Body, Food and Drink

Nutribullet

I admit it, I watched an informercial, got completely sucked in and ended up (with much deliberation) buying a Nutribullet ….and absolutely love it. The deliberating was around the price, it cost £90 which felt like a huge extravagance at the time – now I realise what a great investment it has been. I have loved experimenting with different ingredients to make yummy and sometimes not so yummy smoothies. I buy a load of fruit and veg in bulk, cut them in to portion sizes and freeze them. I tend to use spinach or kale, cucumber, celery, mango, ginger and lemon. I take a portion out of the freezer the night before I want to have one and then whizz it up in the morning. It takes about 20 seconds for the fruit and veg to break down and make a smoothie. The best thing (I don’t mean to sound like a sales person here) is that it is super easy to wash up so the whole process is really speedy. I tend to have them maybe two or three times a week. I pour my smoothies in to a travel mug that came with the pack and drink it throughout the day. I add one of three powders in my smoothies, Maca , Wheatgrass or Spirulina . I’ll talk about these strange powders another time, but Nutribullet = awesome.

 

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