KOS Organic Plant Protein
KOS Organic Plant Protein
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Organic Pea Protein
Those peas you used to move endlessly around the dinner plate as a kid? Now, knowing all this likely wouldn’t have changed your mind about peas as a kid. But at least you would have understood what you were hiding under your potato.
Organic Flax Seed Protein
Unless you’re a fish, your body can’t make omega-3. No problem. Flax seed is one of the richest vegan sources of essential omega-3. This fatty acid with the science-fictional name is critical to weight management, retinal health, fetal development…omega-3 is a big deal, and Flax is an omega-3 kingpin.
Organic Quinoa Protein
Quinoa is nearly unique in the Plant Kindgom. Why? It is a “complete protein”, rare plant matter that contains all nine essential amino acids. Think of it as a cow you can toss into a salad. Packed with fiber, iron, magnesium, manganese—Quinoa is strangely potent. In fact, NASA is looking very closely at Quinoa as a Controlled Ecological Life Support System (CELSS); a foodstuff for astronauts on long interplanetary flights.
Organic Pumpkin Seed Protein
The seemingly unremarkable pumpkin seed is an incredibly useful thing for the body. Carotenoids and vitamin E round out the miracle.
Organic Chia Seed Protein
Chia seeds can be spread over the backs of terra cotta animals to look like green hair. But there’s more! These crazily tiny seeds are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids (those again), fiber, antioxidants, iron, and calcium. Drop them into water and chia seeds soak up about 12 times their volume in a scant 10 minutes, producing a nutrient-packed gel that can stand in for eggs in vegan cooking.
Organic Coconut Milk
Twice the iron and zinc of granulated sugar and rich in potassium, Coconut Sugar is produced from the sap of the coconut palm flower, and not from the plummeting nut known for knocking tourists unconscious. Coconut Sugar offers vitamin C, magnesium, calcium, and a variety of other nutrients. Plentiful in antioxidant phytonutients (naturally occurring plant-based anti-toxins) this tree-based sugar is a healthy alternative to processed sweeteners.
A GI tract-friendly soluble fiber which plays a key role in nourishing gut flora for proper digestion. Inulin naturally slows digestion - helping to prolong feelings of fullness - and may play a role in reducing blood sugar.
A review of our container label will reveal that KOS Plant Protein contains vitamins from A to Z (zinc oxide) and all the minerals to be a complete mulitvitamin source. This is especially important when replacing meals and for Mom to know a KOS Protein shake provides a full spectrum of nutrients for active kids. Our vitamins and minerals are from whole food sources and Made in America without fillers, artificial ingredients, GMOs or additives.
Himalayan Pink Salt
The only salt known to have been discovered by none other than Alexander the Great, Himalayan salt is mined in the Punjab region of Pakistan. This far-flung table spice boasts a total of 84 minerals, including iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, phosphorus and chloride, as well as trace amounts of body-burnishing boron, fluoride, iodine, zinc, selenium and copper. The best part of Himalayan salt? You don’t have to scale the Himalayas to get it.
DigeSEB™ Enzyme Blend
Amylase, Protease, Lipase, Lactase, Cellulase. Sound like a biology test? This proprietary enzyme blend helps the body embrace and capitalize on its ingested proteins, maximizing absorption and wasting less of the ingested component parts.
KOS Organic Plant Protein is perfect if...
You want to start each day by taking care of your nutritional needs
You’re super busy and need a quick way to refuel
You struggle to get your kids to eat their vegetables
You've tried dozens of proteins and still haven't found one you like