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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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Anxiety and Stress affects the Gut

Anxiety and Stress affects the Gut

Anxiety and stress can have a significant impact on your gut health. The gut and the brain are closely connected through a bidirectional communication system called the gut-brain axis. Stress and anxiety can disrupt this communication, leading to various gastrointestinal symptoms. Here's how anxiety and stress can affect your gut:

1. Digestive issues: Anxiety and stress can alter the normal functioning of the digestive system, leading to symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea, or constipation. The gut may become more sensitive and reactive to stress, exacerbating existing digestive conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

2. Changes in gut motility: Stress can affect the contractions of the digestive muscles, leading to either increased or decreased motility. This can result in rapid transit of food through the intestines (causing diarrhea) or slowed movement (causing constipation).

3. Alterations in gut microbiota: The gut is home to trillions of microorganisms known as the gut microbiota. Stress can disrupt the balance of these microbes, potentially leading to an overgrowth of harmful bacteria and a decrease in beneficial bacteria. This imbalance has been associated with digestive disorders and may contribute to inflammation in the gut.

4. Increased gut permeability: Chronic stress can increase intestinal permeability, often referred to as "leaky gut." This means that the lining of the intestines becomes more permeable, allowing substances to pass through that would normally be restricted. This can trigger inflammation and immune responses in the gut, potentially contributing to digestive symptoms.

5. Activation of the enteric nervous system: The enteric nervous system (ENS) is often referred to as the "second brain" of the body because it controls many aspects of digestion and communicates with the central nervous system. Stress can stimulate the ENS, leading to changes in gut function and sensations.

6. Vicious cycle: The gut-brain axis works in a bidirectional manner, which means that gastrointestinal symptoms caused by anxiety or stress can, in turn, worsen the anxiety and stress levels. This can create a vicious cycle where gut symptoms and psychological distress reinforce each other.

It's important to note that the relationship between anxiety, stress, and the gut is complex, and the specific effects can vary from person to person. If you experience persistent gastrointestinal symptoms or have concerns about your gut health, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional who can provide a proper evaluation and recommend appropriate management strategies.

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