I have Vital Proteins collagen peptides with my coffee every morning.
I have been using collagen from Vital Proteins for over two years now and I believe it has helped strengthen my hair, skin and nails.
This unflavored collagen can be mixed into a hot or cold drink and has only 70 calories per serving. The brand’s unflavored peptides also have 18 grams of protein and 20 grams of collagen per serving, so I’ve made it a habit to drink them in my coffee every morning.
Costco carries a 24-ounce container for $31.99. When there’s a deal on Vital Proteins at Costco, I’ve seen it on sale for as little as $21.99.
I drink Terra Kai Organic Juce vitamin powder with water and smoothies.
I add a scoop of Terra Kai Organic’s Juce super-fruit and veggie with powdered vitamin mix to my water and even my smoothies. I don’t usually eat a lot of vegetables and can feel a little bloated at times, but I think this Juce powder has made a difference to my gut health and helps me stay energized.
Juce’s garden-berry flavor contains 30 milligrams of vitamin C and 4 grams of fiber per serving and is gluten, dairy and soy free.
You can get a 30-serving bottle for $18.99.
Fairlife chocolate drink is my post-workout drink of choice.
Fairlife seems to be one of Costco’s hottest proteins, and the brand’s nutrition plan is definitely a must-have for me. I work out five times a week and Fairlife is my go-to after exercise.
Fairlife’s meal plan contains 30 grams of protein and 2 grams of sugar per serving.
Costco carries an 18-pack for $28.49.
Kirkland cage free egg whites give me a protein boost.
I try to maintain a protein-rich lifestyle with Kirkland’s cage-free egg whites, which I buy weekly.
I have Kirkland egg whites five times a week because I want to hit my protein goals and maintain muscle mass on fewer calories.
You can get six cartons for $10.99.
I eat Seeds of Change quinoa and brown rice regularly.
Seeds of Change Organic Quinoa and Garlic Brown Rice is my favorite meal prep ingredient and is very versatile.
Even better, the quinoa and rice dish is ready to microwave in 90 seconds.
Costco carries a six-pack for $10.99.
Blue Buffalo pet food is great at Costco.
My dogs are like my children, so I want to give them the best food.
Blue Buffalo pet food lists meat as the first ingredient, with no poultry by-product meals, corn, wheat, artificial flavors or preservatives.
A 38-pound bag retails for $59.99.
I absolutely love Perricone MD Firming Eye Cream.
To me, Perricone MD is one of the most recognizable brands in beauty, so I’m excited to see it at Costco.
When I use Perricone MD Firming Eye Cream, I see a difference in my skin. Perricone MD’s cream contains hyaluronic acid, which provides hydration for firmer skin.
Get Perricone MD Eye Cream for $31.99 at Costco.
Liquid IV’s electrolyte blend is a household favorite.
I keep Liquid IV electrolyte mix in my gym bag, car, purse and work locker. If you know you’re going to be in dry heat, have a long day ahead of you, or just need extra hydration, these prepackaged IV fluids come in handy.
According to its packaging, a packet of drink mix can hydrate you faster than water alone and contains five essential vitamins: B3, B5, B6, B12 and vitamin C. Simply mix a packet with 16 ounces of water and you’re ready to drink .
Get a pack of 30 for $28.99.
Costco carries almost all the clothes I need.
I’m a shopaholic when it comes to clothes and shoes and Costco has all the deals. Costco carries a variety of different brands such as Levi’s, Carter’s, and GH Bass & Co., just to name a few.
Wholesale prices start at $12.99 for jeans, $14.99 for jackets and $29.99 for a new pair of Adidas sneakers. My passion is a $16.99 pair of Kirkland Signature jeans, which are comparable to my brand pants and have great stretch for comfort.