Tried and Tested – Nutribullet

We are still in the early stages of our relationship but I just have to stop and rave.

The object of my affection, is, of course, my Nutribullet – the must-have health craze gadget with celebrity fans said to include the Duchess of Cambridge.

I first heard about the Nutribullet from fitness fanatics I follow on Instagram. Initially, I was reluctant; I knew I had to make some positive steps towards a healthier diet and address my lack of energy, but I was wary of the hype around the gadget.

So did we hit it off right away?

First of all, some of the wonderful things about the Nutribullet are that it is easy to clean, easy to use, and for those of us with cramped kitchens it doesn’t take up much space on the worktop. The last thing I wanted was a bulky bit of hardware that was a headache to clean.

In fact, the only concern I have with the device at the moment is how well-made and long-lasting it will prove.

So far, I have stuck to one recipe:

  • Spinach
  • Pineapple
  • Apple
  • Banana
  • Pear

The result is a refreshing and delicious smoothie.

I’ve always found it a struggle to eat enough fruit and vegetables. I think many of us find it hard, and I certainly can’t remember the last time I ate spinach before I got the Nutribullet.

Overall, I have a real, renewed passion for healthy eating and the benefits it brings.

Actually doing something right in terms of nutrition has made me determined to make further changes, and I’m looking forward to experimenting with different recipes and becoming a real juicing pro!

By all means, get in touch with your Nutribullet tips and suggestions!

4 thoughts on “Tried and Tested – Nutribullet

  1. therunningpsychologist

    Is it much better than a regular blender/smoothie maker? It’s the price that Im struggling to justify!

    Reply
    1. Lindsay Acland Post author

      Hi. Yes I was put off by the price for months and actually only got it as a present. I haven’t tried regular blenders/smoothie makers so I can’t compare. There are certainly cheaper alternatives to the Nutribullet.

      Reply
  2. helen79

    I love my nutribullet, my partner and i are doing a smoothie fast at the moment and it is invaluable. So easy to clean, compact and very powerful. It handles seeds with ease and pretty much anything you throw at it. Check out the NutriLiving website for recipes for Nutriblasts.

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