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Vanilla Happy
Ben Johnston

Vanilla Happy

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Menopause Power Bundle
Jitka Dotzauer
No change yet

I have been using the products for 10 days approximately but maybe too early to feel any change.
Hopefully it'll happen soon

Hi Jitka, thanks for the review. It can take a little more time for some to feel the difference. Stick to taking it daily and hopefully it starts to balance within and help soon :)

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Latte Liberate
Glynis Williams

I’m sorry but I don’t like the taste

Thanks for your feedback Glynis. Sorry to hear you didn't like the taste. It sometimes helps to add a banana and blitz it into a smoothie but I get that everyone has different taste buds.

Menopause Bundle

I am finding the collection on products in this bundle helpful. I feel more clear headed and lighter. Spiced Halo at night is improved my sleep. Looking forward to trying other flavours.

So happy hear they are working for you Jo and thanks for the review :)

Great product 🙌

Really good product I’ve tried so many different things to improve my sleep and this actually works for me! it feels like I’m getting better quality sleep after having problems with sleep from late 40s for so many years. Im very happy and highly recommended spice halo and tastes great too..
Thank-you for such a great product :)

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Latte Liberate
Sharon Arraj

Latte Liberate

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Fruitful Digest
Christine Campbell

Fruitful Digest

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Vanilla Happy
Claudia H.
Happy Vanilla

I’ve started drinking Happy vanilla a few weeks ago and my symptoms have improved, I feel more calmer and my moods have reduced, the taste it’s ok too, I will definitely order more to maintain my symptoms 👍

thanks for the review Claudia and so glad you're feeling the results :)

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Vanilla Happy
kathryn jarrett

i feel better not eating as much my belly is slowly going i think

Thanks for the review Kathryn and glad you're starting to feel the benefits of Vanilla Happy :)

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Taster Pack
Niki Mc
Awesome!

Loved all the products!
My favourite is Latte Lib!

Oh thanks so much Niki, glad you enjoyed them all. Yes to Latte Liberate - its so delicious and something I take every morning. Thanks for the review :)

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Foods That Nourish Your Thyroid

Seeds, legumes and nuts high in zinc

The hormones produced by our thyroid are responsible for regulating our body’s metabolic rate and for regulating many of our bodily functions such as breathing, heart rate, body temperature, digestion and how quickly we burn calories. Therefore, it is very important that our thyroid functions properly. When our thyroid produces too many hormones, it can causehyperthyroidism. This can lead to weight loss, brittle hair, thin skin, palpitations, tremors, and sleep disorders. Consequently, if our body does not produce enough hormones, it can causehypothyroidism. This can lead to weight gain, increase in cholesterol levels, fatigue, dry skin, forgetfulness, and even depression.


Women should pay particular attention to thyroid issues as studies show that 1 in 8 women are affected with thyroid irregularities. Furthermore, women are 8 times more likely to develop a thyroid condition than men.


Eating a well-balanced diet that includes lots of fresh and organic produce and protein can help regulate thyroid function. Here are some foods that can help:


Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids:

Pick up some fatty fish such as wild salmon, trout, tuna, or sardines when you’re at the grocery. Hypothyroidism can increase the risk for heart disease and these omega-3 rich fish can help reduce the risk for heart disease as well as help decrease inflammation and boost immunity.


Foods high in Selenium:

Selenium helps regulate thyroid function and one good source of Selenium is nuts. Brazil nuts, macadamia nuts, and hazelnuts are a particularly good source of this nutrient. 


Foods rich in Iodine:

Iodine helps in the production of thyroid hormones. Those who have hypothyroidism will benefit from eating food that is rich in this nutrient. Some good sources are seaweed and sea vegetables such as nori, kelp, dulse, kombu, and wakame. 


Foods rich in Zinc:

Thyroid hormones are essential for zinc absorption, so hypothyroidism can lead to zinc deficiency. Some good food sources are pumpkin seeds, chickpeas, legumes, nuts and sunflower seeds. Shellfish such as oysters, crabs, and lobsters are also good Zinc sources.


Superfoods:

There are foods rich in a combination of nutrients that can bring balance to the entire endocrine system. Some of these superfoods are Maca root (rich in magnesium, vitamin B2, zinc, vitamin A, vitamin D), fermented food such as raw milk yoghurt or Sauerkraut (rich in magnesium, vitamin B2, vitamin C, vitamin A and probiotics), and green leafy veggies such as Kale (rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals). 


If you’re experiencing thyroid issues, try to incorporate these thyroid-supporting foods into your diet.



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