Slimming Citrus Blast

Slimming Citrus Blast

By adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet, you're well on your way to shedding those unwanted pounds! But if weight loss if your primary health goal, be sure to read up on how to create your perfect Blast for weight loss. Our NutriBullet RD gives us her tips, including which fruits and veggies are best for weight loss here.

A sneak peak: you'll want to include low glycemic fruits like strawberries and grapefruit, along with plenty of green leafies!

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Nutrition Facts

Recipe: Slimming Citrus Blast
Servings in this Recipe: 1

Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories 166.5

% Daily Value*

Total fat 5.5 g 8.4%

Saturated Fat 0.5 g 2.7%

Trans Fat 0.0 g 0.0%

Cholesterol 0.0 mg 0.0%

Sodium 60.9 mg 2.5%

Total Carbs 29.2 g 9.7%

Dietary Fiber 12.5 g 50.1%

Sugars 13.7 g 0.0%

Alcohol 0.0 g 0.0%

Protein 5.8 g

Vitamin A 124.3%
Vitamin C 163.6%
Calcium 18.6%
Iron 17.5%
Vitamin D 0.0%
Vitamin E 6.1%
Vitamin K 365.8%
Thiamin 16.5%
Riboflavin 11.9%
Niacin 11.5%
Vitamin B-6 10.9%
Folate 41.9%
Vitamin B-12 0.0%
Panto. acid 4.9%
Phosphorus 18.6%
Magnesium 30.3%
Zinc 8.2%
Selenium 13.2%
Copper 16.7%
Manganese 62.4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:


  • Add all ingredients to your Tall Cup and extract for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  • Enjoy!

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Comment by Aivy
December 11, 2015
Is grapefruit good for cholesterol
I made one drink, not this one however, with orange with rind on and it was terrible.... My recommendation...TAKE RIND OFF ALL CITRUS FRUIT!!!!!
Comment by K7777
July 28, 2015
Hi noticed lots of comments on here about replacing grapefruits because of meds... am assuming here that the meds in question are for lowering high cholesterol? My suggestion here is to research your meds and side -effects then look at the alternative healthy options to use... which is what Nutri-living is all about! :-)
Comment by sunny56
June 28, 2015
Okay, this one sounds like one that we would enjoy drinking. Do we wash and include the peel on the grapefruits and oranges? Are we replacing breakfast with this drink?
Comment by MacNmurz
June 10, 2015
I'm very new to this program. With the orange and grapefruit, am I peeling it or adding the rinds?
I made it with out the orange and it was just as tasty.
I love this drink. You know most or all your ingredients will say to blend for 30 seconds. Letting the juicer run it's course for the whole minute , will that change the quality of the drink? The book said do not remove until it is done.
Comment by juicehead
April 27, 2015
If I do not chia seeds , can I use flax seeds
The Chia seeds will expand and make the juice thicker. I'm afraid with the flax seed it will taste nutty. Try it any way and let me know.
Comment by dcardullo
April 19, 2015
Didn't have spinach so I used kale. Very refreshing, liked it a lot.
Comment by julseym
April 15, 2015
How many Calories is in this please :-)
Comment by uscga01
April 04, 2015
I have been drinking this for lunch every day for the past month it tastes really good, I've lost 15 pounds since I added it to my regiment. What can I add to this to kick up the protein content so that it offsets the carbs? I have been adding Goji berries to the recipe, is there anything else?
Reply by kara7880
June 17, 2015
A whey isolate unflavored protein powder. I couldn't find any unflavored in the stores but EidoPro sells a good one on Amazon. It's unsweetened and no flavor at all so you can add it to anything. Just make sure you get 100% pure Whey Isolate. You don't want one that'll make you bulk up!
Been making this blast every afternoon with a very light lunch after I work out. So good. Sometimes I add a few leaves of kale to the greens. And if kale is too bitter for you, a dash of honey, raw sugar, agave, or stevia should do the trick.
Reply by jonesy66
April 14, 2016
Not great for weight loss as all fake! imho defeats the point of Nutriblasting naturally adding these - try a more ripe banana to add sweetness instead or a little less Kale, or even replace Kale with spinach or round/butterhead lettuce.
Comment by fshart
April 01, 2015
This was my breakfast blast for today and it will stay in my saved file. I really liked it. Forgot to add the raspberries but will add it tomorrow.
How can you peel lemons and limes to hard. Cut my hand trying
Reply by Maui68
March 29, 2015
i put my citrus oranges, lemons, limes in the microwave for 5-10 seconds then peel like an orange works every time!
Comment by Ava149
March 18, 2015
How many times should I drink? And which time is the best to drink this? (Before or after workout, before I go to sleep, after I wake up, before or after I eat, ect)
when is a good time to drink this when trying to loss weight? thanks! (:
Comment by harley69
February 28, 2015
What can I use besides grapefruit because I can't eat grapefruit because of my medication
Reply by chazzb
July 12, 2015
I just got the NutribulletRx and it has the same recipe same name but instead of grapefruit its 1/2 cup broccoli 1/4 cup mango give it a shot hope this helps
Reply by supamo
March 17, 2015
The grapefruit is the main item to promote the weight loss. I would suggest seeing if you can change your meds. I know it's hard.
Comment by harley69
February 28, 2015
What can I use besides grapefruit because I can't eat grapefruit because of my medication
Comment by jmwarner2001
February 26, 2015
I've been wondering - and reading - and when you click on the fruit - it gives valuable information - and tells you how to prepare it! (PEEL). Best,
Comment by dnieves1
February 25, 2015
Do I put the grapefruit with or without the peel?
Can I substitute anything for Chia seeds? I cannot have Omega 6's as they are very bad for RA pain.
Comment by mjward62
February 10, 2015
Can I substitute kale for the spinach?
Comment by kilgorl
January 19, 2015
What can I use in place of the grapefruit? I can't have grapefruit with my blood pressure medicine.
Comment by marquesha613
January 15, 2015
WOW! This blast is VERY good and so refreshing! It will definitely be included in my list of daily blasts.
Reply by firel4dy
January 25, 2015
I agree, fav one yet. I have this for breakfast, its so refreshing but very filling! For lunch i have kale, banana, pineapple & either apple or pear
Comment by BabyDoll2015
January 03, 2015
how and where do I find the nutritional information?
Comment by ConiN
January 01, 2015
Do we include the orange and grapefruit rine?
Reply by suedocross
February 07, 2015
I'm surprised that no one supporting this site from Nutribullet has replied to you. I am wondering the same thing. This recipe is similar to the Citrus Slimmer recipe in the cook book that comes with the RX model. In that recipe they call for 1/2 Cup grapefruit SECTIONS and 1 small orange. After reviewing a number of their recipes, I have to assume that when they plan for you to NOT use the rind of a fruit they say sections, peeled or juice. For example in the recipe Turmerific, they call for 1/4 lime and 1/4 lemon, but in the recipe for Green Detox Machine, they call for 1/2 lemon (peeled). Let me know if you have done the recipe either way and how you like it best. My guess is that there is a lot of flavor in the rind and that is why so many recipes call for the zest of a lime, lemon or orange, however the white part of the rind can sometimes be bitter.
Reply by sharon2015
February 09, 2015
I Have seen this same question, regarding peeling, and the people from nutribullet do recommend peeling.
Comment by cindygpenry
December 29, 2014
Can you provide the nutrional informations such as calories, carbs, sugars, fiber, protein and fat? I haven't seen any lables for any of the recipes. I can figure it out but just wanted to see if you had those avalilable to share
Reply by GymiGhoe8
February 01, 2015
Google each of your ingredients and you'll find all the info you need. Google is my best friend.
Comment by cindygpenry
December 29, 2014
Can you provide the nutrional informations such as calories, carbs, sugars, fiber, protein and fat? I haven't seen any lables for any of the recipes. I can figure it out but just wanted to see if you had those avalilable to share
Comment by cosborn1313
December 28, 2014
Do you leave the rinds on fruits like grapefruit and lemons?
Reply by Lolly911
December 29, 2014
No you have to peal the citrus fruits. if you go up and click on the fruit it will tell you all about its benefits and how to choose it. It says in there how to use it.
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