It’s not hyperbole when I say introducing a blender I actually like — and therefore use — has had as significant an impact on my healthy eating habits as anything else. I was scarfing nutrition-free bagels for breakfast every morning, but quickly changed to vitamin- and protein-packed smoothies, which, if you make ’em right, taste like a total treat. If you’re looking for a blender that’s both powerful and easy to use,. That’s $30 less than the same model is retailing for at and it ships for free.
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This package includes two cups (a 32-ounce “colossal cup” with a silicone lip-protecting ring for smooth sipping in case you don’t have a straw and a 24-ounce cup with a handled lip guard), plus a flip-top to-go lid for easy portability.