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    Default Nutri Bullet Vs normal blenders/juicers

    My parents drink smoothies and fruit juices, so I thought I would buy them the Nutri bullet. The only thing is, they already have juices and blenders, but not this type of one. What can I say to convince them that this is different. I actually don't have one so don't know much about them other that health concious people love them!

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    I have a nutri ninja pro so similar to the bullet I think - the best thing about ours compared to normal blenders is that I can add things like chia seeds, goji berries, raw almonds, LSA etc to our smoothies and it breaks them down completely , I leave the skin on most fruits and veggies ( except obviously the hard skin on mangoes and pineapple etc ) and it also blends it up perfectly - unlike a juicer which obviously just takes the juice -you get the benefits of eating all the fibre and skin ( where most of the nutrients are) of the whole fruit plus it's sooo much easier to clean than a juicer !

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    Actually it is the same model as your :-)
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    because they leave the pulp in, and just are more powerful so break it up better, the juice is better for you. (it includes the fibre of the whole fruit rather than a juicer which removes the pulp and with it the fibre)

    they are also super convenient as they are small, and the upside down nature makes them easy to use, easy to clean and compact to store.


 

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