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I have been using this for a couple of years now and will not go a day without it. It calms me, I sleep better and am in a better mind set all round. I can totally recommend it!

Thanks for the review Kylie and your continued support. I'm so glad to hear you're loving this product and that its helping you to feel amazing!

Nice taste

Started taking it in last couple weeks. Enjoying the taste early days yet.

Taking this every day and love it

Have been taking this combo now for over a year and haven't had a cold or flu over the winter months and sleep better.

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I tried everything in the pack and was so impressed with how much better my gut felt . Definitely less bloating . I am in menopause so I’ve ended up purchasing Latte Liberate , Latte halo, and the healthy gut duo.
Looking forward to seeing over time how much better I might feel especially with the hot flushes

Thanks for the review Catherine and wonderful to hear you love them and that you experienced less bloating. Looking forward to hearing how you go with the full packs.

Just wonderful products

So glad I've found you. Your products changed me in so many ways. More energetic my mood is so much better, don't seem to have any hot flushes anymore, I sleep so much better & over all a happier me. Will continue buying your products thank you so much..

Thanks for the review Liz - fantastic to hear your energy levels and mood is better and those hot flushes are gone.

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by Wendy Lilley 2 min read

If you're someone who consumes artificial sweeteners and thinking you are doing the right thing by not adding calories to your overall day, I'm sorry to say but I don't come bearing good news. You see artificial sweeteners are bad for our health, our cravings, our gut and more.

It's just a marketing ploy

The marketing companies will have us believe that artificial sweeteners are better for us, will help us lose weight as there are less calories etc... unfortunately these are just marketing ploys.

Artificial sweeteners raises the hormone insulin and if you're insulin levels are raised your body stores fat. Artificial sweeteners do not aid in fat loss, in fact they increase your appetite and make the body crave carbohydrates.

Artificial - the hint is in the name!

I can't think of any food that we eat, which is good for us...that is artificial. Can you?

Artificial sweeteners are chemicals and chemicals have no place in our bodies as they cause an imbalance within our body.

Many foods you are consuming today have artificial sweeteners such as:

  • chewing gum
  • mints
  • soft drinks
  • yoghurt
  • commercial protein powders (not ours)

and most foods labelled as “diet”, “low fat” or “lite”.

What to look for on the label

Make sure you read labels and research numbers like sweetener 951 & 950. Look to avoid foods with the following:

  • Aspartame
  • Equal
  • Nutrasweet
  • Splenda
  • Sugarine
  • Sacharine
  • Sucralose

Natural Plant based sweeteners

Opt for natural plant based sweeteners like Stevia, Stevia and Monk Fruit, Erythritol or Xylitol. They keep your insulin in check and they are plant based so gentle on the stomach and natural too. 

I just recently came across a new natural plant based sweetener which is a mix of Stevia and Monk Fruit and have to say, it’s pretty damn good.

I’m not a fan of straight Stevia, as I find it too bitter, however ‘Raw Earth Sweetener Co. Stevia and Monk Fruit’ sweetener is awesome!

Look out for it in the supermarket in the sugar aisle (Aussie supermarkets).

Plant based sweetener is better than artificial sweeteners



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