I am not normally a big television watching kind of fellow but, post heart attack, I have been watching a good deal more. This morning before my shower, I saw a David Wolfe commercial for his Nutri Bullet. It is not a blender, but a super foods maker. Destroys cell walls so you get more nutrients from your food. Kind of looks like the magic bullet blender ...
And by "legitimate" I mean "not legitimate"
I'm in the process of marketing the Chuck Norris bullet blender. All you have to do is tell your food (cacao, goji berries, koala bear colostrum, etc.) to insult the blender, and then like magic, the blender roundhouse kicks the food's cell wall into oblivion.
When Chuck Norris blends, the whole earth spins at 3500 rpm
LOL!! That video is fantastic! :D
That's it, I'm returning my new blender. It doesn't have a Walker Texas Ranger button.
I'm pretty sure most blenders (or at least the high power ones) do the same thing. I believe the concept is that they break down the fruit more so that it is more easily absorbed into the body and the stomach doesn't need to do as much work. That's the basic concept and I think if the blender is high power enough, it will break down the cell walls, though I'm not sure. (i.e. - the Vitamix and the Ninja blenders)
I don't think you'd get more nutrients from it, though. Just think it's easier and more readily broken down by the body.
I feel like David Wolfe sells a lot of stuff that's unnecessary (retreats, cacao stuff, special powders, etc.)
It is good, right?
How did you get a video to appear as a video and not a link?
raini embedded it. if you hit the 'media' button (looks like a filmstrip) you can embed the code they give you on youtube or other video sites.
You have to get the imbed code from youtube or wherever by hitting the "share" button and then the inbed button.