What should you not put in Nutribullet?

What should you not put in Nutribullet?

Do not blend dates, nuts, seeds, ice or any other hard ingredients in the nutribullet® GO Cordless Blender. Attempting to crush hard ingredients and ice may cause permanent damage to the blades.

Can I live off smoothies?

Yes you can live on just juices and smoothies (NOT THE BEST LONG TERM SOLUTION) because they have shown to be beneficial in certain situations such as if you’re experiencing digestive problems or lack of appetite due to illness.

Is it OK to put frozen fruit in Nutribullet?

Although most NutriBullet can handle frozen fruit, remember frozen fruit is harder than fresh fruit. It is best to let the fruit thaw a little first, especially with the smaller models. Just take the fruit out of the freezer, prep the rest of the ingredients.

Do I need to follow a recipe to make a NutriBullet?

While you can just follow the above formula and mix any ingredients, I prefer to follow a recipe that you know will taste good. In order to save you time, this article provides 15 of my favorite Nutribullet recipes.

Can you make iced coffee with NutriBullet?

NutriBullet Iced Coffee Recipe When it’s hot out, I almost always have a pitcher of coffee in the fridge. Starting with cold coffee helps to keep it colder without the ice melting so fast. But for the days I don’t remember to brew a batch, this recipe is a great second option.

How do I use the NutriBullet for anti-inflammation?

The ingredients might sound like a lot and maybe a bit daunting, but they are essential for a powerful boost of anti-inflammation power. Place them in the NutriBullet and blend until smooth. If inflammation is getting the better of you, then switch gears and give it a good whack with the power of greens.

How do I make a NutriBullet smoothie?

The basic formula for a Nutribullet smoothie recipe is 50% leafy greens(2 cups), 50% Fruits, 1/4 cup Boost ingredients(nuts, seeds, superfoods), and then add water(or other liquid) to the max fill line.