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Latte Liberate
Dennis Swayn

Latte Liberate

Green Goddess

I have added Green Goddess to my morning smoothie for almost three weeks now. My energy has definitely improved and is sustained throughout the day.

Glad to hear you have more energy! Thanks for the review Helen :)

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Latte Liberate
Helen H
Surprised!

After two weeks of Latte Liberate it dawned on me that I hadn't had a single hot flush! Which means better sleep, better mood, better me (for everyone else in the house!!). I'd tried lots of supplements but this one works for me (and it's yummy). Give it a go!

Thanks for the review Helen and really happy to hear that its working for you and that your household is much happier ;)

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Vanilla Happy
Joy Clarke
Energy Booster

since using Vanilla Happy, my energy is stable and strong through the day and i feel calm and balanced. I have found i can't have it at night though (as much as I would love to include it as a warm, goodnight drink) as it keeps me awake. Daytime is great though.

Thanks for lovely review Joy and really happy to hear you're experiencing the benefits of Vanilla Happy. Some people are okay taking it at night, however for others the Maca can keep them awake and that's why we recommend taking sometime during the day. :)

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Spiced (Latte) Halo
Kelli Howell
PERFECT BEDTIME SNACK

I really look forward to this before bed! It really has helped me to get to sleep easier and definitely has helped with longevity as well which is exactly what I was hoping for 🤗 Thank u for a most wonderful product!!!

Thanks for you review Kelli and glad you're loving our products and sleeping better ❤️

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by Jaie Obillo 2 min read

Ever had a terrible episode of muscle cramps? One that starts in your foot and creeps its way up your leg. One where you can visibly see the muscles of your calf going rigid as it cramps up. It isn’t a very pretty sight, nor is it a very pleasant experience. The first thing that friends and family will tell you is to eat a banana. Ever think about the logic behind that?

Increase your potassium intake

Bananas are rich in potassium, a single medium sized banana can contain 422 mg of potassium. Potassium is a very important mineral that helps support healthy nerve and muscle functions. It is essential in regulating our bodily fluids, aids in waste removal, maintaining normal blood pressure, and transporting nutrients to the cells.

Potassium is an electrolyte. It is necessary for muscle contractions, acid-base balance, carbohydrate metabolism, and for keeping our sodium levels in check. Having low potassium levels can result to fatigue, insomnia, cardiovascular problems (such as arrhythmia), and muscular weakness or cramping (hence the suggestion to eat a banana). It may even reduce kidney stone occurrence, reduce stroke risk, and help prevent osteoporosis.

The recommended daily value is 4,700 mg of potassium. Sadly, most people don’t hit that target on a daily basis. Maybe because most are not aware of other food sources to get potassium from. The good news is that bananas aren’t the only potassium rich food source. Here are 5 more excellent food sources for potassium.


Sweet Potatoes

One medium sized sweet potato has 541 mg of potassium. Swap them out for regular potato dishes by making sweet potato fries or mashed sweet potatoes. You can also roast them up or make sweet potato soup.


Spinach

Popeye had the right idea when he said “strong to the finish”. A cup of spinach has 540 mg of potassium. You can add spinach to soup or make simple sauteed spinach with garlic, lemon juice, salt, crushed red pepper, and extra virgin olive oil.


Beans

One cup of cooked white beans provide a whopping 829 mg of potassium. The same amount of black beans can give you 611 mg of potassium. Beans are very versatile and you can add them to anything, rice, burritos, salads, soups, and stews. Add white beans to your salads and soups and black beans to burritos and stews.


Watermelon

Two wedges of this juicy, summer fruit contains 640 mg of potassium. Make smoothies with it or add it to salads. It’s also fun to eat them as is.


Coconut water

One cup of coconut water has 600 mg of potassium. It is an excellent hydrating drink that contains a lot of electrolytes. It can serve as a natural alternative to those bottled sports drinks that might contain artificial sweeteners.



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