Are foods still "negative calorie" after they're Blasted?
My name is Danielle I am new to Blasting. I have had the NutriBlast for two weeks, I added this to my diet intake as a breakfast since I typically don't eat anything in the mornings. I am following the recipes and I am loving it!! Especially this morning when I added a 1/4 of a lemon :-) I'm getting a little creative. My thoughts have wandered to the body's natural ability to break down foods; such as the grapefruit, apples, beets, brocholi, and such . . the negative calorie foods . . . if the Nutriblast is breaking these down are we still having the same benefit? Is the body still expending energy/calories to break these foods down? Second question: What about making a blast in the mornng and putting it in the fridge for evening consumption? What are your thoughts on this? Pros . . . cons? Please, don't misunderstand me I am recieving an abundance of benefits from blasting but just wondered about I guess you could call it the micro? Thank you in advance for all your advice.