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Menopause Power Bundle
Cassandra Lauro
Menopause power bundle

Due to delayed postage i have only had my Menopause bundle for 15 days. I have noticed that my night sweats have gone and sleep pattern is deeper. However during the day experencing alot of hot sweats but could also be environmental heat at current state. I have only been using for just over two weeks enjoying the latte flavour and changing mik preference Soy and Almond has not bothered me. looking forward to see how the next two weeks continues

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Complete Gut Repair Bundle
Antonietta Marinelli
Happy Tummy

Easy to drink and tastes good too. But most importantly it settles my stomach, I feel so much better after dinking it :-)

Spiced Halo

The mix is tasty and easy to drink, I have it with half milk (oat or coconut) and half hot water. Has helped with getting me off to sleep, and sleeping through the night. Yet to see other benefits as only taking for one month so far, look forward to seeing what other gains from it in the future

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Green Goddess
Andrea
Green Goddess

I loved the minty flavour of the Green Goddess mix, it easily mixed in my smoothies. I have noticed improvement in my nail growth & I do have more energy during the day

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Vanilla Happy
Kylie Andrews
Magic ⭐️

This is amazing! I struggle if I go a day or so without it and definitely feel the difference. I would definitely recommend it.

Thanks for your lovely review Kylie and so happy to hear you're really feeling the benefits of our Vanilla Happy blend.

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by Jaie Obillo 2 min read

Like plants, we also need a healthy dose of sunshine. And while soaking (reasonably) in the sun has a lot of benefits to our health, there’s one health benefit that sunshine can provide that we can’t get anywhere else. Can you guess what?

Of all the important vitamins needed by our body, there is one vitamin that is somewhat special. Most of our vitamins are obtained from food sources, but this special vitamin is made by our bodies instead of solely getting it from food sources. This special vitamin is Vitamin D. It is a fat-soluble vitamin that’s stored in our liver and fatty tissues. So if you’re on the curvy side, rejoice! More body fat means you have the ability to absorb vitamin D and keep it from being used within our body.

Another thing that  makes Vitamin D special is that it behaves more like a hormone. Our bodies convert sunshine into chemicals that are used by the body. In particular, when we are exposed to UV-B sunshine rays,  a cholesterol in our skin (7-dehydrocholesterol) is converted into vitamin D3. It gets into your bloodstream and then goes into the liver and the kidney where it becomes activated as a key steroid hormone called Calcitriol.

Vitamin D boosts our mood

Vitamin D is important not only our skeletal structure, but also our blood pressure, immunity, mood, brain function and ability to protect ourselves from cancer. It also plays a huge role in a number of physiologic processes, including calcium absorption, innate and adaptive immunity, and homeostasis of a number of organs.

Sun is still the best

Sun exposure is still the best and surest way to get vitamin D. Sure, you can get some vitamin D by eating fish, taking cod liver oil, and drinking fortified milk, but it is impossible to meet your vitamin D requirements through food sources alone. However, a mere 10 mins under the sun lets you absorb a whopping 10,000 units of Vitamin D.

Unfortunately, our lifestyles do not afford us much time outdoors and we do not get enough sunshine anymore. We sit inside office cubicles for 8 hours a day and when we’re out, we avoid the sun altogether. That's how we get vitamin D deficiency. The best way to get vitamin D is a healthy salute to the sun. So go out and get some sunshine!

Some tips:

  • Regular walks out in the sunshine are better than an occasional sunbathe. Here’s the thing: short but regular exposures of 15 to 30 minutes (without sunblock) have been found to be much more effective and safer than occasional, but long, sun exposure (like sunbathing on a vacation).
  • The optimal times to get your vitamin D, according to a pan-India study is between 11am and 1pm. The wavelength of ultraviolet B (UVB) rays is 290-320nm during this period which is essential for skin to make vitamin D.
  • Go outside! You can’t make vitamin D when sitting behind a glass window, because the UVB rays necessary for Vitamin D production are absorbed by glass.




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