Do you have family, friends and relatives that are raving about the Nutribullet blenders?
This is going to be a detailed Nutribullet review so make sure you read until the end…
If you’re looking for more information about these nutrient extraction machines then you’ve come to the right place.
The reason we have been drinking more fruits and vegetables is because of these “personal countertop blenders” that are very easy to use and clean.
Oh, and they’re affordable too (about $80-$150 for the Nutribullet 600).
Other Nutribullet Articles
- More powerful Nutribullet: The Pro 900 Version and my review
- My review of the Nutribullet RX (1700 watts motor) This can make hot soups!
- A comparison of the Magic Bullet VS the Nutribullet
- An Alternative to the Nutribullet machines (the Nutri Ninja PRO)
- Whether you choose a Nutribullet or a Juicer
- My Weight Loss Plan with the Nutribullet
- A collection of the Most Unexceptional Nutribullet recipes
- Green smoothie recipes for losing weight
Here’s a quick story on my journey
I’m like most people who have tried and “failed” miserably in achieving my weight loss goals.
- I’ve tried expensive gym memberships.
- The latest DVD fitness program.
- Read tons of “Fad diets”
- Tried some “crazy exercises”.
But nothing was working for me, or it would work temporarily, but not for long. I’ll regain all the weight I’ve lost (with interest) after a few weeks.
And here’s why I failed and why most people failed…
According to this survey , most people (including myself) thought that diet and exercise were both equally important when trying to lose weight.
But it’s not…