You’ve probably seen this before in late-night movie commercials or widely known as infomercials. You know that these “cheesy” commercials will sell you something in the end and that you might end up buying them, but still most people are glued to it. Even if they’ve always wanted to pick up the remote and change the channel.
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One infomercial that you’ll probably notice to be running daily, maybe even hourly is from a curly guy named David Wolfe. He’s a health guru of some sort and while I’m entertained with his demonstration and speech, I was practically drawn to the kitchen appliance that he was using.
When I heard him say that we are one of the most overfed nations yet an undernourished nation, I was hooked. I knew that I had to listen to this guy.
But to tell you the truth, I wasn’t ready to buy anything. I’m adamant about it. I’ve made a decision that I wasn’t going to buy anything over infomercials. Over the TV, especially over some guy with curly hair.
I was wrong. After a few minutes, I saw him adding more fruits and vegetables to this upside-down blender that looks like a bartender’s shaker with clear glass. He was adding all kinds of fruits and veggies. There’s spinach, broccoli, chard, lettuce, cabbage, and even kale.
And of course, my favorite mix of fruits like banana, apple, grapes, oranges, and kiwi. He also added some nuts and superfoods like flax seeds and chia seeds.
Then the ultimate test started. He poured the “green concoction” into several glasses and containers and started the taste test with his audience. There was a moment of pause as the audience started to sip this green mean drink.
I was amazed to see the delight in people’s eyes that it actually tastes great. Yes, vegetables can actually taste great when combined with fruits and superfoods to help make the perfect Nutriblast.