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Menopause Bundle

Loving the products, particularly the Brain Booster which has really helped clear the brain fog and the Latte Liberate which makes for a nice breakfast smoothie and I’ve not experienced any hot flushes or night sweats since taking this. I was grateful for the first few nights of deep sleep after taking the Spiced Halo but alas it didn’t last and doesn’t dissolve well. I have felt no difference at all with the Bitter Melon. Overall I love the products and will re-purchase the Brain Booster regularly.

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Bitter Melon
Neet Smith
Great product

It is a great product. I was surprised to see the 1 star review - it should be removed because that person didnt try it or bother to read the "how to use" before purchasing, so that review does not represent the product.

Glad you're loving the Bitter Melon! We like to be transparent with our reviews and that's why we have left the other one there, but you're right, they didn't try the product as they couldn't use it. Thanks for leaving a review that helps everyone decide if this is the right product for them :)

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Latte Liberate
Deborah
Latte Liberate

This is one product i can't do without. Sometimes you wonder if these things work or not. Well let me tell you, I went away for nine days, (didn't think 9 days would be a problem) boy was I wrong. To avoid running out i will subscribe. One less thing to worry about, in my busy life

So happy to hear that our Latte Liberate is working for you! Definitely set up a subscription as you'll never run out and you can edit your subscription at any time - PLUS you also save money! Win, Win :)

Amazing

I bought the Hormone and gut starter pack and I’ve only been using it for around 3 weeks and I can feel a difference. I going to the toilet a whole lot better. I feel more energised. The taste is great too.

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Latte Liberate
Tina Lujan
latte liberate

I have been taking this product for quite a while now and feel that it has helped me with my menopause symptoms.

Plant foods that are high in protein

Plant foods that are high in protein | kulture.store

Whether you’re a vegetarian, trying to eat less animal protein and animal products, or just simply looking to get more plant based food into your diet - there is one major concern. Where can you get a significant amount of protein enough to fulfil the recommended RDI of 46g (Women) and 56g (Men) per day?

Let’s face it, animal protein is the go-to protein source in every meal. A standard serving (100g) of tuna already contains 20 to 25g of protein - that's almost half of the RDI. You don’t need to eat a ton to get the recommended daily intake of protein in your diet. 

Protein builds a stronger you

Getting enough protein in your diet is very important. It is the main building block of muscles, tendons, organs, and skin. Proteins are composed of smaller chains called amino acids which are important links in enzymes, hormones, and neurotransmitters. If you’re not eating meat, fish, eggs, dairy, and other animal based products, your body might not be getting enough protein.

The good news is, there are a lot of plant based food that are rich in protein. Here’s a list of some of the richest plant based sources of protein and how you can incorporate them into your diet. 

  • Legumes and Pulses: Considered to be rich sources of starchy protein, legumes and pulses are easy and delicious staples in every pantry. 1 cup of cooked lentils provides 18g of protein. You can add them to stews, top salads, combine with quinoa, add to savoury loaves, or make “meatballs”.
  • Beans: Similar to legumes and pulses, beans are one of the best sources of plant based protein. They keep well once stored in a cool dry place, and you can do a lot with them. 1 cup of beans has 15g of protein. You can boil and salt them, add them to rice or quinoa bowls, add them to salad, fill burritos or tortilla wraps with them, make “burgers”, loaves, or add them into veggie stews.
  • Chia seeds: These seeds absorb water like crazy and turn into a gel which can help to naturally thicken food. That’s why they’re great for smoothies! A mere 2 tbsp of this has 4g of protein. Sprinkle it on top of oatmeal, make pudding with it, and of course, add to smoothies for a thick milkshake consistency.
  • Nuts: These snack-able, nutrient powerhouses have a high protein content. ¼ cup holds approximately 9g of protein. Be sure to get plain ones so you don’t get the extra sugar or salt. You can top salads, add them to porridge, use them in baked goods, or just eat them plain.
  • Soy: Soy based foods tops the list of plant based protein sources. A single serving of tempeh, tofu or edamame has a whopping 20g of protein! That’s almost half of the RDI. Tofu and tempeh can be stir fried and used to replace meat in most recipes. Add them to soups, salads, and stews, You can marinate them and broil or fry them.
  • Protein Powder: Pea, hemp and brown rice are all plant based and can be added to smoothies as well as chia puddings, oats or pancakes to create a fulfilling breakfast.

 



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