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How can I incorporate NutriBullet recipes into my workouts and address other problems?

I am 29 yrs old. I workout and take supplements and protein shakes. I want to start using the nutribullet, but there are too many recipes. My question is how do I know which one to take and how often. I workout, have acne problems, cant sleep at night, and sometimes I can't remember things or forget them. Just need an Idea on how to approach these recipes,

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4 years ago

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Yassis has posted some awesome information. In addition to what she has stated, I use my NutriBlasts a lot to help with workouts and recovery. For a pre-workout shake I always fill my tall cup half way with leafy greens and use a small steamed beet (you can buy a package of these at trader joe's), a half inch of ginger, 1 tsp of maca, some fruits and coconut water to the max line. It has a very strong taste but it gives me so much energy I can charge through a boxing class, go for a long run or lift harder. After a workout I like to build my Blasts with half leafy greens, 1 frozen banana and a scoop of vegan protein powder like vega one, handful of berries and coconut water to max line. If you start with these recipes, you will start to feel better and notice an improvement in your acne, sleep and brain fog. Keep experimenting with fresh fruits and veggies to find what you like and what makes your feel your best!

4 years ago

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I am not a dietitian. I also had my NB for about 2 weeks before I broke it out & started using it. A good place to start is to keep in mind some simple guidelines: *purchase fruits & veggies you already enjoy *try to use more veggies than fruit *try different liquids (coconut water, almond milk) *add rolled oats or cooked quinoa to add protein, energy and that beautiful feeling of fullness *I'm not a recipe follower, so I just toss in what I have on hand and what I enjoy. If you feel a recipe is the way to go, pick one that appeals to you and try it. *NB smoothies are food -- not medicine. While eating (drinking) whole foods can help your body in a whole host of ways, it's not a substitute for MD prescribed medication *Read the forums. There's a ton of useful information out there. There are several dietitians and nutritional consultants who regularly post on here....absorb as much of the information as you can. The rest is easy -- throw it in the cup, twist on the blade and YUM!

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