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Praveen D.
Joined: 12/17/2013

Hello Everyone....I'm a Type 2 diabetic for last eight years...Bought my Nutibullet last week.. Like to make friends here in my joureny to health ...

Sagicap wrote:

Hello Everyone....I'm a Type 2 diabetic for last eight years...Bought my Nutibullet last week.. Like to make friends here in my joureny to health ...

Welcome to the NutriBullet Family!
Sagicap wrote:

Hello Everyone....I'm a Type 2 diabetic for last eight years...Bought my Nutibullet last week.. Like to make friends here in my joureny to health ...

Hi there I'm Jane and a week old veteran too! I'm heading your way (diabetes) and hoping that this will help me pull it all back in line. Good luck and keep in touch. Jane
Hi I am also a new purchaser and took my first dose of my Vitality Boost. Did feel like there was a small difference. I have never felt my age so I hope starting with my New Nutibullet..it will come back. This is my New Year resolution. ..today will be my first smoothie. .here goes nothing.
Hello fellow newbees. I saw this on tv and mentioned it to my Mother in law and what do you know, she got it for me for Christmas! I started the day after and have been doing at least 2 a day. Even made my daughter a mango smothee with it last night. I hope to lose some weight and get some added energy back. I will be turning 40 next year and want to enter into the next 40 years of my life healthy and fit!
Hi Everyone, I'm new to theHi Everyone, I'm new to the NutriBullet family. I'm allergic to nuts. What can I use to substitute the nuts?
I would like to know how to make my own peanut butter using the Nutri-bullet?
momanddee wrote: Hi Everyone, I'm new to the NutriBullet family. I'm allergic to nuts. What can I use to substitute the nuts?
Seeds are good options for those with nut allergies. Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, chia, hemp, flax, sunflower, etc. These all contain similar nutrients to nuts.
lgamerts49 wrote: I would like to know how to make my own peanut butter using the Nutri-bullet?
Just toss in some peanuts with the extraction blade - pulse the blade - wipe down the sides - pulse some more - until you reach your desired texture. Some people have used the milling blade successfully as well. Peanuts are usually soft enough to churn to a nut butter without adding extra oil, however almonds are a bit more difficult and may require some added melted cold-pressed coconut oil or almond oil :) Be sure to refrigerate after making!
Ok, thanks, I will try it to see how it works.
What are some examples of what to do with the milling blade?
lgamerts49 wrote: What are some examples of what to do with the milling blade?
You can make oat flour or other grain flours, grind flax seeds, make nuts into a nut flour or nut butter by adding a little bit of healthy oil!