All About NutriBullet Blender: Reviews And Recipes For Losing Weight

NutriBullet_BlenderSticking to a diet is never easy. In fact, as a growing number of Americans fight to remain healthy, it only seems to become more difficult.

While there are temptations all around us, the solutions are never to be found. So then, what options are open to us?

Well, exercise and dieting is a start, but for many it is not enough. Dietary supplements are a hit, but with it being a mostly unregulated market, you can never be sure that you are getting what you paid for, or that it will even work as guaranteed. This leaves us in a bind.

There is however an additional option, which takes a previously unheard of approach towards weight loss and health. It is called the NutriBullet Blender, and it has managed to make an impact in the diet and healthy eating industry.

Lets take a look at NutriBullet Blender, review the company, see what they sell, take a look at prices, and find where you can buy it. Then, we will look at comparisons between this product and similar products on the market. Finally, we will look at user feedback so that you can decide if this is the right product for you.

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What It Is

So what is it exactly? The product is a special kind of blender sold by the NutriBullet Company. The machine is advertised as a blender that goes beyond what normal juicers do. By that, the company states that the product blends so finely, that it extracts the nutrients from fruits and vegetables, which would otherwise go unabsorbed by our bodies.

By drinking what we blend, we absorb the extra minerals and nutrients provided by this special blending technique, aiding our body. In addition, the healthy food we use to prepare the shakes or smoothies helps reduce weight and increase health. As a result, it falls firmly in the category of a dietary supplement device, helping us help ourselves.

Blender_JuicerWhere as there is limited scientific research to back the claim that additional minerals and nutrients are extracted from the prepared foods, the NutriBullet Blender is regarded as a fantastic solution for reducing pretty much any food into a very fine uniform mixture.

As for what it looks like and how it operates, it is oval in shape, thin, and about a foot high. It comes in a matte grey finish, with silver highlights. In addition, a limited time only blue and gray option is available.

The product works like many other blenders, in that you first fill a specially made cup with what you want blended. The blender fits over the top like a cap.

After making sure the cap is on tight, you turn the cup upside down before placing on the blender stand. Blending then occurs when you turn the machine on.

About The Manufacturer

The Company exists solely to sell the Blender and accessories relating to it. However, it is owned by a larger parent company that also owns several other products, including:

  • The Magic Bullet
  • Baby Bullet
  • Party Bullet
  • Back 2 Life
  • And Youthology Research Institute

The company can be found at nutribullet.com where it provides an array of information regarding:

  • Its product
  • Television appearances
  • Recipes
  • Testimonials
  • And an ordering guide

In addition, the company offers an extensive return policy and free shipping.

So, What Will I Get When I Order The NutriBullet Blender?

The mixer is only sold as a part of a deal that includes:

  • The Blender
  • Two additional kinds of cutting blades
  • Two more blending cups
  • And a nutrition book (as a limited time offer)

The price for all of this is $119.94 or six payments of $19.99.

Improve That Machine With Nutribullet Accessories

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If you are looking to add stuff to your mixer, then you are in luck. Though the deal comes with a few accessories, the website expands on this with numerous supplemental items to buy. These break down into two main categories:

Supplemental Accessories - The supplemental accessories include a wide array of nutritional supplements to add to whatever shakes or smoothie you are making. NutriBullet offers various powders, seeds and dried fruits. These are meant to increase healthy nutrients intake and reduce your weight. For example, these include:

  • Organic chia seeds
  • Organic Cacao Nibs
  • Organic Goji Berries
  • Organic Maca powder
  • And Superfood Fat Burning Boost

All these go for between $10 to $20 a packet.

NutriBullet Accessories - The NutriBullet Vitality SuperBoost Formula is a dietary supplement created by the Company for use in the blender. Marketed to increase your vitality, the product states that it:

  • Boosts vigor
  • Reduces stress
  • Improves sleep
  • Improves bone strength
  • Reduces inflammation
  • And reduces joint pain

In addition, the Vitality SuperBoost Formula comes with a one-month free supply. After that, it is $29.99 a month with an addition $7.99 shipping price.

Additional Stuff - Along with this dietary aid, numerous accessories are made to enhance the product. These include stuff like:

  • Extra cups
  • Additional extractor blades
  • Travel mugs
  • Travel bags
  • Cook books

Finally, NutriBullet is offering a limited time deal in Blue instead of the matte grey color option for the same price as the original.

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What Kinds of NutriBullet Blender Recipes Are Out There?

The website offers a number of recipes aimed at particular goals. In addition, recipes can be found online, created by users of the product.

No. 1: “Cholesterol Crusher Blast” - For example, say you want to reduce your cholesterol. Well then, you are in luck!  This recipe  is aimed at reducing your cholesterol while providing a tasty drink. It includes:

  • 2 handfuls of kale
  • 1 cup of blueberries
  • ½ banana
  • 1/3 cup cooked oatmeal
  • 10 almonds
  • 2 tablespoons of raw cacao

Filling to the line with spring water, simply blend and enjoy.

Check out some of the recipes in here:

No. 2: “Sleepy Seeds” - If a sleep aid is what you are looking for, then this  recipe is formulated to help. You will need:

  • 2 handfuls of spinach
  • 1 banana
  • ¼ cup of raspberries
  • ¼ cup of blueberries
  • 1 tablespoon of pumpkin seeds
  • 1 tablespoon of sunflower seeds

No. 3: “The Skinny Blast” - Finally, if you are looking for a weight loss drink, then this formula tells you to wait no longer. Required ingredients:

  • 2 handfuls of spinach
  • 1 banana
  • 1/8 cup of pumpkin seeds
  • 1 peeled orange
  • 1 carrot
  • 1.5 tablespoons of hemp seeds

This combination guarantees that it will be tasty.

So Where Can I Get It, And Are There Any Coupons?

The best place to get it is from their website at https://www.nutribullet.com/store/order.  As stated before, it is $119.94 or 6 payments of $19.99. The website has an order form and information, so that you can order directly from the provider.

In addition, numerous brick and mortar outlets sell this product, including Bed Bath & Beyond as well as Wal-Mart.

Finally, you can buy used products off of ebay or amazon. A word of warning however, you can never guarantee quality when purchasing used.

How Does NutriBullet Blender Compare To Its Competition?

Lets examine the general competition. Of the vast majority of blenders currently on the market, this product tends to win out in two points.

The First Advantage: It blends very well. The vast majority of reviews comparing this one to other blenders state that the product is excellent at blending.

Second Advantage: The product comes with a 600 watt motor. This blows away a lot of the competition, including the Magic Bullet, which only has a 250 watt motor.

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NBB Vs. Ninja Blender

Lets take a look at the Ninja Blender. When compared to this popular product, there are a number of similarities, as well as key differences that separate the two. When it comes to general blending, both work really well.

However, the NB Blender shines when it comes to smoothies and juices. In comparison to this, the Ninja shines when it comes to making chopped salads, or even crushing ice.

My Result: In the end, what you buy will depend on your use.

NBB Vs. Vitamix Blender

Lets examine the Vitamix Blender. When compared to the NutriBullet Blender, it tends to win out for processing raw foods. However, it is more expense, bulkier, and has an array of confusing options.

The NutriBullet on the other hand is:

  • Lighter
  • Easier to use
  • And more portable

User Feedback

So what do people who bought this product think of it? The vast majority of user feedback (not including those provided on the website itself) is very happy with the blending power and how the NutriBullet fits in their kitchen and as a part of their diet.

Here are some reviews and user feedback on the product:

Of the concerns listed, the vast majority are from a deformation that can occur at the base of the NutriBullet which causes juice to leak while blending. In addition, people who were looking for a blender for specific purposes not listed under what the company offered were less then satisfied with their purchase.

photo credit: Pink Sherbet Photography

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  • Sasha B.

    I’ve owned a magic bullet blender as well as the Jack Lalaimes juice blender. I enjoyed the Magic Bullet blender a lot, so I am somewhat intrigued by the nutribullet blender. I might pick one up soon. I hear they’re fairly cheap and work very good. Plus I need to start eating healthier this way.

  • itsMagic

    I own the nutribullet blender, have owned it for a couple weeks now and it’s really good. I had a magic bullet as well in the past, but I gave it away to my brother and he got a lot of use out of it. I now use this wonderful blender ever since. It’s been wonderful and it works very nicely for what I want it to do.

  • Greg

    I’m into fitness big time and I need to drink shakes. I often blend many fruits and veggies together and eat that after or sometimes before a workout. I had a few non-name brand blenders until I finally got the Nutribullet blender and It’s the only blender I ever really cared for. :)

  • york y.

    Why are blenders often so expensive? I’ve been on the lookout for a cheap blender, but this just sounds far too expensive for me. I like simple and effective and not costly. I guess the payments help a bit, but I just don’t know if this is the blender for me.

    • Catmantoo

      Try Macy’s. They have their own brand of the Nutribullet and it works just as well (in my opinion). However you should be able to pick one up for less than $40.

  • Rock

    I’ve been on the lookout for a good blender for some time now. I mainly want one for making fruit shakes and sometimes to make those nice chocolate malts. Hey, I can indulge sometimes. Plus it’s the Holidays. I will gladly indulge. :D

    Anyways, I’ve been using a really cheap blender for many years, it’s showing is sign of death so I think it’s time to get a new one.

  • Malory

    This Nutribullet blender sounds perfect for what I need to get my husband for Christmas. I’ve been wondering what to get him for some time now, but I realized that he’s been having troubles with eating healthy, so I figure I could order this, make some fruit drinks and get him to at least be healthy by doing this.

  • nate

    I got myself a ninja blender months ago and I will admit, it’s very good. It’s not on par with some of the top blenders on the market, but it’s a really good and effective blender. I have not used the nutribullet blender, but it sounds promising nonetheless.

    • Christine Derrel

      Nate, thanks for letting us know!!!

  • Ava

    I used to watch the Nutribullet infomercial as background noise in the morning. I didn’t order it for almost a year because I was already doing smoothies with some pretty healthy ingredients, in my hand mixer. Then I got a bonus from my job and I went ahead and ordered the Nutribullet.

    That was one of the best kitchen gadget decisions I’ve made in a long time. Normally with my hand mixer the spinach doesn’t get liquified. But with the Nutribullet, everything turns into rich, yummy liquid. Now I wish I hadn’t waited so long to buy it. It’s a worthwhile investment.

  • Evangeline Hardy

    A small handful of blueberries… a few strawberries… a handful of frozen kale… flax seeds… coconut milk… some vanilla extract and a little cinnamon. That’s my usual morning recipe with the Nutribullet. It’s not terribly sweet, but it does give you a healthy dose of energy.

    Now if I want a treat, I like cream of coconut… a banana… whole milk… some cinnamon… ice. OMG it is so rich and delicious. Makes you feel like you’re lying on a warm sandy beach somewhere. It’s full of calories, but hey, you have to live a little from time to time. Anyone else have recipes to share?

  • Brooklyn

    Healthy smoothies are like the secret weapon in the war against fat. My naturopathic physician friend introduced me to them when she put me on a cleanse a couple of years ago. Drinking a smoothie is the easiest way to get all those nice green veggies into your system. I can’t normally stomach raw spinach because it makes me a bit gassy, but in a smoothie it doesn’t bother me. I don’t have the Nutribullet (yet) but the price compared to other smoothie blender systems is definitely swaying me. Nice review!

  • Danielle

    I read quite a few Nutribullet reviews before purchasing mine last year. People either love, love, love it, or they have issues with it.

    Some people complained that it doesn’t liquefy the ingredients all the way or that the actual blender is flimsy. I didn’t find this to be true at all. I’m a smoothie fanatic and I’ve tossed in everything from soft bananas to hard apples. This thing makes it all drinkable. Not chunky drinkable, liquid drinkable. Plus cleanup is super easy. I thought my juicer was good, but the Nutribullet is even better.

  • NJordan

    In case you’re trying to figure out whether a Magic Bullet
    or Nutribullet is better, I say go for the Nutribullet. (I’m a kitchen
    infomercial junkie, so I have both.) The Magic Bullet is good, but if you don’t
    want chunks of fruits and veggies floating in your cup, the Nutribullet does a
    better job at turning solids to a liquid. Just a real user opinion!

    • Christine Derrel

      Jordan, thanks for stopping by and I appreciate yoour comments in here!!!

  • Chantelle Clark

    Not a bad buy if you’re only looking to crush up soft fruits and veggies or have shakes. But to be honest, it didn’t bother to pulverize the nuts and seeds I put into it, nor could I run it longer than the 60 seconds that it says to each time through. I also found that mine sprung a leak about a month or so into using it, and had horrible customer service when I went to talk to them about it. It took them over a month to send me a new part, and yet it was not supposed to take longer than 7-10 business days.

    My blender cost less than $60 and this system is way more expensive then that, but a lot cheaper in quality. In my opinion, I wouldn’t bother with it. The only upside is that it saves a lot of room in your kitchen cupboards for storage.

    • Christine Derrel

      Chantelle, thanks for sharing your thoughts with us. Appreciate the honesty.

    • seatpost

      Chantelle, I don’t know what machine you have (maybe the magic bullet, rather than the nutri bullet?), but mine pulverizes nuts and seeds. The biggest pieces are no bigger than a strawberry seed. The leaking is usually caused from over-filling the cup with liquid (even the max liquid line can be too much liquid if you are using fruits like oranges that make juice), or if the seal gets pinched when screwing the base on. I have never seen a $60 “blender” pulversize hard vegetables, like carrots, and all kinds of nuts and seeds.

  • Kathy

    Not a blender! It’s main purpose is for making
    smoothies. It makes fruit and veggie drinks plain and simple. If you try to use it for anything else, you will be sorely disappointed.

    The
    texture of the drink is quite good if you know how much liquid to put
    in. Put too much liquid and it will not blend as smooth. Do not go past
    the max line with the liquid instead, fill it to the line, blend until it’s smooth,
    then top it up with more liquid and shake it. If you fill it up too full, it will leak on you.

    The only downside is that it’s SUPER loud!

    If
    you want to make simple, single/double serving smoothies, for the
    price, I don’t think you can go wrong with this. Just don’t expect it to act as a food processor.

  • Kyle G.

    When I was looking for a really good blender, they happened to be too expensive for my liking, so I was looking for something
    comparable because I regularly drink smoothies and juice. I wanted something
    that could liquefy whole foods such as carrots, celery, apples,
    cucumber, nuts, etc and the NutriBullet does a fantastic job.

    I haven’t had any issues with chunks, nor with the leaking problem that some people report having. It is a great little machine! Just make sure you don’t overfill it, because that will make a mess.

    It’s so easy to clean too!

  • Tash

    This little machine does the job, is bigger than the Magic Bullet and has an amazing price tag compared to any other blender out there. I got into juicing a while back and had been using my juicer to do the task, but since finding this little machine, I’ve been changed over to smoothies as it’s so much easier to manage!

    Not to mention the price tag of $100 versus the Vitamix Blender that is $500.00 – this one is definitely a no brainer if you’re looking for a good quality machine that will make your smoothies perfectly every time.

    • Christine Derrel

      Tash, please make sure to come back and post your experience and maybe some tips and tricks regarding using this device.

  • Andrea

    I
    love how easy this is to use. No need to chop stuff up into tiny pieces
    and the Nutribullet doesn’t seem to care how packed the cup is at all.
    Much more powerful than the original Magic Bullet. Not to mention the book that comes with it, gives you tons of great ideas!

    Just make sure you don’t put in any liquids above the fill line, because then you’ll run into some trouble.

    It has definitely improved my diet though because now I am able to have smoothies for breakfast, and lunch and feel fully energized! Not to mention how smooth it makes them, even with the nuts!

  • David

    Compare this thing to the Vitamix and the decision is easy unless you buy into gimmicks. My girlfriend purchase me a Nutribullet last year and at first I scoffed and thought “wow, another gift that I will never use!”

    Slowly however, I realized that in the morning instead of spending 30 minutes cooking up a breakfast and destroying many of the nutrients in my food; I could instead throw a bunch of ingredients into my new ‘blender’ and have a tasty shake to drink on the way to work that made me feel healthier and more full throughout the day. One of my favorite recipes I recommend is a banana, one scoop of cookie creme whey protein, a handful of strawberries and blueberries, a big handful of spinach, one raw egg (if you’re feeling adventurous) and top the rest off with soy milk.

  • Jerry

    Being 5’4, I am one of the shorter guys out there. It didn’t help my self esteem to also weigh 180 pounds with absolutely no muscle mass…one day I decided I had enough and stepped into the gym and slowly but surely started losing weight and building muscle, but I noticed some of the guys in there were accomplishing gains at a much faster rate than myself.

    At first suspecting steroids, I shrugged it off and just focused on my own gains but eventually I got curious and after talking with a few people I learned they weren’t using drugs but eating raw! I went over to one of their homes a night after the gym and we had a feast using his Vitamix, which was great but also an appliance that carries a $500 price tag. The very next day I went to the store to find something similar in my price range and was delighted to find the Nutribullet under $100 that does basically the exact same things at a heavily discounted rate :)

    • Christine Derrel

      Jerry, thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts with us!!!

  • Wendy P.

    Wouldn’t eat my daily kale any other way besides in my morning breakfast blend with my Nutribullet! Kale or spinach and pretty much any fruit out there, toss in some milk and you are all set up for a tasty treat.

    The motor can get a little loud sometimes, but really it is 600 watts so I can’t really complain about that. This thing absolutely destroys any seeds I put in there and grinds them up to a fine powder that completely dissolves in my drinks, giving me a boost of energy for my daily cardio routine after work (yes I have a Nutribullet at home and at work).

  • George

    Tried the sleep aid recipe and it worked like a charm! Is it the pumpkin seeds or sunflower seeds that give the drink that soothing effect?

    I’ve been looking for something like this for a very long time…I am tired of using sleeping pills every night and it has gotten to the point I can’t even think about sleeping without taking my drugs and I’m just sick of it. Thank you so much for helping me get out of this rut, I’m sure a nightly shake will be a heck of a lot healthier for me in the long run than pills.

    • Christine Derrel

      George, thanks for stopping by and letting us know your thought in the comment section, I appreciate it.

  • Alexis

    I use my Nutribullet for pretty much everything, but the part that really amazes me is their customer support. I had been using my new blender for about two months before suddenly one day it started smoking for a few seconds and then the motor cut out. With a flashlight, I was able to see that somehow liquid had built up inside of the motor causing it to become completely fried! I was sure I was going to have to spend another $100 that day :(

    To my surprise, I visited the local retailer that I purchased my Nutribullet from and was told by the store that Nutribullet offers one of the best return policies out there. My understanding is that basically unless you run the thing over with your car on purpose, the company will gladly take any defective products back and give you a brand new one with no hassle whatsoever. Long story short, great customer service!

    • Christine Derrel

      Alexis, thanks for sharing your thoughts with us!!! To be honest, Nutribullet is awesome!!

    • jolizzy

      I have had mine for 5 months and the base has stopped working twice. I have to get it replaced again. Maybe a recall should be done

  • deb

    Hi, I have a question to you all. I have used the nutribullet for a month now and every thing I put in it comes out very thick, terrible to drink its like swallowing mud. What am I doing wrong????

    • david

      Add more water or juice
      David

    • david

      Add more water or juice
      David

    • tristensmommy

      I use vitacoco coconut water in every one i blend. my local grocery store sells it in regular, pineapple, orange flavors. you have to out something in it or it will DEF be too think to drink :)

  • Kristy

    How can I make them with out so much pulp? I have tried a lot of fruits and it’s always full of pulp

    • tristensmommy

      I use mine every day and I’m not really having any issue with the pulp. what are you putting in it?

  • mom of 3

    im watching theial nutribullet infomercial. I weigh 400 lbs im 5’3″ I am 46 years old a mom of 3 ideyoung men we lost our oldest seven yrs ago in a car acc ident when someone hit him head on.I suffer from migraines almost daily my legs are swelling and I have interstitial lung iadisease,diabetes and just diagnosed with chf. I am ugly and know ppl everan family members make fun of me. I am a grandmother of 3 I am thinking of getting nutribullet the only thing is I do not like veggt ies, I eat a very few so not sure how I can drink them. c
    ean anyone help? do you just drink the fruit and veggies or do you just drink once a day

    • Jolizzy

      Go to Tropical Cafe Smoothie and purchase a few of their drinks, that way you will know if you like the drinks. The drinks are actually very good.

    • let

      Hello Mother of 3,
      I just read your post and first off you should not ever think of yourself as ugly. Secondly, if you have diabetes and CHF you really need to be aware of the foods that you eat, such as high in saturated fats, processed foods with high sodium, and sugars (also high in fruit-some higher then others). Keeping a food journal may be helpful for you so that you become more aware of the foods you eat, how you feel before and after, and if there is an emotional component to eating. A suggestion would be to pick one meal to change and gradually work up to the 3 stages as suggested in the Nutribullet recipe book. There are a number of ways to incorporate vegetables into your meals so that it will be easier to learn to eat them. Since I don’t know what your typical meal is, here are a few suggestions: if you make a meatloaf you can switch it to a leaner meat (lead ground beef combined with ground chicken) then add diced spinach, kale, zucchini into the meat, add some ground flax. The Nutribullet has a recipe for chili and you can add additional veggies into that (dice really small or put them in the blender and make into a juice) and add to the chili. There are a number of soup recipes that you can make and experiment with adding additional veggies to them. Maybe your doctor could suggest a nutritionist that can work with you to choose the correct fruits and veggies that are low on the glycemic index. I make a veggie juice that is similar to V-8 without all the added junk. Started by adding just a little sea salt and some spicy sauce as I learned to develop a taste for it. With all that said, the nutribullet works great and there is a 6 week transformation diet included in the recipe book…..take baby steps and work your way up to that.

    • kellie

      It’s easy to tell that you’re going through a really tough time reading your letter.
      It makes me sad to think that the people who should be supporting and loving you (your family and friends) are making fun of you. That’s awful and shame on them.

      You are an amazing woman to have deal with such negative life situations and you have survived it all. I don’t care what you look like, You are a beautiful person. God Bless you and I sincerely hope you get the help you need to overcome all of these things that life has thrown at you.
      Start thinking more positively about yourself, you deserve to feel good.

  • Beth Brownberry

    bought it yesterday, tried it today and the drink is disgusting!

    dumped half of it down the sink. How do people drink this stuff. DH says think of it as medicine and just drink it. Sorry but I don’t want to be healthy that badly.

    • tristensmommy

      it’s not THAT bad unless you don’t ever eat veggies. I put a chia/flax/coco mix in mine and it it great. spinach is a VERY strong flavor and it is the main ingredient. I also put about 6 ice cubes in after I blend and it makes it super good. but if you are looking for a ‘milkshake’ this is NOT for you….not sure what you are putting in yours that it is so bad :(

  • Ally Mae

    The nutribullet smoothies aren’t designed to taste like the average American’s “sweet” food that we hope to have.. you have to just buckle down and fight through the bad taste if you want to see the results. Nothing tastes as good as healthy feels!

  • sally

    I found great tasting blends using what I like. Try grapes, tangerine, blueberry. I sometimes add banana or honey dew or green apple.

  • Levine

    Good morning
    What if you have weird food allergies?
    What do I mean, I developed a sensitivity to fresh strawberries in early 2000. I tend to have emesis after eating. Cannot eat raw apples, celery, beets, onions (red only) I also have nut allergies which my 4yr old inherited. I can eat a few raw nuts like peanuts, cashews, almonds. Cannot tolerate pecans, walnuts, pine nuts, hazelnuts…..you get the picture.

    I reviewed multiple YouTube video recipes and most of the benefits are with the foods I cannot tolerate especially in a raw state. My ultimate question is how/what substitutes will/can give me an equivalent effect?

    Levine

    • Steve

      Levine,
      If you are being serious, google Robert O. Young, he is the microbiologist that started Innerlight, one thing will lead to another.

  • grimes

    I love smoothies, and I think I’ll buy this to see if it makes some difference. My blender is on its death bed anyway :-j Poor thing. I think a smoothie in the morning is really the best thing for those who can’t stomach solids that early in the day, like me. Love the comparisons you did, really helps making an informed purchase.

  • Luke

    eh, the company might exist only for the blender, but i have to say the option to buy so many accessories is definitely tempting! it looks like it has a good customer support system with so many things available!
    i don’t know if i want to invest 100$+ in a blender, but it’s definitely tempting…

  • Helena

    Just bought it, and I really love the nutritional book they gave away. So nice and informative!
    Can’t wait to make some smoothies with it.

    I have to say the design is very sleek and aesthetic. It’s a visual pleasure to have it in my kitchen.

  • Gerald

    I’m trying to change my diet around. i heard smoothies are good for that. So I’m buying this blender, since I heard it’s the best. Wish me luck!
    I’ve already started collection some recipes, will definitely add those you put here to the list!

  • ana

    thank you for this review! i’ve been saving money for a while, trying to find the best blender! i want to change mine. i’ve been googling left and right…and i think your article convinced me this blender is THE ONE! haha

    it is a bit pricey, but maybe it doesn’t seem so to people from the us…currency differences and everything ;) i think it will be money well spent though, i eat lots of cream soups and drink lots of smoothies…

  • Andy

    Just bought one of these and made my first drink. WOW it really is that good and it tastes fantastic. So easy and clean up is simple. I will be making lots of these recipes and the soups. It is so powerful and turns seeds and nuts to near dust. A must have product.

  • Brian Turk

    Just bought the 900 watt version a week ago at BB&B. The results in my case have been truly amazing, even in such a short period of time..

    I was diagnosed with lupus 28 years ago – fatigue!! Seven years ago I was diagnosed with diabetes, and 3 years ago prostate cancer – inoperable. Two years ago I went through 8 weeks of radiation at the same time I started using Lupron to rid my body of testosterone – FATIGUE!

    The DAY after I started using the Nutribullet I felt so much better and my energy level is off the charts and still improving. My theory is that I was having a difficult time digesting food properly.

  • Brian Turk

    I almost forgot … being diabetic I use more vegies than fruit, so I use organic Stevia extract to sweeten the mixture. Having prostate cancer I also use raw organic cinnamon. In my opinion the combination of those 2 ingredients makes the blasts taste really good no matter what else, pretty much, is added.

  • Taylors Mum

    Had been hankering after the Vitamix for a while but couldnt justify the money. I am single and hate cooking for myself – I tended to graze on all the wrong things. In addition I couldnt see the fuss about drinking water it never did it for me, a black coffee girl thru and thru. Since the arrival of the nutribullet in my life I dont graze. If im peckish I make a drink, I honestly think in the last 2 months I have eatern more fruit and veg than in the last year. Im even planning what to grow in my garden that I can blast. I just love it.

  • Adam

    How does the nutribullet handle carrots?

    • Becca

      Handles them well! Mixes them up to a drinkable consistency! If that makes sense lol

    • Ashley

      It does really well with carrots. Blends them into juice

  • Ashley

    I just got the NBB and love it! I have three boys and getting them to eat raw vegetables is nearly impossible. But this morning for breakfast we had spinach carrots mango and banana!!! I’m so excited

  • John Bonany

    I LIVE IN MAZ MEX AND I BOUGHT A MACHINE AND ALL THE PAPER WORK IS IN SPANISH?

  • ty_buchanan

    The NutriBullet doesn’t chop up hard seeds like those in apples. You tell a big lie. Do not buy any juicer with the motor on the bottom. The seal only last a few weeks. Then you are drinking contaminated juice. Buy a juicer that has the motor at the top with the blades fitting over a plastic cone sticking up from inside the juicer container. They will not get polluted by old juice coming up through the worn out seal.

    • Isabel Mitchell

      didnt i read in the book that you werent to grind the apple seeds cuz that omits cyanide when chopped as well as other seeds like apricot/peach seeds etc?

    • Isabel Mitchell

      old juice?

    • Sir_Roy

      What do you mean “worn out seal”? Have you even seen the NutriBullet? Believe me, there is no seal to wear out or risk of “old juice” coming up from anywhere. Lol.

    • msk

      Fyi you’re not supposed to eat apple seeds anyways since they are toxic and contain cyanide