Review: The NutriBullet Pro 900 Watt Model

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Nutribullet Review

Feeling a little run down?   Interested in getting more greens in your diet, but don’t want to eat bales of kale or spinach?

You might consider getting a NutriBullet.  The Nutribullet is not like a regular juicer — it’s an extractor machine that keeps the fiber of your fruits and vegetables.

Here’s a video of my NutriBullet Review.  This is the Pro 900 watt machine for the first time. This machine is the middle of the three models that NutriBullet makes.  Check it out in this handy comparison chart, which is actually the side of the box!

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Nutribullet Review

A couple notes – the shake turned brown because of the blueberries…and if you want to add a boost for Omega 3’s, putting walnuts in will be superior to using flaxseeds.

I do try to use this machine daily – it hasn’t let me down yet!  It’s sturdy, and makes mixing up a green drink a breeze.  Of course you can make fruit smoothies too, but these are going to have load of sugar. And don’t forget you can also make salad dressings, puddings and more.  If you are interested in using this for weight loss, I’ve got a great protein shake for you.  Email me and I’ll send you the details.

You can order a NutriBullet online right here – the prices here match the sales prices I talk about in the video.  Using this machine and clean-up is a snap!  And don’t forget you can also make salad dressings, puddings and more.

~ Time to Blast Off

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This NutriBullet was NOT supplied to me — oh well.  None the less, all opinions are my own.  Who else’s would they be?[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

By | 2017-05-19T02:34:09+00:00 October 12th, 2015|anti-aging foods, anti-oxidants, extractor, NutriBullet|1 Comment

About the Author:

Eliza is an anti-aging journalist, coach and skincare/wellness consultant who has written hundreds of articles on anti-aging products and procedures, beauty and skincare. She writes regularly for The Los Angeles Examiner, and has been published in Hawaii's Inspiration Journal, and Hawaii Wellness Magazine, and quoted in various beauty blogs and newsletters including New You Magazine and more. A former Chicago reporter and analyst by nature, Eliza created Eliza's Anti-Aging Arsenal (www.antiaginganalyst.com/blog) a blog for people over 40, where she shares anti-aging tips, tricks and tools, vents a lot, and is known as "The Anti-Aging Authority With Attitude." Connect with Eliza at antiaging.analyst@gmail.com.

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  1. millard March 18, 2016 at 12:13 pm - Reply

    love to get one

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