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TL;DR I’m using Nutribullet to make smoothies, and it’s awesome!


Reviewing blenders is new to me, because I never had one. But somehow Nutribullet got into my head (podcasts), and I finally got one.

Nutribullet — Green Smoothie

Source: http://www.thenutribulletpro.co.uk/images/NutriBullet-Pro-900-509.jpg

So far it’s been fantastic! The smoothies are better than any smoothies you can buy.

And there’re so many things to make them with… Blueberries. Carrots. Celery. Almond butter. Oats. Sage. Avocados. Cashews. Mangos. Ice. Protein whey. Protein whey, Carl!

Blueberry Smoothie

Source: http://allnutribulletrecipes.com/category/recipe-type/high-calorie-smoothies/

It’s frighteningly powerful in a good way, and surprisingly easy to wash. Imagine washing a mug and a knife — and that’s it, literally rinses clean in ten seconds.

It’s also very compact for a blender, and can be kept on the bench or stored away in the cupboard. It’s absolutely easy to use and grinds up pretty much anything in a flash.

Good stuff.

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23andMe review: getting a personal DNA report

* This post contains several updates on the current status of 23andMe project and my story as a customer, from making an order in September to receiving the report on February. Read on to get the whole story!

First, there’s a little intro to the whole thing. Have you heard of 23andMe (23andme.com)? Feel free to skip further if you have.

23andme.com is a privately held personal genomics and biotechnology company based in Mountain View, California that provides rapid genetic testing. The company is named for the 23 pairs of chromosomes in a normal human cell. The company provides health and ancestry DNA service that delivers you medical information based on a DNA sample that you send to the lab.

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