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Vanilla Happy
Shauna Bell
Great product

Vanilla happy has helped me manage stress, get better sleep and reduce mood swings. I mix it with the protein powder and collagen and it makes a tasty smoothie.

Thanks Shauna for the review and so happy to hear that Vanilla Happy is helping with your sleep and mood swings :)

Protein Powder
Shauna Bell
Delicious protein

This is the best tasting protein powder I have tried. Creamy, a touch of sweetness and no funky aftertaste. Goes well mixed with vanilla happy.

So glad you're loving our Protein Powder! Thanks for the review. :)

Beauty Booster
Beauty Booster

Liking what i see when i look in the mirror, this 64yr old face is glowing, thanks to my new found friend " Beauty Booster ". How did i survive without you.

A wow moment!

On a recent holiday when I didn't bother taking my Latte Liberate with me as we would be travelling, by midweek I was getting aches and pains in my hips and legs which I hadn't had for ages. Got home and got a smoothie into me and after a couple of days no more aches and pains. Touch wood I haven't had hot flashes before or during using this product and now I don't want to give it the chance!

Thanks for the review Kathy and glad that your aches and pains are under control again with Latte Liberate ❤️

My happy start to the day

Great product has definitely helped me with hormone balance and feeling positive and ready to start the day.
If I forget to take it I definitely notice the difference it has now become a regular order and I get to save on the cost on auto order.
Thanks Kulture for these products they make a big positive difference in my life and I’m grateful ❤️

So happy that its making a huge difference - great to hear ❤️

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Soy To Help Ease Menopause Symptoms

hand holding soy beans, soy beans can improve menopausal symptoms

Menopause marks the time in a woman’s life when you stop having your monthly period. It can happen in your late 40’s to early 50’s. It is a normal part of ageing.

As menopause approaches, the ovaries make less of the hormone called estrogen. This causes your menstrual cycle to change and ultimately cease to occur. You will know when you have reached menopause if you experience a complete year without menstrual bleeding - that is in the absence of any surgery or medical condition that may cause bleeding to artificially stop. 

The change in estrogen production is what causes women to experience symptoms often associated with menopause, such as:

  • Hot flashes (a sudden feeling of warmth that spreads over the body).
  • Night sweats and/or cold flashes.
  • Vaginal dryness; discomfort during sex.
  • Urinary urgency (a pressing need to urinate more frequently).
  • Difficulty sleeping (insomnia).
  • Emotional changes (irritability, mood swings, mild depression).
  • Dry skin, dry eyes or dry mouth.

Some women may also experience:

  • Irregular heart rate (racing heart).
  • Headaches.
  • Joint and muscle aches and pains.
  • Changes in libido (sex drive).
  • Difficulty concentrating, memory lapses (often temporary).
  • Weight gain.
  • Hair loss or thinning.

There are standard options for managing menopause symptoms such as hormone replacement therapy and biphosphonate bone density pills. However, for those who do not want to go the medication route, there are natural alternatives. One of which is to increase their intake of foods that contain isoflavones. 

How Soy works

Isoflavones are plant based chemicals that qualify under the category of phytoestrogens, which are hormones derived from plants. They are naturally occurring plant compounds that work similarly to estrogen. One of the best sources of isoflavones is soy.

Soy is said to alleviate the symptoms of menopause by balancing depleted estrogen levels. There are countless ways to enjoy soy, but it is strongly recommended to get the natural, organic, and minimally processed soy foods such as organic tofu, unsweetened, organic soymilk, tempeh, natto, miso, and edamame. They have much more nutritional value than highly processed ones that could even contain other ingredients that don’t add value to your food.

Daily dose to help alleviate menopausal symptoms

Research suggests regular, moderate consumption of high-quality soy foods to get the most health benefits. One to two servings of whole or minimally processed soy foods daily should be enough to get the recommended dose of 50mg of isoflavones.

Women who may want to explore alternatives to hormone therapy and might not be comfortable with taking estrogen for prolonged periods - such as those who have risks of  blood clot, stroke, or breast or uterine cancer - might want to give soy a shot.

Latte Liberate with Soy


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