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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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What causes Anxiety and Stress?

What causes Anxiety and Stress?

Anxiety and stress can be caused by a combination of factors, including:

1. Genetic factors: Some individuals may have a genetic predisposition to anxiety and stress. If there is a family history of anxiety disorders, it increases the likelihood of developing these conditions.

2. Environmental factors: Stressful or traumatic events such as a death in the family, divorce, financial problems, work pressure, or significant life changes can trigger anxiety and stress.

3. Brain chemistry: Imbalances in certain neurotransmitters in the brain, such as serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine, can contribute to the development of anxiety and stress disorders.

4. Personality traits: People with certain personality types, such as perfectionists, those with low self-esteem, or individuals who are prone to negative thinking, may be more susceptible to anxiety and stress.

5. Medical conditions: Certain medical conditions, such as chronic pain, cardiovascular disease, respiratory disorders, and hormonal imbalances, can contribute to the experience of anxiety and stress.

6. Substance abuse: Alcohol, drugs, and other substances can alter brain chemistry and increase the likelihood of experiencing anxiety and stress.

7. Psychological factors: Negative thinking patterns, excessive worry, and catastrophic thinking can contribute to anxiety and stress. Past experiences, such as childhood trauma or abuse, can also play a role.

It's important to note that anxiety and stress can be influenced by a combination of these factors, and the specific causes can vary from person to person.

How can I reduce stress & Anxiety?

There are a number of factors to help reduce stress and Anxiety that can be found here.

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