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New Alternative to Vita-Mixer

From: Don R.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 2, 2009 10:37 PM

Joyce Johnson writes:

I have been losing a lot of excess weight and feeling so clean inside by eating about 50-60% raw, just doing it the easy way by juicing and making smoothies in my blender. Still, I?ve been wanting a Vita-mixer! But, just too expensive! (Even though there are refurbished ones being sold at about $100 less.)

Recently, a friend just told me about Montel Williams? infomercials being shown right now on TV, demonstrating a similar type of ?emulsifier? he calls a HealthMaster. Just watching his positive infomercial was so uplifting for me, and it looks like it does all the things I personally would do with a Vita-mixer. Since it is only $239, including s/h, I ordered one! I should get it in 10 days. I?ll let you know how I like it.

Just thought I?d tell you about it, though, as my friend did me, because others might be interested in checking it out if they are short on cash and can?t really afford $449 for a refurbished Vita-mixer. I believe it will prove to be a good choice for the non-professional raw foodie or anyone who wants a multipurpose machine. It can do smoothies, hot soups, grind seeds AND even grind grains of wheat into flour with no switching blades! (Not all grains, though, as the Vita-mixer might.).

There is a ?professional? Health Master with a slightly more powerful motor (2 hp) available for $40 more. Also, the motor comes with a 100-year warranty (better than lifetime), and one can get an extended warranty on the parts (which incl. shipping ? comes with 90 days? coverage) for 3 years for just $15 more.

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