I love a High Speed Blender and there are so many on the market. I use my blender multiple times over the day for making smoothies, juices, soups (blenders that go at this speed will make food hot), sauces, dips, dressings, blender ice-cream, hot chocolate and nut butters. I want one that will be powerful enough to make sooth juices out of whole carrots and kale! I had one, then it died (after 4 years). Used 3-4 times a day, this blender needs to be durable, good quality and powerful!
I am lucky enough to be in touch with a factory making commercial blenders (exactly what I am looking for) and so I can now offer a choice of 3:
3 different models, delivered to your door at highly competitive prices.
All the machines have an 18 month warranty and the customer service of the team at the factory is great.
The main points for me to consider when buying a blender are
1. Wattage of motor and speed
2. Quality of materials used (ie BPA free jug and stainless steel blade)
How do these blenders add up?
1. Blenders may advertise two different numbers, the Voltage will depend on the country you are in. Hong Kong runs on 220V. Then they will advertise the power of the motor in Watts and the speed in RPM. This is the maximum speed the motor can maintain. The best way to compare blender motors is to look directly at the wattage, as that will always show exactly how powerful the motor is. For example the below machines have a wattage of between 1500-2200W- and a standard Vitamix is 1000-1200W (see here).
2. All of the Jugs are BPA free and the blades are stainless steel.
3. The cost starts at $800 and goes to $1200 (You will not find these prices for this quality anywhere else!!)
Here is the comparison table to help you to decide.
Giving definition to the word Insomnia together with the statistic that 1/2 the population suffer at some point and to some degree is food for thought. I have on occasion found it difficult to get to sleep, stay asleep or wake refreshed. This book does an amazing job of not only outlining what good sleep is, why sleeping pills make the situation worse but, of course, sets you on a journey towards great sleep. Something I am very excited about sharing.
I enjoy reading Emily’s style of writing- she is clear, to the point and very well researched. Her explanations about the different stages of sleep are very easy to understand and allow you to identify potential issues that can easily be turned around, especially thinking about the way light affects our sleep which makes me feel better that we do not have blackout blinds or night lights in our nor the kids rooms. I am also inspired to invest in a grounding sheet for us and the Kids. Especially when at the computer as they have one you can put your feet on (more information here and read about Grounding here), make one myself or at least feeling the ground beneath my bare feet as much as possible.
The nutritional advice is sound and makes excellent sense. Balancing blood sugars and therefore hormones is at the centre of great sleep. However I learnt a lot about the relationship with fats and CO2 with sleep and I found that information fascinating. There is also so much information about supplements, foods to choose and avoid and the book give s good goals for example against screen time at night (she says typing away very late and tired!)
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