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I chose to try this product because i felt like I was jumping out of my skin with pms plus dealing with painful swelling of breasts. Two weeks of taking it daily, I feel calmer and more settled, less pain. Happy to make this drink a daily ritual

Thanks for the review Kate and it's great to hear the product is working really well for you :)

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It was great to be able to try a few different products to find the ones I did/didn’t like

Thanks for the review Alison, glad you found some products you like! :)

I can function again!

Latte Liberate has provided my body with the balance it requires to operate in a fairly normal state whilst going through the inevitable change that women have to endure later in life. Highly recommend it!

Thanks Julie for the feedback and review. Such wonderful news to hear :)

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Love the flavours of both Latte Halo and Liberate. I have found myself a lot happier at work during the day (lost my mojo for a while), also I have been sleeping a lot better which was a constant issue for me. The blends are working well for me. I will continue to purchase your products. Thank you Kulture

Thanks for leaving a review Terri. So happy to hear your results and that you've got your mojo back :)

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Latte liberate.
I didn't really like the cinnamon taste & it feels very scratchy irritating in the throat & to swallow.
Not sure about it's effects on countering hot flushes yet as have only had two cups so far.

Thanks for the feedback Sharon. If you're drinking the product with cold milk, best to put it in a shaker to mix the contents thoroughly and of course make sure you have enough milk to blend it properly and not be too thick. Depending on the severity of your hot flushes it could take from a week through to 3 weeks for the product to start to work.

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by Jaie Obillo 2 min read

Do you experience an afternoon slump? That feeling when you just slip into a sluggish stupor that can’t be alleviated by a cup of coffee or by opening the windows. Certain things zap us of energy like not getting enough sleep, hormonal imbalance, or a bad diet. However, you might want to take a look at other factors such as the health of your gut. Yes, your gut health can actually affect your energy levels.

The microbiome, in all its complexity, is the aggregation of all the microbes that reside on and/or within the human body. There are over 100 trillion microbes consisting of bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses that help digest our food, regulate our immune system, protect against other bacteria that cause disease, and produce vitamins including B vitamins B12, thiamine and riboflavin, and Vitamin K, which is needed for blood coagulation. These aren’t the only processes affected by our microbiome. The microbiome also affects how we process the food we consume. 

Nutrient absorption

Inside our gut is a thriving micro-flora of bacteria - the gut microbiome. These microbes aid in how we process our food and how we absorb nutrients. An imbalance in this delicate micro-flora can result to impaired nutrient absorption. If there are too few good bacteria in our gut, we might not be able to absorb and assimilate the recommended amount of vitamins and minerals that our body needs on a daily basis. 

This could come with real consequences. If we don’t get the nutrients we need, we could become more susceptible to sickness due to lower immunity, or we could be more prone to injury because of weaker bones, muscles, and joints. Furthermore, if we don’t get the recommended amount of nutrients required by the body, our body feels slow, sluggish, and weak, this is because when nutrients aren’t available for assimilation at the cellular level, energy won’t be available.

How do we keep our gut healthy?

There are several things you can do to improve gut health like managing your stress levels and getting enough sleep. There are other tips that are more obviously linked to your gut health like eating slowly, staying hydrated, taking probiotics, and examining your diet.

Chew

Eating slowly helps improve your gut health by taking away the burden of actually digesting. If you take time to chew your food and eat slowly, you are starting the digestion process by helping the digestive system break down your food and help absorb it easier.

Drink

Staying hydrated helps keep your tummy, particularly your mucous lining, lubricated.

Take

Probiotics are a great way to supplement your beneficial bacteria. It encourages the growth of good bacteria in your stomach.

Eat

Examine your diet for food intolerance and stay away from highly processed food as well as high fat high sugar foods. Opt for foods that are high in fibre and/or those that are rich in collagen. Fermented foods such as kimchi, sauerkraut, yoghurt, tempeh, miso, and kefir are healthful as well as natural dietary sources of probiotics. So try to incorporate them in your diet. 

 

References:

  1.  The Human Microbiome



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