Thought I’d quickly drop in to say hello, and I’m still here… I haven’t blogged for 7 days but it feels like much longer!
My life this past week has consisted of community nursing, yoga, studying for an essay on wound management anc clinical decision making, poor nights’ sleep, and IBS. Oh yeah. Love it. My digestive system has reminded me that it does not like bananas, stress, and a lack of sleep. Instead it loves food to be little and often, apples, veges, and not too much sugar, caffeine, and dried fruit.
Anyways, I have the last Pulsin bar to share with you today:
The Maple and Peanut Protein bar.
I was looking forward to this one since I love both peanut butter and maple syrup, and a little more protein in my diet is never a bad thing. It was good but the texture was a bit strange. I’m not sure how to describe it. It was quite dry but tasted good. The maple and peanut butter flavours were subtle and blended together well. I think this is definitely the more functional of the bars. That is, if you need a protein boost after a hefty workout this is the baby (will come in handy for my 3 hour Ashtanga yoga workshop on Sunday!).
So there you have the final Pulsin bar.
Just to recap, I’ve also reviewed:
So there we have it. My favourite would be a toss up between the Raw Chocolate Brownie disc and the Bliss Bar. Can’t wait to buy more of these ones.
Fingers crossed, from May 17th I shall be blogging more frequently; woo woo! From this date I will be free of essay work until July-ish, and then I’ll be on my summer hols… not that I’m counting down the days or anything. I’m thinking of mixing my blog content up a bit by blogging more about my daily eats (just in case anyone’s interested in what a gluten-free, vegan girl living in England consumes), as well as my usual posts. What do you reckon? In the meantime, back to essay writing I go.
Hope your week is going well. x