My Nutribullet Review


When I first watched the Nutribullet infomercial, I thought that product was a crock. It looked like every other blender I had ever seen on sale. We already had a Ninja for blending, so why would I want some pumped-up version of the Magic Bullet?

Nutribullet Review: A Top Blender Must-Have

I was so wrong. I was wronger than New Coke. The Nutribullet is one killer mixer/high speed blender that can transform your breakfast into a tasty healthy alternative to any McSalty biscuit you’d buy on the road.

The main principle of the Nutribullet is that you are EXTRACTING nutrients from your produce. You aren’t juicing, because that leaves out the hard fiber. It’s a lot like blending, except you don’t have to worry about uncut chunks. Extraction is breaking it all down into one drink so that you get everything.

What You Get With The Nutribullet

The Nutribullet isn’t a very large blender, despite being a 12-piece assembly. It’s about the size of

spinach sweet potato
The smooth texture makes an easy drink

your forearm (unless you are Shaquille O’Neal) and can put out a pint’s worth of a healthy smoothie drink. That’s not bad considering most juices and smoothie blend servings are 8 ounces. You can easily fit the Nutribullet base and the large cup in the corner of your kitchen counters.

The cups are dishwasher safe. A couple of the smaller ones come with handles, and all of them come with screw-on lids so you can store different drinks for different times of the day. We used the small cups for my kids and saved the big ones for the adults in the house.

Also, depending on the set you buy, you get their nifty recipe book. It has the standard nutritional information and different blend ideas for whatever your needs are. For example, I like the detox drinks and I also like protein drinks after a workout. My favorite detox mix I like isn’t in the book, but it’s the Mean Green as seen on Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. If you haven’t seen this movie yet, go look it up on Netflix. It’s what got me into this smoothie kick to begin with and it is truly a life changer!

Using The Nutribullet

My Nutribullet with Asian pears and grapes
My Nutribullet with Asian pears and grapes

It’s pretty easy to use the Nutribullet. Add your food. Add water or healthy liquid. Put on the blade lid. Turn it upside down. Set it in the blender base. Snap it in and twist. Personally I love watching the 600 watt motor spin those blades of doom around the defenseless raw fruits and veggies until they meet their untimely death and are barely recognizable, save for the colors.

Okay, I know it sounds a little violent, but this just illustrates the power of the Nutribullet. One minute you are mixing half-veggies and half-fruit with about 8 ounces of water in the cup. Within 30 seconds, they are ready to drink.

If you aren’t used to smoothies or blended drinks or juices, it might be a little weird to mix fruits and vegetables. Trust me, it works. Even the Mean Green recipe I like admittedly looks unappealing at first. Why in the world would apples, ginger and kale hang out together? But once you get a strong sip, it all makes sense. The Nutribullet’s design expertly whips them into a working team.

And if you want to try and make your own protein powders like the ones you buy at the health stores, the Nutribullet has a solution for that: a milling blade.

Is The Nutribullet For You?

If you are looking into getting into the juicing or blending game and you don’t want to drop a lot of money on a monster processor like the Vitamix, then the Nutribullet is a good start because it costs about one third of the price. If you aren’t ready to do juice extraction and prefer the taste and texture of smoothies or shakes, go with the Nutribullet. You’ll get the benefit of added fiber since it leaves no pulp behind.

For coffee lovers, there’s also another interesting use for the Nutribullet. Check out this alternative way of using your Nutribullet:

Are you ready to get a jump start on your mornings with a healthy smoothie? Then check out the Nutribullet.

2 thoughts on “My Nutribullet Review”

  1. Thanks for this review, it was very helpful. I was intrigued by the infomercial but a little skeptical because, well, infomercial. It sounds like the real deal though, so I’ll give it a shot.

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