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Vanilla happy

I started off drinking this in the mornings but found it doesn’t really dissolve very well so I now put it on my muesli at breakfast which I prefer. Am vanilla happy with product ☺️

Thanks for the review Dee and glad you're enjoying it on your muesli - I have it often on muesli and its great! Best way to dissolve it in a drink is to put it in a shaker and perhaps with the wire ball that comes with the shaker. Anyway, glad you've found a way you like to take it

One step forward.

So, stupidly I decided to see if it was actually working by letting myself run out of it. I was being pretty impatient, expecting it to work faster, praying for it to work faster. My flushes were unbearable, from mild perspiration all my life, no matter how hot it was to absolutely dropping with sweat day and night, soo not fun. By about the 3 week mark the flushes were noticabely less and the sweating less severe by the time I'd run out I had two nights decent sleep in a row. Now I've been without it for a week or so I know 100% that Latte Liberate works! Not only has it helped already with flushes but after I'd been taking it only a few days I noticed a change in my mood and I felt far more relaxed.. I'll be ordering more on Monday and I won't be running out this time !! Also, I really miss having a big glass in the morning, it's different but its delicious. Brilliant stuff!

Caroline thanks for the review, this is fantastic news that the product is working for you.

The hot flushes that were driving me crazy have not returned!!

I am very pleased to report that from day one of starting the Halo in the evening and Liberate in the morning my hot flushes immediately reduced. I still get a bit hot from time to time (well it is summer) but the hot flushes that were driving me crazy have not returned. So far so good!

I love the taste of the Liberate and have started buying soy milk and heat it in the microwave which helps to mix it up better. The Halo is also tasty and I have started buying almond milk and also heat this one up to help mix the powder.

I have told quite a few of my friends how wonderful your product is and I will definitely be buying some more very soon. ❤️

Thanks for the review Joanne, glad you're enjoying the products and that they are working for you too :)

Latte shakes

It doesn't taste the best , I kinda over did the powder on my first shake ! Still waiting to feel results

Thanks for the review Alisha, hopefully it starts to work for you soon. Some people take longer than others.

Love the flavour in Blueberry Burst. My husband is the biggest fan as well. He has it in smoothie every day. Truly wonderful products.

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by Jaie Obillo 2 min read

Have you ever tried describing your feelings of discomfort after eating certain types of food? Usually the words inflammation and bloating make their way into those sentences and most of us would have used them interchangeably. You know how they look and how they feel - but can you tell the difference between the two terms?

Inflammation

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines inflammation as a local response to cellular injury that is marked by capillary dilatation, leukocytic infiltration, redness, heat, and pain and that serves as a mechanism initiating the elimination of noxious agents and of damaged tissue. In short, it is the body’s response to foreign invaders and it triggers healing.

Bloating and discomfort

Bloating is also a bodily response where your belly gets distended or swollen as a result of swallowing air, eating too much, consuming too much salt, or eating a certain kind of food. Bloating is also associated with periods and hormonal fluctuations.

Foods that may cause bloating

There are certain types of food that cause inflammation, and certain types that cause bloating. Here’s a short list of some common foods that cause both.

Dairy:

Some people lack the digestive enzymes for breaking down certain foods. For example, a person who lacks the enzyme lactase will be unable to digest and break down lactose which results to lactose intolerance. It has the following annoying symptoms: bloating, gas, and diarrhoea.

While we all know that dairy can cause bloating, it is also one of the highly inflammatory foods. Dairy disrupts the balance of good gut bacteria which are important players in reducing inflammation. They are also a source of inflammation inducing saturated fats.

Fried foods:

For people who are trying to make healthier food choices, cutting out deep fried food from their diet is the immediate and most convenient way to do it. It is also one of the ways to reduce inflammation and bloating. Vegetable or seed oils contain a very high amount of omega-6 fatty acids. While omega-6 is actually a healthy kind of fat, large amounts of it promote inflammation. The additional salt and/or seasoning in the batter of most fried foods contribute to bloating. It is wise to stay away or reduce consumption of deep fried, battered food.

Bread:

Carbs has been a point of contention for most dieters. Some argue that it’s not healthy to cut out a major food group, and some swear by consuming extremely low levels of carbs or cutting carbs out completely from their diet. But these two groups agree that white bread should be consumed in limited amounts, if you’re trying to eat healthfully. White bread and wheat bread contain gluten which can cause inflammation, bloating, and gas. For some people with a sensitivity to gluten or have a condition called celiac disease, those symptoms can be coupled with major stomach pains, and diarrhea.

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