If your NutriBullet Juicer is not turning on, it is likely that it is either assembled improperly, or that it has overheated. Check if the Juice Bowl or Pulp Basin is correctly and securely seated on the motor base, and that the locking handle is set in the proper, vertical locked position.
If your NutriBullet Juicer is not turning on after a period of heavy use, it’s likely that the unit has overheated. Your machine is programmed to temporarily shut down as a protective measure when it senses overuse. If or when this occurs, unplug the unit and allow it to cool for at least 15 minutes before plugging it back in and attempting to use again. Do not touch or hold the Juicer if the unit is hot to the touch.
The NutriBullet Juicer and Juicer Pro are not equipped to make nut milk or nut butters. Do not process nuts or seeds in your NutriBullet Juicer or Juicer Pro.
The NutriBullet Slow Juicer is equipped to make nut milks.
No. A liquid ingredient is not required when juicing fruits and vegetables in any of the NutriBullet Juicers.
Yes, you may juice into any glass or container that fits under the juicing spout. We do, however, recommend that you use the juice pitcher included with the NutriBullet Juicers, as it is specifically designed to limit potential messes.
The freezer trays are helpful for preparing juices and juice shots in advance, and for preserving leftover juice beyond its standard 48-hour limit. They’re also great for freezing pulp leftover from the juicing process, which can be defrosted and added to a wide array of recipes for a boost of fiber. Our recipe guide includes some great tips and suggestions for how to make the most of your freezer trays.
The NutriBullet Juicers pulp basin, basin cover, and juice pitcher are made from durable, FDA approved, BPA-free SAN (styrene acrylonitrile resin) plastic.
Using the included cleaning brush, thoroughly scrub the sieve under running water. All removeable parts are dishwasher friendly (excluding motor base).
Juice can be stored in the refrigerator using the pitcher with the lid secured, or glass bottles for up to 48hrs. Alternatively, using our freezer trays for longer term storage.
A smoothie is a blended beverage made with solid and liquid ingredients: fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds, water, milk, or plant-based beverages, etc. Smoothies are blended using a NutriBullet® or traditional blender, and the finished product retains all of the material--skins, pulp, and fiber--of their whole food ingredients. A nutrient-rich smoothie may serve as a meal replacement or snack, and can help to boost your fiber intake for the day.
Juice is made by extracting nutrient-rich liquid from whole fruits and vegetables. Juicers separate the solid components of fresh produce--pulp, skin, fiber, etc--from their liquid content, which is then filtered through a spout and into a glass or pitcher for drinking. While juices do not contain fiber, they do provide concentrated amounts of plant-based nutrients. They’re great for a quick pick-me-up, and can help to add an extra boost of fruit and veggie goodness to your day. A combination of fresh juices and smoothies can be great additions to a healthy, active lifestyle.