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Is the NutriBullet really worth it?

I was wondering if the NutriBullet is really worth getting?? I was diagnosed with cancer in the middle of December 2011. I will be done with treatments in another couple months and I need to find something to help lose the bit of weight I've gained since treatments began and a way to get my energy back up. Will the NutriBullet really help??

I would love to hear from people who also had cancer and used this and let me know there experience with it but all answers are welcomed and I would love to hear what anyone have to say about the NutriBullet.

THANKS in advance.

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Over the past year or so I have been researching foods and found that a lot of veggies are anti cancer. Radishes, broccoli, cauliflower, Garlic onions. Sprouts of all kinds Bean sprouts Brussels sprouts, alfalfa sprouts, Wheat grass, Barley. Apple Skin, Water Melon Big Time. Tomato. Mostly all fruit and veggies. I would say buy it and try it. What do you have to lose but the cancer. But be consistent with it. a lot of folks have overcame cancer by eating an all fruit and Veggie diet. Watermelon is one of the best natural sources of antioxidants. It contains vitamin C and vitamin A, and pink watermelon contains a powerful antioxidant known as lycopene. These antioxidants act to neutralize free radicals so that they cannot damage cells and cause cellular mutations. Because cellular mutations are responsible for cancer, eating watermelon and other foods rich in antioxidants can provide a protective effect for the body. Did you know that broccoli has more vitamin C then oranges. Buying that Nutribullet and and making super duper watermelon enriched veggie juice every day would probably save your life. Just do it! every day every day every day! Do It.

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Here is a story from a NutriBullet blog that you may find helpful.... http://nutribulletblog.com/?p=1 Take care!!

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Sounds like a public relations story by her.....I don't believe she even wrote it ..... go ahead and try it ann_granger, and when you do, come back and tell us then I would believe it....maybe!
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I've had a bout with cancer and looked like a stick that fell off of a dead tree. I only allowed the removal of the tumor and began juicing with the Juice Man several months later, using mostly apples and carrots. I would have preferred the NutriBullet because the fiber is retained. I just bought it today and will give the Juice Man away. I suggest you look into coconut oil and a product named, "RM-10", a mushroom blend tablets by Garden of Life. I can't make claims here, but I am well after 5 years-- cancer free. Use only organic, UNrefined coconut oil! Good luck.

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If you think you can swallow the skins and seeds of fruits you will like it (of course the seeds are pulverized but the texture is still there and what about the accumulation of these pulverized seeds if you have an intestional tract that can't tolerate or excrete it normally.....I don't like it...the texture of the taste....add to that the return policy is you pay for all shipping charges if you want to return it. One more comment I think is very important....unless you want to buy organic I don't believe the skins on fruits is healthy as they are sprayed with insect repellent or whatever it is that's done on farms. Juiceman is the best! Take your vitamins and drink up! I am a person that also had cancer. This product's results are not very tasty! If you don't like it you won't drink it!

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I think it will.

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First off, anything that helps to digest fruits and veggies in your nutrition is a positive thing. I have just bought the Nutribullet to complement my twin auger juicer (Marathon). I was a juicer for a year prior to owning the Nutribullet. My observations are this: Both give me a euphoric feeling every time I ingest the drink. They make me feel better stronger more alert, and over all better health. If you want to improve your nutrition and overall health, I don't think you could do any better than drinking a juice/blend drink. The differences are: The Nutribullet is quicker/simpler to use but has a less desirable texture (fiber/ grainy/ thicker texture). The Juicer takes longer to make and clean up but produces (for me) a potent juice with no texture.


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The Juicer has more waste but (for me) produces a more potent product. WITH EITHER you will need to adapt to the veggie/fruit taste as this takes a little getting used to especially with the veggies. Once you feel the benefit of the drink the flavor is fine and you will learn how to mix and match for a better tasting product. I say go for it you will not be disappointed. If I have the time, I prefer the juicer, but use the nutribullet just as much for a time saver. (kids like the Nutribullet as it is fun to make their own concoctions and watch it go!) Godspeed to your health.
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Try this section as well. The frequently asked questions. I hope it helps. I bought the Nutribullet last summer and I love it! My kids love it too. Best and easiest way to get my kids to get more veggies and nutrition! I like to experiment with different ingredients. Wheat grass is supposed to be very helpful for those who have cancer or have had cancer. Speak with your dr!! Turmeric is also very helpful. I put it on everything and I even put it in my coffee! Strange I know but I use a flavored creamer. I eyeball the amount of turmeric I use. I also add same amount of cinnamon(which is also very good for you) and black pepper. Yes black pepper(I read that black pepper helps with turmeric), just a little less than the other 2 spices. And a tsp or 2 of sweetener. I love it. Remind me of a chai spice latte! I hope this info was helpful.

http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/

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