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KOS Love You Berry Much! Energizing Red Juice Blend Goji Berry Popsicle -- 13.81 oz

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KOS Love You Berry Much! Energizing Red Juice Blend Goji Berry Popsicle -- 13.81 oz

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KOS Love You Berry Much! Energizing Red Juice Blend Goji Berry Popsicle Description

  • A Tasty Energizing Antioxidant-Rich Red Juice Blend
  • Convenient and Healthy Alternative to Sugary Drinks
  • Packed with Polyphenols for Circulatory Health
  • Delicious Goji Berry Popsicle Flavor (44 Servings)
  • Non GMO • Vegan • Gluten Free • Made in the USA • USDA Organic

KOS® Red Juice Blend

Acai berry, Monk Fruit, Cranberry, Raspberry, Goji-what is this, a tangy taste treat or an organic cocktail for sipping by the pool? Yes. Fill your goblet with the organic stuff of your home planet. These berries have punched above their evolutionary weight for 66 million rigorous years. Who knew these things were so tough?


Awesome Ingredients, Powered by Nature

At KOS® we believe in the power of balance and simplicity - fuel for your journey.


Rejuvenate Your Skin and Daily Energy With This SuperFruit Punch

KOS Reds blend is an excellent way to start your day. Think of it as a superfuel to stimulate your energy, lower stress and purify your system. This energizing blend will give you the confidence that you kicked off your day with a natural gift for your whole body.


Naturally Energizing

Superfoods & Antioxidants for Anti-Aging

Immune & Nervous System Support

Responsibly Sourced & Artificial Ingredient-Free


The KOS Reds Blend combination of complementary nutrients is designed to boost metabolism and provide energy throughout the day with only Two grams of sugar!


Organic Berry Superfoods


Organic Acai

Known as a berry, but actually a drupe from a Brazilian palm tree, Acai has vitamin A, calcium and trace minerals, including chromium, zinc, iron, copper, manganese, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus. Its plant compounds, anthocyanins, give Acai 10 times the antioxidants of most fruits and berries.

Organic Cranberry

Cranberries are low in calories and high in vitamins C, A, and K. They also contain proanthocyanidins (PACs); antioxidants known to be free radical scavengers. Compounds in cranberries can also be effective at treating urinary tract infections.

Organic Raspberry

Raspberries are the edible fruit of a plant species in the rose family. They are rich in skin strengthening components; Vitamin C, manganese, folic acid, copper, and iron. They are a great source of fiber and also contain Vitamins A, B6, thiamine, riboflavin, calcium and zinc.

Organic Blackberry

Raspberries are the edible fruit of a plant species in the rose family. They are rich in skin strengthening components; Vitamin C, manganese, folic acid, copper, and iron. They are a great source of fiber and also contain Vitamins A, B6, thiamine, riboflavin, calcium and zinc.

Organic Goji Berry

Goji Berries contain large amounts of vitamins A and C. They also have iron, zinc and high levels of healthy antioxidants - especially zeaxanthin - with proven immune-boosting qualities. These berries are a good source of plant protein and contain all 8 essential amino acids.


Organic Superfoods


Organic Beet Root

Packed with essential nutrients, beetroots are a great source of fiber, folate (vitamin B9), manganese, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin B-6, C, pantothenic acid, choline, betaine, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper and selenium. Beets are high in dietary nitrate which is believed to benefit the cardiovascular system.

Organic Pomegranate
Pomegranates contains hundreds of edible seeds called arils. They are rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and bioactive plant compounds - punicalagins and punicic acid - known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.

Organic Acerola
Acerola, known as a cherry, is actually a berry. It is extremely rich in vitamin C and often used to help with or prevent colds or flu. It’s also an antioxidant nutrient. Together with vitamin C, Acerola may be taken to boost immunity. It’s also a natural astringent helpful for treating skin blemishes and nourishing the skin.

Organic Coconut Water
Coconut water, found in young coconuts, is a good source of fiber, vitamin C and several important minerals. It is rich in potassium and known to be an excellent source of hydration. It also contains antioxidants that may protect your cells from damage caused by free radicals.

Organic Apple
Apples are an excellent source of Vitamin C and are rich in quercetin and pectin, both of which give them important health benefits. Quercetin is a flavonoid - a naturally occurring plant chemical - that has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Pectin is a type of soluble fiber that may help prevent constipation.


Premium Digestion Support


Organic Acacia Fiber
Acacia Fiber is also known as gum arabic and acacia gum. Rich in soluble fiber, it is a prebiotic that can stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria in the intestines to support proper digestion.

Organic Ginger
Ginger is the world’s most widely cultivated spice. It is also well- known for providing antioxidants and for its anti-inflammatory properties. As one of the top alternative medicine plants, it is used to treat muscle pain, aid proper digestion and shows great promise for regulating blood sugar.

Organic Aloe Vera
Aloe vera contains more than 75 vitamins, minerals, amino acids, naturally-occurring enzymes and nutrients to help the body with cleansing and toxin removal, improved digestion and overall immune support. It is often used by natural healers to treat heartburn and reduce the severity of Gerd.

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 Daily Reds is perfect if...

» You like to start your day with an energizing drink.

» You have a hard time drinking enough fluids every day.

» You want a healthy alternative to sugary fruit drinks for your kids.

» You're looking for a boost of energy without the caffeine.

» You want to look and feel your best.


Suggested Use

Add 1 serving (1 scoop) to 8-12 oz of cold water or your favorite beverage.


We recommend mixing one serving (1 scoop) in 8-12 fluid ounces of cold water mid-day (on an empty stomach) for a boost of energy and antioxidants. Shake in a shaker cup or mix into your favorite smoothie. KOS Reds are a great low sugar beverage alternative and make great popsicles for kids!

Free Of
GMOs, animal ingredients and gluten.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop
Servings per Container: About 44
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Carbohydrate6 g2%
   Total Sugars2 g
     Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
Sodium10 mg<1%
KOS® Organic Superfoods Blend
Organic Red Beet Root powder, Organic Apple powder, Organic Pomegranate Juice powder, Organic Coconut Water powder, Organic Acerola (fruit) extract
5.8 g*
KOS® Premium Digestion Support Blend
Organic Acacia Gum, DigeSEB® Enzyme Blend (Amylase, Lactase, Protease, Lipase, Cellulase), Organic Ginger (root) powder, Organic Aloe Vera (inner fillet) extract
900 mg*
KOS® Organic Berry Superfood Blend
Organic Acai, Organic Cranberry powder, Organic Raspberry powder, Organic Blackberry powder, Organic Goji Juice powder
1.6 g*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Natural triple berry flavor, l-malic acid powder, organic monk fruit powder, natural acai berry flavor powder, organic stevia powder.

Made in a facility that may also process eggs, tree nuts, sesame, peanuts, fish, crustaceans, shellfish, and wheat products.


Consult with your health practitioner before use if you are pregnant or nursing.\

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6 Effective Ways to Boost Your Energy That Aren't Caffeine

Feeling more fatigued than usual lately? You’re far from alone. Beyond the Covid-19 pandemic, we’re seeing an epidemic of low energy, says Steven Gundry, M.D., a California-based cardiothoracic surgeon and author of the new book The Energy Paradox: What to Do When Your Get-Up-and-Go Has Got Up and Gone. One of the reasons for this? When we’re stressed or bored — two things we’ve all likely experienced often over the past year — we inevitably turn to comfort foods consisting of simple carbohydrates (looking at you, chips and cookies) that lead to an energy crash later on. Woman Who Learned How to Get More Energy Petting Dog Happily in Bed With Laptop | Another culprit of low energy has to do with the number of hours the average American is consuming food. We’re now eating up to 16 hours every day, says Dr. Gundry — and that’s very different from the way humans used to eat. “If we’re eating 16 hours a day, that means we only have eight hours to clear the ‘rush hour’ out of our energy highways,” he adds. (Want to cut back? Reducing your window of eating is called intermittent fasting.) Eating too many low-nutrition foods for too many hours a day is overall a major factor in feeling low-energy. The good news, though, is that you can implement small changes to boost your energy without completely overhauling your lifestyle. Consider these doctor-approved tips to feel more energetic without pouring yet another cup of coffee.

How to Get More Energy Without Caffeine

1. Eat two servings of mushrooms per week.

Mushrooms can increase your energy for two reasons. First, they are filled with prebiotic fiber, which are the foods that our good gut bacteria eat, says Dr. Gundry. The biproducts of this process are compounds called post-biotics, which are essentially the communication system between your microbiome and your energy-producing mitochondria. Post-biotics tell mitochondria to make more energy — so eating a few cups of mushrooms per week (think tossing fresh sliced mushrooms into a salad, stirring dried mushrooms into marinara sauce, sipping mushroom broth or snacking on crispy mushroom snacks) can stimulate energy production. Second, mushrooms are one of the best sources of food-based melatonin. “People hear that and think, [melatonin] is the hormone that helps you sleep — but research has now shown that melatonin is the most important antioxidant in mitochondria,” says Dr. Gundry. Eating mushrooms boosts your overall mitochondrial energy system, giving you more energy.

2. Get a dog.

Sure, it sounds obvious — having an eager dog anxious to exercise encourages you to live a more active lifestyle, too (don’t even think about skipping that walk!). The more active you are, the more energetic you’ll feel. But there’s another reason getting a pup can boost your energy: Because they go outside, they bring friendly bacteria into your home. A dog’s microbiome can actually make your microbiome more diverse, says Dr. Gundry, and the more diverse your microbiome, the more energy you make. Consider this permission to let Fido lick your face. “I actually write prescriptions for people to get a dog,” says Dr. Gundry.

3. Go for exercise snacks.

When the 3:00 p.m. slump hits and you’re heading to the kitchen to raid the pantry, give your body an “exercise snack” instead of diving into a box. (By the way, here’s how to eat healthy while working from home.)  “The reasons we look to snack are often because we’re bored,” says Dr. Gundry. These little exercise snacks have been shown to keep your hunger at bay, and even a 10-minute workout or a few minutes of walking up and down the stairs can be effective. Think about ways you can build more movement into your day in the smallest of ways to boost your energy. For example, you could do squats while brushing your teeth twice a day, Dr. Gundry suggests.

4. Eat more shellfish.

The membranes of our energy-making mitochondria are made up of phospholipids, an active site for production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) — a source of energy for use and storage at the cellular level. Many of these membranes have been damaged because of the amount of trans fats not shown on food labels that are part of Americans’ diets, says Dr. Gundry. To repair them, you need to consume foods high in phospholipids, and one of the best sources is shellfish. Bivalves in particular, such as oysters and scallops, can help clear brain fog, he adds. (See more reasons to get hooked on the health benefits of a seafood-rich diet, including shellfish.)

5. Drink hydrogen water.

Remember the postbiotics we talked about earlier? One of those postbiotics is hydrogen gas. The hydrogen molecule is the smallest of any molecule, meaning it diffuses very easily, and it’s produced by our gut bacteria. When we eat particular fibers, hydrogen tells our mitochondria to produce more energy, says Dr. Gundry. “People are embarrassed by gas, but I tell them to ‘step on the gas,” he adds. That’s why he recommends drinking hydrogen water, which has been studied extensively in Japan and Korea, with more research showing its benefits slowly being published. Because hydrogen diffuses so easily, it can’t be bottled in plastic containers, so it’s easiest to drink hydrogen water by diffusing hydrogen tablets in regular water, Dr. Gundry says.

6. Reduce blue light.

You already know that endless scrolling or checking emails right before bedtime can suppress sleep — blame it on the blue lighting. Unfortunately, blue light is now everywhere, says Dr. Gundry, and it’s one of the troublemakers contributing to the low-energy epidemic. One of the best and most obvious ways to combat fatigue is to get better sleep (and give our energy-producing mitochondria a rest), yet many people don’t get enough each night. “We can’t burn our mitochondrial candles at both ends,” Dr. Gundry adds. He suggests downloading apps to change your screens’ lighting with the time of day, wearing blue-light-blocking glasses, and scheduling FaceTimes with family and friends early in the day so you can eliminate screens after sunset.

Still feeling low energy?

If you’ve tried all these things and are still feeling tired a lot of the time, don’t ignore it. Chronic fatigue — and other symptoms that can sometimes go along with it, such as not being able to focus or think straight — can be a sign that there’s something more seriously wrong in your body. “This isn’t a normal consequence of [the pandemic] or our stressful, high-powered lives,” says Dr. Gundry. “It’s a warning that you need to look deeper under the hood to find out why.”

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