of smoothie recipes. Any recommendations for substitutes for it as well? I also must avoid any kind of aloe. ? Substitutes? Thanks for your help.
PS I also can't have too much soy or too much almond milk...but I know there are plenty of other choices, so I am asking in advance for some other substitute recommendations. Thank you all so much! I appreciate it!
PsProv4me wrote: Ingredient Allergies: I am a newbie and I have a few food allergies. First, I have an allergy to avocados and it is listed as a smoothie ingredient...does anyone have any recommendations for a substitute for it? I am not able to eat a lot of pineapple but it is also in a lot of smoothie recipes. Any recommendations for substitutes for it as well? I also must avoid any kind of aloe. ? Substitutes? Thanks for your help.
For some other ingredients that lend a thicker, creamier texture like avocado, try frozen banana, cashews, frozen mango, a non-dairy yogurt, or organic pears. Papaya is another fruit with similar nutrients to pineapple. For liquids, try coconut water, filtered water, chilled green tea or any other non-dairy milk like coconut, rice, hempseed, etc.
Have you tried again since your initial problems? Please email at support@nutriliving.com and explain your problems...
Call Customer Service at 855-346-8874. They can help you figure this out. They're open everyday from 9-8pm EST.
Thank you for your help. Papaya is a wonderful fruit and I do well with it. I appreciate the extra liquid suggestions. In regards to the other post about soy milk, if I drink too much of it I get a horrible rash on my face and neck, so I tend to avoid it. Avocado in general does not agree with me and I feel ill soon after eating it. I tried a fresh version of it this summer and had the same reaction so I also avoid it. I have had my aloe allergy since high school and it has never changed, so I avoid it too. If you think of any other suggestions in regards to what would substitute for these other foods that would be great. I purchased the NutriBullet to make a healthier start. I am looking forward to having more energy, feeling healthier, and losing weight. Thanks for taking the time to write.
Are recipes listed in NB "cookbook" considered a single serving (to be prepared in the small cup) or a double serving to be prepared in the larger cup? Also, when recipes call for "one orange", "one banana", "half avocado", should I assume the skins are to be used as well? Lastly, should I assume that whenever a recipe calls for beans or other denser vegetables/grains, they will ALWAYS indicate if they must be cooked/steamed? Thank you! Ramona
Cuban Food Fairy wrote: Are recipes listed in NB "cookbook" considered a single serving (to be prepared in the small cup) or a double serving to be prepared in the larger cup? Also, when recipes call for "one orange", "one banana", "half avocado", should I assume the skins are to be used as well? Lastly, should I assume that whenever a recipe calls for beans or other denser vegetables/grains, they will ALWAYS indicate if they must be cooked/steamed? Thank you! Ramona
Great Questions! First, here is a great resource for how to prep certain ingredients. http://www.nutriliving.com/infographics/extraction-prep-chart As for serving size...it is up to you how much you'd like to drink! All recipes in the Natural Healing Foods and on this website are for one tall cup (unless otherwise noted). Feel free to drink the whole thing yourself or you can share with a friend. Usually if one is drinking it for a meal replacement, then the whole tall cup is consumed - for snacks and dessert recipes you may wish to do a small cup and cut the recipe in half. All beans must be cooked or sprouted before adding to the Blast. Grains are usually always cooked - however rolled and instant oats don't need to be (steel cut do). All fruits and veggies can be cooked or raw (see the chart for more details).
Is it ok to use Collard Greens in the Nutri Bullet?
demicha4 wrote: Is it ok to use Collard Greens in the Nutri Bullet?
Absolutely!
been using my nutribullet for a little over 3 weeks now and went to the doctor for blood work. they called me this morning and said my triglycerides were perfect and my cholesterol was at 193 and I lost about 9 pounds!this comes as good news since I've struggled with this for quite some time.
kenneththered wrote: been using my nutribullet for a little over 3 weeks now and went to the doctor for blood work. they called me this morning and said my triglycerides were perfect and my cholesterol was at 193 and I lost about 9 pounds!this comes as good news since I've struggled with this for quite some time.
That's such great news! Congrats :)
Organic fruits and vegetables are better to use, but i can't afford to buy organics, so I have to use regular fruits and vegetables, am I still getting the same nutrients from them?
elsaries wrote: Organic fruits and vegetables are better to use, but i can't afford to buy organics, so I have to use regular fruits and vegetables, am I still getting the same nutrients from them?
Most research claims that nutritional profiles for conventional and organic are quite similar...some say that certain nutrients in organic produce are higher - mostly the phytochemical levels. This is up for debate though since a variety of factors (soil, climate, harvest time, distance transproted, etc.) play a roll in nutritional content. The main reason to choose organic would be to avoid pesticides, hormones and other chemicals used in conventional farming. Here's a good Q&A on this topic followed by a link to how to was conventional produce. http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/04/organic-food-vs-conventional-food/?_r=0 http://www.nutriliving.com/blog/getting-pesticides-your-produce
I read your chart regarding what items need peeled etc.....and I was surprised to see that lemons, limes, oranges all say to peel. I blast mine rinds and all! I was told that there is a lot of goodness in the rinds and it actually adds a lot of flavor and fiber! Is that ok? Please advise!
Sappysf wrote: I read your chart regarding what items need peeled etc.....and I was surprised to see that lemons, limes, oranges all say to peel. I blast mine rinds and all! I was told that there is a lot of goodness in the rinds and it actually adds a lot of flavor and fiber! Is that ok? Please advise!
It is OK to Blast the rinds, we have several recipes that call for it. Some people do not like the bitter taste the rinds have but if you enjoy it, continue on! =)
Just addendum to the comment below.
londonlass wrote: HI Is it normal to have hardly any bowel movements since starting my Nutribulliet for 7 days now, and I have been using mostly vegetables with a little fruit? I am very concerned and would love some advice. Thanks.
Hi, I also found that if you blast bananas, this could constipate you. The advice from Krista is right as well. Try and get more ambulatory movement during the day. Exercising at least 3 to 4 days weekly for 1/2 hour helps and about 60 to 80 oz. of water daily. You might try a bit of metamucil for a week or so.
Sorry I just figured out how to reply and refer to a certain post, by quoting. Regard my reply to the original post 2 posts up. Thanks. JOE
I am a NB newbee... I am excited but somewhat confused in how to add to daily regimine with all the different ingredients?
How do you prep ingredients before freezing them?
How do you prep ingredients before freezing them?
The User & Recipe book that came with my machine has some great recommendations starting on page 76. I made my first NutriBlast this morning - the Banana Kale Bonanza. It turned out rather well. I look forward to trying all of the recipes and then improvising.
I'm a NB newbee too. I'm starting with the recommendations in the User Guide & Recipe Book. I just went out to purchase many of the boosts from the pocket nutritionist that came with my NutriBullet.
Hi, you guessed it, another newbie. My husband got us a nutribullet for Christmas. I hadn't heard of it, and was disappointed at first, but he promises we will like it. We tried the first NB today, but it was a phase 2 NB (Vita-Berry Blast) and it was good. I hope we didn't mess up by starting out with a phase 2 NB. we are very picky, so we're trying to find something we both like. Nearly all the recipes in the user guide and recipe book call for either a banana or avocado... is the banana supposed to be peeled first, or do you put the whole thing in? Same with the avocado? I don't like avocados, is there a pit inside that needs removed? And lastly grapes, i read in one of the books that grapes should go in on the stem and all... is that true? We peeled the banana for the vita-berry blast I can't imagine blasting the peel into a drink.
pettitp wrote: I am a NB newbee... I am excited but somewhat confused in how to add to daily regimine with all the different ingredients?
Our Six Week Transformation Plan offers a plan on how you can start to incorporate NutriBlasts into your daily life! You can find this in the Natural Healing Foods book or the User Guide and recipe book!
betsysueb wrote: How do you prep ingredients before freezing them?
For most fruits, simply wash and allow to dry. Prep them as you would if you were going to add it to your Blast right then. Spread it out on a baking sheet and stick in the freezer. Once frozen, you may combine in a ZipLock bag and store in the freezer for later use. The reason you are laying in a single row to freeze is so they don't all stick together!
amay00 wrote: Hi, you guessed it, another newbie. My husband got us a nutribullet for Christmas. I hadn't heard of it, and was disappointed at first, but he promises we will like it. We tried the first NB today, but it was a phase 2 NB (Vita-Berry Blast) and it was good. I hope we didn't mess up by starting out with a phase 2 NB. we are very picky, so we're trying to find something we both like. Nearly all the recipes in the user guide and recipe book call for either a banana or avocado... is the banana supposed to be peeled first, or do you put the whole thing in? Same with the avocado? I don't like avocados, is there a pit inside that needs removed? And lastly grapes, i read in one of the books that grapes should go in on the stem and all... is that true? We peeled the banana for the vita-berry blast I can't imagine blasting the peel into a drink.
We've got a great chart to help w/ all your prep needs! http://www.nutriliving.com/infographics/extraction-prep-chart
Great chart! Thanks!!!
Would one of the moderators of this site be able to give me a link to the Healing Foods and the Recipes, so that I can view them all at one time in one document that I can scroll through? One for each of these would be ideal. This would save a lot of time, and then I could have a copy of it on my desktop, and I could use the FIND feature to locate items I am looking for. Waiting for a positive response. Thank you.
I wish I knew better how to use this website, so I could get the maximum benefit out of it. Where I uploaded my photo, to the right is a box that says UPDATE STATUS. What is this for? How do I connect as friends with other Nutri Bullet users?
Wow thank you for posting this. Just bought my Nutribullet yesterday. Very helpful!! PS...love, love,love it!!!!
I just purchased by NB for Christmas. I have tried it twice with vegetables and little fruit. I have to go out and get more berries to sweeten it up a little bit :) but I like it so far :) I am hoping to get in better health and lose some weight. We will see :)
Congratulation! welcome to the forum! Start with 1/2 veggies and 1/2 low sugar fruits like green apple, berries, peaches, pears and plums. You can also add a little steviaa to sweeten it a little. Then add more veggies and a little less fruits once you are use to it being less sweet, You shoud aim for 3 times more veggies tham fruits. You can lose weight and get healthier! Healthy wishes Wally Bishop C.N.C
I have read that if your body is not used to a lot of fiber....and then begin eating it, it can have the opposite effect...it can constipate you! Sometimes you have to gradually enter fiber into your system. Is this part of the reason to start with phase I?
Bananas do need peeling. Avocados need to be peeled and the pit removed. It is huge and I would imagine would ruin your NB. Both are tasty and will add creaminess to your blast. YUM.
Does it matter what kind of seeds are used as boosters? I am not sure where to purchase hemp seeds or chia seeds. I have been using whole flax seeds every day but I do have some raw pumpkin seeds (they are not easy find) it is also hard to find unsalted sunflower seeds. I also need to know about the max line - can the solid ingredients extend slightly above the line as long as the liquid does not. By the time I put my kale mix in there doesn't seem to be room for all of the fruit below the line. A lot of recipes call for 1 cup of several fruits.
I really pack mine full, almost to the top, and then need to use the blade of a knife to loosen it along the sides in order to add the liquid to the Max Line. They turn out nice and thick and I haven't had any problems with leaking, etc.
Yes, you can go over above the max line. I usually fill it to the top with no problems at all. If you fill to the max line then there's barely anything in there after it's blended. They list the different types of seeds in the book but you can buy any of those seeds at most grocery stores. Whole foods will definitely have them.
elsaries wrote: Organic fruits and vegetables are better to use, but i can't afford to buy organics, so I have to use regular fruits and vegetables, am I still getting the same nutrients from them?
You should refer to the Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 list for which produce to buy organic. Here's the link: http://myfrugaladventures.com/2013/05/dirty-dozen-and-clean-15-list-for-2013/ For those items on the Dirty Dozen list you're getting added pesticides. Buy them organic especially apples since they're the highest in pesticide residue.
gemi643 wrote: Does it matter what kind of seeds are used as boosters? I am not sure where to purchase hemp seeds or chia seeds. I have been using whole flax seeds every day but I do have some raw pumpkin seeds (they are not easy find) it is also hard to find unsalted sunflower seeds. I also need to know about the max line - can the solid ingredients extend slightly above the line as long as the liquid does not. By the time I put my kale mix in there doesn't seem to be room for all of the fruit below the line. A lot of recipes call for 1 cup of several fruits.
You can order seeds online or you can order chia seeds right from our website: http://www.nutriliving.com/store/superfoods
I have been using the Nutribullet for 5 days now using only stage 1 foods with Tumeric. Now everytime I eat normal food my stomach cramps. Is this normal? Will it go away?
Yes just wash well. If you have a wholesale club around like sam's,b.j.'s or costco then you should join. I saved a fortune buying my fruits and veggies there along with nuts and flax seeds.
it is.it's your body going through the change of eating healthier. Mine still does it whenever I eat foods that have a lot of fat or sugar.
Hello, another nutribullet newbie and I have a few questions: are the boosts sold by NB gluten free? Also, can blasts be made a few at a time and stored in the fridge? Are any of the nutrients lost? Thanks for your help!
Hi I have been using my new Nutri Bullet for only a few days, but I absolutely LOVE it!! I have always had an aversion to pills of any kind and my entire adult life I have been on the lookout for powdered vitamins. I also have always been very physically active with multiple sporting activities and have always been health conscious...knowing that any liquid form of consumption is more readily adapted to our bodily system. My very first Nutri Bullet drink consisted of what I had on hand: spring lettuce mix, banana, strawberries, pineapple and a scoop of the SuperBoost I received with my new NutriBullet. It was DELICIOUS!!! (I can taste a hint of chocolate in the SuperBoost...yum..it is quite good for a powdered mix...I have extensive experience with MANY different brands of fruit/vege mixes...thank you!) I am pleasantly pleased with the ease of use of the NutriBullet. I have put off purchasing this unit in the past because I thought it would be time consuming to prepare the fruits/vegies, etc. It could not be easier. I am SO happy that I have finally bought this unit. Also, thanks for the blog and this forum...the only questions I had were regarding what to peel and what pits/seeds to not use...great info is posted on these sites. Thank you!! :-)
Just wondering about a couple of things!! when a recipe asks for limes or lemons, do u blast peels too? what about avocados?? Pits and peels??
tcrispy67 wrote: Just wondering about a couple of things!! when a recipe asks for limes or lemons, do u blast peels too? what about avocados?? Pits and peels??
This will help you out! http://www.nutriliving.com/infographics/extraction-prep-chart
WineExploring wrote: Hello, another nutribullet newbie and I have a few questions: are the boosts sold by NB gluten free? Also, can blasts be made a few at a time and stored in the fridge? Are any of the nutrients lost? Thanks for your help!
FAQ#12 answers your Q about making a Blast ahead of time: http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/ And for our superfood boosts - the Superfood Superboost and our Superfood Greens (coming soon!) are certified Gluten-free. The Energy Boost and Fat Burning Boost do not have any gluten-containing ingredients, but are not currently certified. Our Vitality Boost is not certified, however does not have gluten-containing ingredients in it either.
Hello, Today I made my 1st NBHello, Today I made my 1st NB basic cleanse blast, I must say that it is good but wuld like for it to be a little sweeter! I am excited about the 5 day cleanse but have a problem with the menu for Dinner. Do I have to follow the Dinner menu? I am not big on a lot of Vegs and that was 1 reason why I got the NB to get more vegs in my diet along with weight lose. I do like some of the dinners that are in the book and wonder if I can use those instead? Any advice would be great Thank You Cindy
Hello I am excited about theHello I am excited about the 5 day cleanse but have a problem with the menu for Dinner. Do I have to follow the Dinner menu? I am not big on a lot of Vegs and that was 1 reason why I got the NB to get more vegs in my diet along with weight lose. I do like some of the dinners that are in the book and wonder if I can use those instead? Can I have have snacks in between the NB on the 5 day cleanse? I also would like to know about coffee I drink decaff with a little cream is this still ok? I am this life style change to feel better and get my life back Any advice would be great :)
Cinnie52 wrote: Hello, Today I made my 1st NB basic cleanse blast, I must say that it is good but wuld like for it to be a little sweeter! I am excited about the 5 day cleanse but have a problem with the menu for Dinner. Do I have to follow the Dinner menu? I am not big on a lot of Vegs and that was 1 reason why I got the NB to get more vegs in my diet along with weight lose. I do like some of the dinners that are in the book and wonder if I can use those instead? Any advice would be great Thank You Cindy
You can use your favorite dinner recipes from the book, feel free to swap!
Krista Haynes wrote: [quote=betsysueb]How do you prep ingredients before freezing them?
For most fruits, simply wash and allow to dry. Prep them as you would if you were going to add it to your Blast right then. Spread it out on a baking sheet and stick in the freezer. Once frozen, you may combine in a ZipLock bag and store in the freezer for later use. The reason you are laying in a single row to freeze is so they don't all stick together![/quote] I was wondering about using frozen fruits, thanks for this blog. Can I use frozen veggies also? We buy a lot of veggies but they are frozen, I started buying fresh in a bag but they started going bad too fast, please reply so I can start blasting. As you can guess I am very new at this. I have the NUTRiBULLET Pro 900.
Krista Haynes wrote: [quote=betsysueb]How do you prep ingredients before freezing them?
For most fruits, simply wash and allow to dry. Prep them as you would if you were going to add it to your Blast right then. Spread it out on a baking sheet and stick in the freezer. Once frozen, you may combine in a ZipLock bag and store in the freezer for later use. The reason you are laying in a single row to freeze is so they don't all stick together![/quote] I was wondering about using frozen fruits, thanks for this blog. Can I use frozen veggies also? We buy a lot of veggies but they are frozen, I started buying fresh in a bag but they started going bad too fast, please reply so I can start blasting. As you can guess I am very new at this. I have the NUTRiBULLET Pro 900.
jforcey96 wrote: [quote=Krista Haynes][quote=betsysueb]How do you prep ingredients before freezing them?
For most fruits, simply wash and allow to dry. Prep them as you would if you were going to add it to your Blast right then. Spread it out on a baking sheet and stick in the freezer. Once frozen, you may combine in a ZipLock bag and store in the freezer for later use. The reason you are laying in a single row to freeze is so they don't all stick together![/quote] I was wondering about using frozen fruits, thanks for this blog. Can I use frozen veggies also? We buy a lot of veggies but they are frozen, I started buying fresh in a bag but they started going bad too fast, please reply so I can start blasting. As you can guess I am very new at this. I have the NUTRiBULLET Pro 900.[/quote] Sure! Just note that some veggies when frozen lend a different texture that you may or may not like. Experimenting is key...I still get some that are just not my favorite so I adjust and find something that works for me!
Great idea! i wish i would have read this before i froze everything. Cause i am really annoyed with how it sticks together.
Another newbie here. I have had my NB for a week and love it. I have seen a decline in my desire for sweets and salty foods. I have followed the recipes and found them easy and yummy. I have only had one drink I couldn't tolerate and it was one I created. Ha! I think I need to follow the recipe book a bit longer to figure out just the right ingredients and proportions. Happy blasting fellow users!
Im new to Nutribullet and have a big problem with recipes. I am allergic to nuts and have a severe gluten allergy so I don't use protein powders currently. Other than soymilk, siken tofu or edamame what can I put in my smoothies for protein. Im allergi to the following:Sesame seeds. Peanuts, wheat/rye, corn, all melons, beef. pork and preservatives. please help I can't stomach eating chicken and farm raised fish anymore,yuck!
Quinoa is a great source of protein
RWoodward wrote: Im new to Nutribullet and have a big problem with recipes. I am allergic to nuts and have a severe gluten allergy so I don't use protein powders currently. Other than soymilk, siken tofu or edamame what can I put in my smoothies for protein. Im allergi to the following:Sesame seeds. Peanuts, wheat/rye, corn, all melons, beef. pork and preservatives. please help I can't stomach eating chicken and farm raised fish anymore,yuck!
Have you tried a gluten-free protein powder (hemp, rice, or pea)? The gluten-free ones will note it on the packaging. You can also try adding hemp seeds directly to your Blast. Spirulina is another great option as well as cooked quinoa and amaranth.
alright I will try that out next time ,also are the superfoods that NB has for sale gluten free. I have been looking at the supergreen but it has wheatgrass and alfalfa curious if they ok to consume in my case.
RWoodward wrote: alright I will try that out next time ,also are the superfoods that NB has for sale gluten free. I have been looking at the supergreen but it has wheatgrass and alfalfa curious if they ok to consume in my case.
The Superfood SuperGreens is Certified Gluten-Free!!
klittle wrote:

I just made my very first nutriblast with what I had in the house - baby spinach, celery, strawberrires, blueberries, flax seed and vanilla protein powder -

The color was a little weird but the taste was yummy.

Klittle

Like the sound of that one do you have to have flax seeds and if so where do you buy them from is it a health shop.
Hello I love using the flaxHello I love using the flax seed for me I use it for hormonal Reasons and the chia for energy. I buy mine bulk I live in Oregon and shop at winco but bulk for a lot of the seeds and Nuts is cheaper! Also getting the flax seeds in grounded style Seems to mix better as well. Good luck Cinnie
How to get good colors after blast. During blasting the colors are good but before i start drinking it browns out. Any ideas on this?
vinodram venugopa wrote: Hi, How to get good colors after blast. During blasting the colors are good but before i start drinking it browns out. Any ideas on this?
You can add a small chunk of beet to your Blast, this will give it a brighter red color.
Yes I'm 6 days in and I see my sweet amd salty craving has slow down too....this is awesome! Y let's keep going!
Just try taking them out the freezer amd sot for a few minutes b4u blend.nnnn
I find that I like the blasts better when I make them in advanced and pit in the fridge tp get cold cuz the bullet seems to make the blasts warm pr even hot if u blend tpo long! But the I'm 6days in on stage 1 and am enjoying it so fat..
My Nutribullet arrived yesterday so I had my first nutriblast this morning. I'm very impressed - it was delicious. I'm looking forward to a healthier way of eating that is sustainable for me.
I see the new nutribullet 900 is BPA Free but i have the 600 one. Should i change the jars after sometime for the 600 one?
vinodram venugopal wrote: I see the new nutribullet 900 is BPA Free but i have the 600 one. Should i change the jars after sometime for the 600 one?
They are both BPA free.
Flax seeds are available in health food stores, grocery stores, I even bought some yesterday at Big Lots. Well, somehow I replied to the wrong msg. & now don't see any way to delete.
hello, I just got my Nutribullet and have been reading online the different superboosts that you can add, does anybody know if you can add all the different super boosts into your drink?
Newbie here. Made two blasts so far with water. Found both were bland. First one was baby spinach, with strawberries and banana and a dash of cinnamon. Second one was spinach with strawberries and grapes with dash of cinnamon and some of the Superboost that came with it. Both were really bland. On the first one I added some stevia, which made it palatable. On the second one I added stevia and a squirt of water enhancer and I can stand to drink it now. Why are mine coming out so bland? Using half veg half fruit???
Newbie here. Made two blasts so far with water. Found both were bland. First one was baby spinach, with strawberries and banana and a dash of cinnamon. Second one was spinach with strawberries and grapes with dash of cinnamon and some of the Superboost that came with it. Both were really bland. On the first one I added some stevia, which made it palatable. On the second one I added stevia and a squirt of water enhancer and I can stand to drink it now. Why are mine coming out so bland? Using half veg half fruit???
sbond58 wrote: hello, I just got my Nutribullet and have been reading online the different superboosts that you can add, does anybody know if you can add all the different super boosts into your drink?
Yes you may! There are some of the same ingredients in a few of them, but sticking to the serving size, feel free to add one or even 3 :)
I am new to Nutriliving. Am trying to figure out how to use the power driving unit. There are three pieces of plastic inside the power unit; they're covering up holes. Am I to remove these three pieces before using the unit? Forgive me, but I can't seem to find the Instructions on how to assemble and use the power unit. On TV they just show how to press down on the unit...but am afraid to do that not knowing if those holes should be uncovered, left alone, or the plastic be removed. The Instructions refer to the "Activator" buttons. What are those, and where can they be located?
Just bought my nutribullet 3 days ago and have had 2 drinks a day for the past 2-3 days. My taste for food seems to have changed. The crap I normally eat does not taste good, and the veggies I have been eating are so goof taste to me now. My new sweet is medjool dates, YUM. This seesm to good to be true. In the past 2 years I have been treated for thyroid cancer, had a traumatic bone fracture to my elbow, and diagnosed with osteopenia.
did your taste, or craving for foods change?
jvkmoy, As someone else alsojvkmoy, As someone else also new to the Nutribullet, I too, found the operation a bit perplexing the first time, and the instructions, for a seemingly simple gadget, lacking. I consider myself fairly savvy but nowhere in the accompanying literature, nor in the shopping channel demos, was it ever pointed out the tabs on the cups need to be aligned with the white plastic segments in the base (are these the 'activator buttons' mentioned in the booklet?...the plastic pieces depress when pushed down allowing the gears to engage). The book graphics, and David's presentations, make it seem as though you can just insert the cup, anywhere... just push and twist. Except you can't push and twist if the tabs aren't aligned. (I have to wonder about someone who's vision impaired not figuring out that one crucial step. I also know of someone who purchased two units, and returned both for being 'dead' because nothing happened when she pushed down. Perhaps she hadn't aligned the tabs...) Bottom line, no 'assembly' or removal of pieces needed. Attach the extractor blades to your fruit/veg-filled cup, align the tabs to the plastic segments, push down and twist clockwise. To release, turn counterclockwise and the cup will lift out where the tabs were inserted. HTH.
Yes I just started using my nutribullet about a week ago. I only drink one tall one a day, and now I am starting to not like sweets as much as I use too. I keep trying to eat a cake or ice cream and I just don't really like the taste anymore. This is s o crazy to me.
jykmoy wrote: I am new to Nutriliving. Am trying to figure out how to use the power driving unit. There are three pieces of plastic inside the power unit; they're covering up holes. Am I to remove these three pieces before using the unit? Forgive me, but I can't seem to find the Instructions on how to assemble and use the power unit. On TV they just show how to press down on the unit...but am afraid to do that not knowing if those holes should be uncovered, left alone, or the plastic be removed. The Instructions refer to the "Activator" buttons. What are those, and where can they be located?
No you want to leave those in place. All you need to do is fill your cup with veggies, screw on the blade, flip and place it into the motor base. You will have to line up the tabs on the cup with the tabs on the motor base, also known as the activator buttons.
I know you are supposed to drink your blast right after you make it (within 45 min at most). But are you supposed to sip it slowly, or drink it really fast? Does it matter. Normally thou are supposed to eat slowly.....
ce24176 wrote: Newbie here. Made two blasts so far with water. Found both were bland. First one was baby spinach, with strawberries and banana and a dash of cinnamon. Second one was spinach with strawberries and grapes with dash of cinnamon and some of the Superboost that came with it. Both were really bland. On the first one I added some stevia, which made it palatable. On the second one I added stevia and a squirt of water enhancer and I can stand to drink it now. Why are mine coming out so bland? Using half veg half fruit???
Try using coconut water as your base or unsweetened almond milk, this will help enhance flavor.
bunnywright wrote: I know you are supposed to drink your blast right after you make it (within 45 min at most). But are you supposed to sip it slowly, or drink it really fast? Does it matter. Normally thou are supposed to eat slowly.....
It is best to sip your Blast slowly and aim to finish over a 20-30 minute period. This will allow your body to process the nutrients and will decrease any bloating associated with an increase in fiber.
Don't call yourself fat! Im sure you already feel better from having the blasts and will be losing weight soon! Good luck
That's a good thing. I had my second blast today (32 oz) in the morning. I like to make one as soon as I get downstairs to help jump start my day. I'm also finding myself having less cravings for things.
Help!!!! I'm a nutribullet newbie!!!! I've made two drinks so far and they both have come out to 16oz each!!!! It seems like a lot!!! On average how much should you consume in one sitting???!!!! Thanks!!!
Fresh is best!!! Nutribullet recommends fresh in the manual.
I am a new NutriBullet owner :) The issue I have run into is that I cant seem to order the "SuperBoost" powder.... I live in Canada. Is there any ideas on how I can get it? I read in other's replies that there unit came with a free package of it which sounds pretty nice :) Is it not allowed to cross the border??
Peppurann wrote: Help!!!! I'm a nutribullet newbie!!!! I've made two drinks so far and they both have come out to 16oz each!!!! It seems like a lot!!! On average how much should you consume in one sitting???!!!! Thanks!!!
If you are replacing a meal I would suggest using the tall cup, if you are using your Blast as a snack I would suggest using the short cup. Listen to your body, if you are feeling full with the tall cup amount, maybe you only need half of that or just the short cup to feel full.
Peppurann wrote: Help!!!! I'm a nutribullet newbie!!!! I've made two drinks so far and they both have come out to 16oz each!!!! It seems like a lot!!! On average how much should you consume in one sitting???!!!! Thanks!!!
If you are replacing a meal I would suggest using the tall cup, if you are using your Blast as a snack I would suggest using the short cup. Listen to your body, if you are feeling full with the tall cup amount, maybe you only need half of that or just the short cup to feel full.
sheilawalt37 wrote: I am a new NutriBullet owner :) The issue I have run into is that I cant seem to order the "SuperBoost" powder.... I live in Canada. Is there any ideas on how I can get it? I read in other's replies that there unit came with a free package of it which sounds pretty nice :) Is it not allowed to cross the border??
We ship to Cananda, so you should be able to order it off our site. If you run into any issues I would suggest calling customer service: 1-855-346-8874
I started using the Nutribullet and drinking smoothies yesterday. I am about 25 lbs. overweight, in my mid fifties and lead a pretty sedentary lifestyle. I would like to start a documented journey and to be featured as a success story. Who can I contact for that? Additionally, what do I need to do to promote the Nutribullet in a way that I can get paid for it?
Hi, Please send an email toHi, Please send an email to customerservice@nutribullet.com.
Thanks for your reply to my questions. All they need to do is show a few photographs, diagrams, or other visual to show what the parts are and explain how they work. Seems to me this will avoid a lot of questions for someone like me who know nothing about mechanics. I note the discussion on "gaskets" and have no idea what they are talking about! Apparently, they fall off once in a while. There was some concern that they not fall off during a "blast"... For that I have a similar recommendation.
Just bought a Nutri 600, have not used it yet. It was lacking the manual but I found it online. Is it just for making blasts (drinks) or can I use it w/o the water (like a blender)? Are there recipes for other than smoothies?
3 months ago I eliminated 95% of all processed foods from my diet. 1 month ago I purchased my Nutribullet Rx. I have at least 1 fruit and vegetable blast a day, the majority of time I try to get 2 in, breakfast and dinner. I went off cold turkey taking Prozac that I have been taking for 2 years. OMG, no tingling sensations in my head this time like previous attempts. The side effects when trying to get off of the anti depressant s was always worse than the depression itself. I am excited to say, I have not experienced any withdrawal symptoms, and I have never felt as good as I have in the past few months. I wish I would have known several years ago just how much your diet plays in your overall physical and mentally health. The body is amazing, and when given the foods it needs, it can heal itself without the need for chemicals. I love my new life and the nutribullet...
3 months ago I eliminated 95% of all processed foods from my diet. 1 month ago I purchased my Nutribullet Rx. I have at least 1 fruit and vegetable blast a day, the majority of time I try to get 2 in, breakfast and dinner. I went off cold turkey taking Prozac that I have been taking for 2 years. OMG, no tingling sensations in my head this time like previous attempts. The side effects when trying to get off of the anti depressant s was always worse than the depression itself. I am excited to say, I have not experienced any withdrawal symptoms, and I have never felt as good as I have in the past few months. I wish I would have known several years ago just how much your diet plays in your overall physical and mentally health. The body is amazing, and when given the foods it needs, it can heal itself without the need for chemicals. I love my new life and the nutribullet...
3 months ago I eliminated 95% of all processed foods from my diet. 1 month ago I purchased my Nutribullet Rx. I have at least 1 fruit and vegetable blast a day, the majority of time I try to get 2 in, breakfast and dinner. I went off cold turkey taking Prozac that I have been taking for 2 years. OMG, no tingling sensations in my head this time like previous attempts. The side effects when trying to get off of the anti depressant s was always worse than the depression itself. I am excited to say, I have not experienced any withdrawal symptoms, and I have never felt as good as I have in the past few months. I wish I would have known several years ago just how much your diet plays in your overall physical and mentally health. The body is amazing, and when given the foods it needs, it can heal itself without the need for chemicals. I love my new life and the nutribullet...
Hello, I have been using myHello, I have been using my nutribullet for the past three days...I am feeling much better! Never cared for spinach but with the great tasting fruits, I don't notice the greens...may look green but tastes so yummy!! Loving my NB!!!
Okay, I'm new to the NB family. I received mine one week ago today and absolutely love it. I only wish I'd gotten it sooner. I am feeling great and down 4 lbs in a week. Hoping to lose only 25 lbs., that's an excellent start for me. I do have some questions about this site. #1, are all the recipes for the tall cup? and #2, how do you print the recipes without getting 3 pages to print (with pages 2 and 3 the same for any printed recipe). I just want to print the "recipe" for future reference.
donamae wrote: Okay, I'm new to the NB family. I received mine one week ago today and absolutely love it. I only wish I'd gotten it sooner. I am feeling great and down 4 lbs in a week. Hoping to lose only 25 lbs., that's an excellent start for me. I do have some questions about this site. #1, are all the recipes for the tall cup? and #2, how do you print the recipes without getting 3 pages to print (with pages 2 and 3 the same for any printed recipe). I just want to print the "recipe" for future reference.
All of the recipes are typically made for the tall cup. If you want to print a recipe, you have to copy and paste it into a word document, otherwise you will print multiple pages. We are working on fixing this and will have an update in the next couple months, stay tuned!
Thank you, sure appreciate the quick reply
It is possible to print individual pages without copy and paste. You simply need to use your advanced printer settings. This allows you to choose if you want color or blk/wht, page size, orientation, etc. It should show a choice for all pages or select what page you want, ( e.g. 1-3 or you can indicate page 1 or 2 or 3 separately and it will only print that page. You indicated that pages 1 & 2 are always the same, just indicate page 1 and that should be he only page printed. Check your owner manual for verification. This has been the same procedure on the 2 printers I have owned. Hope this helps. As far as cup size, the small ones are also mark with the "max" line, just follow the same 50/50, + water for single serving.
judsons wrote: Is there a good recipe for the prostate? Currently taking a med and would love to stop.
Foods rich in lycopene have been shown to help prostate health. Also, eliminating dairy has been shown beneficial. Without knowing specifics I can only provide general recommendations. Be sure to discuss specifics w/ your Dr. and ensure there are no nutrient/drug interactions w/ your current medication.
I would also like the answer to keeping a drink in the refrigerator. Also in recipes you have things such as pumpkin seeds in recipes, do you take them out of the shell? When I read about the NB you talked about seeds being good etc. So does that mean all parts of the seeds. As you can see I am new.
Carol4 wrote: I would also like the answer to keeping a drink in the refrigerator. Also in recipes you have things such as pumpkin seeds in recipes, do you take them out of the shell? When I read about the NB you talked about seeds being good etc. So does that mean all parts of the seeds. As you can see I am new.
Yes, you can put flax, chia, hemp, pumpkin seeds in as is. Sunflower seeds should be de-shelled before using. Here is a prep chart that may help you out: http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/peelingde-seeding/ There is also a video that discusses the Blasts and how long they will last in the fridge which you can check out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xlFM7CT3Po&list=PLiXrxXphESfEn34ZaB8j409WPcUAkpK16
I just bought the NB RX. Made the black bean soup, but used the wrong tall cup. Needless to say the cup cracked. Can you order a new tall cup for NB Rx anywhere? I bought the one from Kohl's but that was for the NB not NB Rx. Can you use the soup tall cup to make nutriblasts?
Hi I m new to nutribullet have been on them for a week and already feeling better then i was, does anybody know where i can buy the powders supplements in australia please. I mean the macca and all the others on offer. thanks
stewy63 wrote: Hi I m new to nutribullet have been on them for a week and already feeling better then i was, does anybody know where i can buy the powders supplements in australia please. I mean the macca and all the others on offer. thanks
Unfortunately we do not ship our blends to Australia at this time.
Hey Big Guy, I just startedHey Big Guy, I just started using nutribullet rx this week and I'm amazed at how my cravings died right after the first shake. I love this thing!
I just combined a delightful new recipe. It all started with these delicious fresh oranges I found... Citrus Wonder Tall Cup ¾ cup fresh apple cider ¾ cup unsweetened almond milk ½ peeled orange 1 cucumber cut in chunks Two handfuls spinach greens ¼ cup wheat germ 1 Tbsp of cinnamon ½ cup frozen blueberries ½ cup frozen mixed tropical fruit ½ cup frozen mixed berries 2 tsp raw honey Refreshing, fortifying, delicious!