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Latte Liberate
Dennis Swayn

Latte Liberate

Green Goddess

I have added Green Goddess to my morning smoothie for almost three weeks now. My energy has definitely improved and is sustained throughout the day.

Glad to hear you have more energy! Thanks for the review Helen :)

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Latte Liberate
Helen H
Surprised!

After two weeks of Latte Liberate it dawned on me that I hadn't had a single hot flush! Which means better sleep, better mood, better me (for everyone else in the house!!). I'd tried lots of supplements but this one works for me (and it's yummy). Give it a go!

Thanks for the review Helen and really happy to hear that its working for you and that your household is much happier ;)

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Vanilla Happy
Joy Clarke
Energy Booster

since using Vanilla Happy, my energy is stable and strong through the day and i feel calm and balanced. I have found i can't have it at night though (as much as I would love to include it as a warm, goodnight drink) as it keeps me awake. Daytime is great though.

Thanks for lovely review Joy and really happy to hear you're experiencing the benefits of Vanilla Happy. Some people are okay taking it at night, however for others the Maca can keep them awake and that's why we recommend taking sometime during the day. :)

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Spiced (Latte) Halo
Kelli Howell
PERFECT BEDTIME SNACK

I really look forward to this before bed! It really has helped me to get to sleep easier and definitely has helped with longevity as well which is exactly what I was hoping for 🤗 Thank u for a most wonderful product!!!

Thanks for you review Kelli and glad you're loving our products and sleeping better ❤️

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by Jaie Obillo 2 min read

Fruits are nature’s little gifts to us. They are tasty and portable nutrient bombs filled with vitamins and minerals that have minimal fat and low calorie. One of these gifts is the magnificent and extremely versatile banana.

Bananas are easily one of the most popular fruits in the world. It makes it way into desserts, baked goods, sauces and compotes, salads, smoothies, cereals, and even entrées.

Nutritional Profile

Bananas come in different varieties. The most common one sold in stores is the Cavendish (named after William Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire). One medium sized banana (118 g) contains 9% of the RDI of Potassium, 33% of the RDI of Vitamin B6, 11% of the RDI of Vitamin C, 8% of the RDI of Magnesium, 10% of the RDI of Copper, and 14% of the RDI of Manganese. It has almost zero fat (0.4g), 3.1 g of fibre, and is only 105 calories.

 Smoothie breakfast bowl

Here are 5 benefits of bananas:

Improved digestion

The high fibre content of bananas can greatly improve digestive health and ease symptoms of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). Bananas have 2 main fibers: pectin and resistant starch. The later escapes digestion and ends up in your large intestine, where it becomes food for the friendly bacteria in your gut while the former can help protect you against colon cancer.

Instant energy boost

Athletes are often told to eat a banana in order to reduce the occurrence of exercise related muscle cramps. This may be an old wives home remedy but the fact of the matter is that the nutritional content of bananas make it ideal for replenishing electrolytes, provide potassium to abate muscle cramps, and provide fuel for energy because of their natural sugars.

Potassium powerhouse

Bananas are a potassium powerhouse. Potassium helps in regulating heartbeat, blood pressure, and keeps the brain alert. One medium sized banana can provide 9% of the RDI for potassium. It is also a heavyweight when it comes to nutrition. It is loaded with vitamins and minerals like: potassium, calcium, manganese, magnesium, iron, folate, niacin, riboflavin, and B6.

Heart health

The potassium and magnesium content of bananas make it especially beneficial for supporting heart health. These two nutrients, after all, are essential for controlling blood pressure. A potassium rich diet can help reduce the risk of heart disease by about 27%.

Easy peasy

Bananas are one of the most common fruits you’ll ever find on the market. It’s so convenient, even convenience stores have them! It’s portable. You can throw one in your bag (just don’t forget it’s there) and eat it on your way to work (don’t make eye contact while eating it, that’s just weird). It’s incredibly versatile. You can add it to your cereals, your smoothies, or your yoghurt. You can bake with it, make sauces with it, cook with it, and even grill it.

Smoothie breakfast bowl with banana



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