Pulsin and Beond

Pulsin* kindly sent me some of their products to help me out with my lent challenge (I’ve given up junk food entirely). I’m crazy I know, but nearly 4 weeks into it I’m feeling so much better in myself. However I’ve been finding it difficult to find something I could have as a snack that wasn’t considered as ‘junk’ so I’ve mainly been snacking on fruit or carrot sticks which honestly aren’t that appealing, I was glad to receive some of Pulsin’s range to try.

 

 

Firstly their Protein Snacks and Raw Chocolate Brownies; these come in 8 flavours and are perfect for giving you that extra ‘boost’ throughout the day. Their raw chocolate brownies even contain 1 of your 5 a day, how amazing is that? All of their snack bars are dairy, gluten and soya free along with being vegan and containing NO added sugars. What’s not to love? My favourite from their Raw Choc Brownie range was definitely the Raspberry and Goji, full of such wonderful flavours.

 

I received two bars from their range of Beond Organic Snack Bars which also contain 1 of your 5 a day and come in 5 flavours; Acai Berry, Blueberry, Raw Chocolate, Apple and Cinnamon and Baobab Pinapple. I was lucky enough to try all the flavours at the BBC Good Food Eat Well Show and the Apple Cinnamon Bar was my favourite from this range, although the Acai Berry Bar was lovely too.

 

I was also sent a sachet of each of their Whey, Soya and Hemp proteins. These are tasteless proteins that can be added to almost anything, sweet or savoury to give a ‘great tasting protein health boost’. The Soya Protein has recently been featured in my Protein Pancakes post. They come in a range of sizes from 20g-5kg and start at £6.29 for 250g.

Have you tried Pulsin’s products before? Which are your favourites?

Ami xxxxx

*This post contains PR samples

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7 Comments

  1. 17th March 2015 / 7:53 pm

    I've got some organic whey protein to try – not from this brand but looking forward to testing!

    • 18th March 2015 / 1:50 pm

      I'm starting to really love adding proteins to meals. Let me know what you think of the whey protein.

      Ami xxx

  2. 17th March 2015 / 10:41 pm

    Well done for lasting so long without junk food, I see your tweets sometimes and how much of a struggle it must be for you! Like you, I have really been searching for something healthy, substantial and high in protein to snack on rather than the same old raw vegetables and fruit all the time which gets a little boring. I really like the natural looking design of the Pulsin products and I actually tried one of my friend's Almond and raisin brownie and absolutely loved it so I have been meaning to purchase some of these for a while now! I actually use a different brand of hemp protein and find it great for adding to pancakes or smoothies for a bit of added protein after a work out and it feels good knowing that it's natural and plant based!

    James
    http://www.bloggerjames.co.uk

    • 18th March 2015 / 1:52 pm

      Thank you. I honestly don't know how I've done it. I'd love to know what you think after you've tried a few more of Pulsin's products. Me too, I've been loving adding proteins to meals to give me that extra 'boost' throughout the day.

      Ami xxx

  3. 18th March 2015 / 11:19 am

    i never heard of these before but i must say,they look quite nice especially the vanilla choc chip! xx

    • 18th March 2015 / 1:51 pm

      They're all lovely, it's so hard to decide on a favourite.

      Ami xxx

  4. Kirsty Baker
    23rd March 2015 / 12:41 pm

    I've never heard of these before but I've got to say you've succeeded in making me want to try them. I love a guilt free snack (who doesn't) xx

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