This week we’re mixing it up a bit: the “flavor” of the week is… unflavored! 20% off the large 122 meal bag of 1.9 Base Powder*. It’s enough to mix with 10lbs of Dymatize Elite to make 5.82051 weeks of Keto Chow – this is the size we used when doing the mixing of Keto Chow 1.9. It should be noted that the 1.9 base powder and the 2.0 base powder are the same thing in different bags.
*While Supplies Last – We aren’t planning on mixing additional v1.9. We’re going to keep a close watch on the inventory level and keep it updated on the site, if you can still order the product, then it’s still on sale!
Let’s talk about what the Base Powder is:
- The Base Powder is all of the “esoteric” ingredients in Keto Chow, everything except for protein, flavor, and sweetener. Often these ingredients can be difficult or impossible to locate, especially outside the United States.
- You take 14g of the Base Powder and add your choice of protein to make Keto Chow.
Ok, so why would you use the Base Powder instead of getting the full mix?
- The #1 ingredient in Keto Chow is the protein powder. It takes up more volume and weighs more than any other ingredient. Eliminate the protein and suddenly you can fit 6x as many “weeks” in the same shipping package. For international shipping, this is a huge deal. You’d find some protein locally and not have to pay shipping for that.
- If you don’t like one of the components of the sweetener, protein, or flavor in the full mix; the Base Powder allows you to use whichever protein powder with whatever sweetener you like. Want unflavored protein? Less sweetener? No Sweetener? Just Stevia? Something besides whey protein? The Base Powder is a likely solution for you.
- Going back to the previous point, I get a lot of varied requests for customized Keto Chow – almost all of them can be covered with the Base Powder. It’s super flexible and allows me to keep my product line simple.
Now, the Base Powder isn’t for everyone – if you use it you should be prepared to do a fair amount of math to determine how much protein powder you should use since most protein powders vary on their nutrient profiles. If in doubt, use Cron-o-meter. The Base Powder is in the Cron-o-meter database already, then you’d just add your protein powder to a “recipe” (along with how much heavy cream you’re using) and you’re good to go. The regular full mix is easier to use, especially for new users, but if you have the desire to customize a bit, you can check out the Base Powder, plus it’s on sale!