Buyers of the popular, informercial-famous NutriBullet are finding out that the product name is literal, but not for the reasons those high-energy commercials may want you to believe. Apparently, the most striking resemblance between the NutriBullet and an actual bullet is that the appliance might just explode in your face. Those familiar with the world of “as seen on TV” products surely know the NutriBullet, whose promises of a “longer, healthier, active life”—with just one “Nutriblast” serving per day!—have helped sell more than 40 million units worldwide.  But according to a new investigation on the Australian news show Today Tonight Adelaide, with further reporting by The Sun, users of the blenders around the world are being scalded by hot liquids that spew from defective NutriBullets. Imagine: One minute[…]