While self-care should always be a priority, sometimes we can get caught up in the hustle and bustle of our busy lives and it can fall by the wayside. This month, Ninja Kitchen Canada is raising awareness with their Self-tober program, focused on the holistic wellness of the body, mind, and soul.
The brand has been making it easy for us to eat healthy for years with innovative appliances like air fryers, pressure cookers, blenders, and juicers, so it doesn’t surprise us that they launched a fullsome wellness initiative incorporating their products into practical health and nutrition practices.
Self-tober kicked off at the start of this month and is specifically curated to promote healthy living. Each week, fitness and wellness gurus conduct hour-long workshops to share their expert tips. Coaches have included fitness expert Karen Michelle (@karenmichellle), nutrition expert Lonie Murdock (@fitlonie), and mindfulness expert Hoame (@myhoame).
You can follow along with the coaches via their Insta handles to stay on top of your Self-tober efforts and ongoing wellness journey. In addition to their professional advice, these wellness pros have also been sharing some drool-worthy and equally healthy recipes that are totally worth trying RN. The two we tried and loved are:
Green Smoothie to support athletic recovery
Tempted to try these recipes out? Let us tell you this then- they are all made with the Ninja Nutri Blender Pro Auto-IQ. If you know your way around the kitchen, you most likely already know that this isn’t your usual blender. For one, you don’t have to stand there while it crushes your fruits and veggies down to delicious smoothies – it works by itself on two different Auto-IQ settings. And for two, cleanup is a breeze since the jars are dishwasher safe. Plus, it’s quite a powerful blender as we can tell from experience.
If you’re ready to embark on your very own wellness journey and don’t already own the Nutri Blender Pro, we suggest you grab it STAT from ninjakitchen.ca, Canadian Tire or other major retailers in Canada.
Let us know how it goes!