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Vanilla Happy
Shauna Bell
Great product

Vanilla happy has helped me manage stress, get better sleep and reduce mood swings. I mix it with the protein powder and collagen and it makes a tasty smoothie.

Thanks Shauna for the review and so happy to hear that Vanilla Happy is helping with your sleep and mood swings :)

Protein Powder
Shauna Bell
Delicious protein

This is the best tasting protein powder I have tried. Creamy, a touch of sweetness and no funky aftertaste. Goes well mixed with vanilla happy.

So glad you're loving our Protein Powder! Thanks for the review. :)

Beauty Booster
Beauty Booster

Liking what i see when i look in the mirror, this 64yr old face is glowing, thanks to my new found friend " Beauty Booster ". How did i survive without you.

A wow moment!

On a recent holiday when I didn't bother taking my Latte Liberate with me as we would be travelling, by midweek I was getting aches and pains in my hips and legs which I hadn't had for ages. Got home and got a smoothie into me and after a couple of days no more aches and pains. Touch wood I haven't had hot flashes before or during using this product and now I don't want to give it the chance!

Thanks for the review Kathy and glad that your aches and pains are under control again with Latte Liberate ❤️

My happy start to the day

Great product has definitely helped me with hormone balance and feeling positive and ready to start the day.
If I forget to take it I definitely notice the difference it has now become a regular order and I get to save on the cost on auto order.
Thanks Kulture for these products they make a big positive difference in my life and I’m grateful ❤️

So happy that its making a huge difference - great to hear ❤️

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3 Ways to Help Autoimmune Disease

Salmon with avocado salad for auto immune gut health

In January of this year, the Global Autoimmune Institute reported over 90 known autoimmune diseases. This list includes continues Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBS), Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), Chronic Ulcerative Stomatitis, Celiac Disease, Addison’s disease, Grave’s Disease etc. Scientists continue to discover more as time passes. The challenge is that most of these diseases have no categorical treatment and can only be managed in the meantime.

While there is no panacea for autoimmune disease, the best way to handle it is to address it at its root cause - which is to restore the healthy balance of your immune system. Here are some strategies to help people manage autoimmune disease that don’t involve medication:

Improve Your Immunity

The basic premise of an autoimmune disease is when your immune system mistakenly attacks your body thinking it is a foreign threat. Therefore, it is vital for people suffering from autoimmune diseases to focus on improving their immune system. There are several ways to do this.

  • By taking supplements - fish oil, vitamin C, vitamin D, and probiotics are natural supplements that can improve your immunity. While supplements that contain quercetin, grape seed extract, and rutin have anti-inflammatory qualities.
  • By getting tested - hidden infections, food allergens, and heavy metal toxicity can aggravate an autoimmune condition. By taking this step, you eliminate other conditions that could make it potentially harder for your immune system to work against an autoimmune disease.
  • By improving your diet - spices (like turmeric, cumin, and coriander), healthy oils (like cow ghee and sesame), fish (like salmon), nuts (like almonds), and veggies (like gourds, pumpkins, and broccoli) should be a staple in any healthy diet. Make sure you do not have food allergies. 

Reduce Stress

This remains the most challenging aspect of healing your immune system as stress cannot be avoided. Ideally, a healthy lifestyle should be considerably low stress. However, in today’s modern times, we have accepted stress not just as a temporary event but a chronically occurring one that’s part of our everyday life. Everyone manages stress differently, but there are some basic tenets to reducing/managing stress that holds true for everybody:

  • By getting enough sleep - adults should aim to have at least 6 - 8 hours of restful sleep consistently. You may think that you are getting enough by clocking in 5 hours today and then 8 hours the following day, but it does not work that way. This routine still results in a sleep deficit. Restful sleep should be consistent
  • By enlisting natural relaxation techniques - such as breathing exercises, yoga, meditation, and body massages.
  • By immersing yourself in activities that help reduce stress- whether it’s art, jogging, walking, gardening, or even prayer. 

Take Care of Your Gut Health

Your gut is home to 80% of your immune system. Without taking care of it, it is close to impossible to have a healthy and balanced immune system. The good news is that the cells in your gut can regenerate quickly. Help your gut help you by removing toxins and inflammatory food, and replenishing good bacteria, enzymes, and acids that can help support your immune system.

Managing symptoms is not the same as curing autoimmune disease, but great strides in science are being made to understand how to reverse autoimmune disorders. In the meantime, we have to make sure we are doing our part in supporting our immune system the best way we can - by giving it ample rest and nourishment.

Latte Halo may help

Latte Halo is a blend of medicinal mushrooms, turmeric, cinnamon, nutmeg and black pepper. 

Medicinal mushrooms may help to calm and stabilise the overactive immune responses as well as improving your gut, whilst turmeric and cinnamon assist as an anti-inflammatory.


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