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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

The old saying goes “you can’t have too much of a good thing” and exercise counts as a good thing, right? Regular exercise can help you manage your weight, make you happier by helping you release endorphins and lowering stress levels, reduce your risk of heart attack, diabetes, obesity and high cholesterol, and help you build stronger bones and gain muscle mass. These are only a few of the benefits of regular exercise. But beware, there is such as thing as too much exercise. Over-training places chronic stress on the body. And in this case, too much of a good thing can actually be bad for you and your hormones.

Creates stress within the body

Cortisol - the stress hormone - is essentially good and actually helpful in small doses. It helps in muscle repair and recovery and helps to decrease inflammation and swelling in injured tissues. But sustained stress from over-training or constant steady state exercises (such as running) can elevate your cortisol levels and impair your insulin sensitivity. This can cause you to gain weight instead of losing it. Cortisol, after all, is also our fat storing hormone. Too much cortisol also breaks down our muscle proteins which is counter intuitive to why we exercise or strength train in the first place.

Adrenal Fatigue

Getting plenty of rest in between exercise and rigorous training sessions is a must for hormone health. If you keep going at it without proper rest, a whole host of adrenal problems can develop, such as “Adrenal Fatigue” which can cause adrenal insufficiency. This can cause the adrenal glands to be so depleted that they stop production of crucial stress hormones, such as cortisol and adrenaline, altogether.

Body Imbalance

Other hormones that can be adversely affected by too much exercise is testosterone in men and oestrogen and progesterone in women. It can also affect your thyroid hormones. Testosterone helps build bones and increase muscle mass. Oestrogen and progesterone controls mineral absorption (particularly calcium), fertility, moods, appetite etc. Your thyroid hormones control body temperature, mood, weight, and digestion, among others. You see how an imbalance of these hormones can make your body go out of whack? Hormonal imbalances can cause fatigue (due to sustained high cortisol levels), amenorrhea (which can lead to loss in bone density and fertility issues), a weakened immune system (again due to sustained cortisol), and abnormal heart rhythms.

Everything in moderation

The key is to do everything in moderation and to take a sensible amount of time to rest in between workouts. Your hormones and your body will be thankful for it.



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