Nutribullet Blender (Extractor) – Product Review

A good start to the day. With a well balanced diet, and moderate exercise, keeping fit and losing weight has never been easier. By adding the Nutribullet gadget to our kitchen, i’ve definitely felt much better in terms of balancing my diet and perking up in the mornings. For the price of £100, which is definitely a lot of money, you get what you pay for (all this is for the long term).

Nutribullet
Overview
From the basic overview, the product was well packaged and came with detailed instructions on ways you should go about your method of dieting. There were a few cups(with and without handles) provided to take out with you on your journey. A blending and an extractor/muller blade provided. The package we bought came with additional supplements, wheatgrass powder and maca powder each with their own benefits.

Each Nutriblast i’ve made so far has had minimal pulp, and completely breaks down each ingredient, giving full flavour and most nutrition out of them. This ensures our body gets the most out of each blast we make in absorption. To make one, simply purchase fruit, vegetables or anything you’d like from the ingredients book (or even make your own blend). Cut the products into manageable piece and twist the cap securely. Ensure this is on secure as the juice will leak from the extractor. Within a few seconds, you have a nice, nutritious Nutriblast.

With my lifestyle, it has been very difficult for me to find time to eat breakfast. I tend to either prepare the fruit night before, or do a quick blast in the morning. From the first week of trying out the Nutribullet, i’ve noticed a total change in my body appearance. I exercise 2-3 times a week, eat well for most days apart from 1 and avoid sugar, due to the increase in natural sugars (from fruit intake).

Each one I make has the basics.

  1. Oats
  2. Protein powder
  3. Fruit (berries, banana)
  4. Water

Then I tend to mix it up at times with,

  • Apple
  • Papaya
  • Pear
  • Pineapple
  • Yoghurt(fat free)
  • Maca Powder

Nutri Blast

More Recipes
Above is one of my variations. For more recipes follow this link:
Click here for recipes and manual

NOTE:
Thanks for reading this post. This is only a guide and review. To ensure your Nutribullet does not break, read the guide provided with the products. No apple cores and certain skins/peels from fruits.

Ratings(out of 5)
Overall Rating: 5
Value for Money: 5
Helpful Instructions: 5
Would you recommend? YES
Comments: Expensive due to fruit, but who can put a price on longer living and health?

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