We all know it’s important to give our bodies what it needs to cleanse properly and we all know how powerful certain foods, especially superfoods, can be for our health. R’s KOSO’s powerful blend of 100 varieties of fermented fruits, vegetables, and grains can help support just that but a question that comes up often is, When should I take R’s KOSO?
Here are three realistic scenarios where R’s KOSO can be a great addition to your lifestyle. And trust me, I’ve experienced all 3 scenarios before so you are not alone, it’s part of life!
１、Before a big dinner
There’s absolutely no reason to skip meals but if we know that the big dinner is coming up you may feel inclined to not want to spoil your appetite and skip out on eating for prolonged periods before.
However, what is important to know is that our brain needs some sugar to function. Have you ever felt sluggish because you waited too long to eat? If you know you have a big meal and you think you want to balance it in a day, you can have some R’s KOSO in the morning and be able to enjoy your big meal out and feel satisfied beforehand too so you can look forward to that meal instead of being moody.
2、After the weekend/party night
Alcohol and fast food are not your gut’s best friend but sometimes, it can happen. Especially over the weekend. If you ate/drank too much and you don’t feel hungry or you need to rest your gut, you can have R’s KOSO. You can rest your gut and support gut health at the same time since R’s KOSO provides prebiotic, probiotic, and postbiotics which will feed and nurture the bacteria in your gut helping them feel happy again.
Sitting down for meals can go a long way. Your body cannot digest properly when it’s stressed out or when you’re in a rush. If you have no time to eat, you can have R’s KOSO. R’s KOSO is a great energy source and it contains a variety of nutrients.
R’s KOSO contains over 100 different fruits, vegetables, and plant-based ingredients. It provides balanced nutrition which are Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, C, D, E, and K), Mineral (calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, chloride, magnesium, iodine, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, iodine), 17+ Amino Acids, Short-chain fatty acid, Acetic acid, enzyme and, Polyphenol.
Which of these scenarios speaks to you the most? I hope you can see now how R’s KOSO can be a life-saver in these real-life situations. Let us know in the comments if there is a scenario that you can think of that we missed.