For someone that purports to eat healthily sometimes it just all goes to pot and recently I decided that I had to do something about it.
So after debating whether to get out the juicer and then remembering all that faff, mess and waste of good food .... the chickens got the pulp and I only had a watery juice, not filling, not satisfying and there was so much to wash up afterwards, it used put me off getting out when we did used to use it more regularly, so that put me off getting it out this time. I decided I had to look for an alternative, then I found out about the Nutribullet.
So the juicier was taken out of the cupboard one last time and has been added to the car boot box so someone else can have a
faff about go with it.
And now the Nutribullet sits neatly on the worktop being used on a regular basis. We've had it since just after Christmas and it's been in use three or four times a week, sometimes for both of us but more often than not it's just me that starts my day with a tasty, fruity drink.
After use you simply rinse the top bladey bit under the tap and then add the cup to the normal pots waiting to be washed (there are always pots waiting to be washing in this house) ,easy peasy and no more faffing.
You see my downfall with my day to day diet (meaning the way I eat not a plan of any sort) is that I'm not keen on fruit .... most of it is too sweet for me, but by using this in around the percentages the booklet suggests which is 50% greens (I use either Kale or Spinach) and almost 50% fruit with a top up of 'some type of 'superfoods' (ie nutrient dense seeds or berries), here I added sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and dried Goji berries. The bitter greens knock the sweetness on the head and I have a drink that is ..... well very drinkable AND it contains all the goodness of what I have put into the cup and the chickens get nothing.
A tasty glass of sludge :-)
Well I like it!!
This is NOT a sponsored post, I bought this with my own money direct from the Nutribullet website ... and then found out two weeks later that it was £30 pounds cheaper at Lakeland .... bum!!