The NutriBullet helps you make smoothies quickly and easily. Both the 600-watt and 900-watt versions can be purchased at most major appliance retailers. Click through to find out more about how this blender can help you add some nutrients to your diet.

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The NutriBullet Pro 900 Series comes with 32-, 24-, and 18-ounce jars.

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You'll also get a number of lids for sipping and traveling.

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The mouths of all of the jars have the same circumference. Any lid can fit on any jar.

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The Pro 900 series comes with two blade attachments. They screw on like a lid.

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The blades are designed to break down stems and seeds to help get more natural nutrients from fruits and veggies into your drink.

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The blade fits nicely onto the base.

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Push down to pulse, or push and turn to lock it in the "on" position.

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Don't block the heat vent or let the NutriBullet run for more than a minute or two.

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The NutriBullet Pro 900 Series makes a great smoothie and includes a few recipe books to help you kickstart your diet.

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