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  • Duchess-Simone

The Journey To Good Health ft. KOS Pea Protein Powder.

Okay, so here's the thing. I've been trying to master personal fitness for a long time. I've tried new diets, different forms of exercise plans, etc. to experiment with building the perfect beauty standard for myself. As mentioned in previous posts about my body, I've always liked my shape but was insecure about certain parts of me.

You know, this past summer I abstained from carbs for about six weeks and rode my bike two times a day. Cycling was part transportation and part was for exercise; and just as an aside, I've never done so much cardio in my life.

I wasn't eating carbs because they made me look and feel extra bloated, and I was trying to minimize on that, but I was also interested to see how my body would respond to loads of cardio and no carbs.

It was good for my waistline, but bad bad badd for everything else. Summer of 2019 was probably the most malnutrition I've ever seen in all of my meatless experiences.

So to help me get back on track, I began lifting weights and upping the ante on my carbs and protein intake. Finding a clean, soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, and organic product was challenging, and there were some close contenders. But for me, it always boils down to taste, ingredients, and the protein per serving size. Sure, price is important too. KOS is kost-ly, but they don't break the bank.

I usually make a smoothie out of it, bake with it. Each container has about 30 servings in it. Because it's my primary source of protein it'll last me about 3-4 weeks.

If you're looking for a little extra boost, you should try KOS out.

Click here to order!