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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

The thyroid is a small, butterfly shaped gland that sits low on the front of the neck, nestled along the front of the windpipe. The “wings” are actually two side lobes that are connected by a bridge called “isthmus.” The thyroid secretes several kinds of hormones collectively known as thyroid hormones. The two main ones are – triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4), they are mainly responsible for regulating your body’s metabolic rate and for regulating many of your bodily functions such as breathing, heart rate, body temperature, digestion and how quickly you burn calories.

Women are more likely to have thyroid issues

The amount of hormones your thyroid makes is usually well regulated. This is why it could be a serious issue if your thyroid doesn’t make enough (hypothyroidism) or if it makes too much (hyperthyroidism). Women should pay particular care to thyroid issues, as they are more likely than men to have thyroid problems. In fact, the risk of thyroid issues for women is approximately 8 times higher than for men.

No matter what gender, people should pay particular attention to the symptoms listed below. While most of these are similar to symptoms of other conditions, it should merit a doctor’s visit if the following symptoms occur together.

Hypothyroidism: here are symptoms that your thyroid doesn’t make enough hormones.

  • Appetite and weight changes: watch out for weight gain or an increase in cholesterol level
  • Temperature sensitivity: you feel cold all the time
  • Fatigue: You get tired more easily and experience muscle weakness
  • Changes in appearance: You have dry skin and thinning hair
  • Mental symptoms: You’re forgetful and feel down or depressed
  • Others: you’re always constipated and experience hoarseness

Hyperthyroidism: here are symptoms that your thyroid makes too much hormones.

  • Appetite and weight changes: You’re always hungry or have a larger appetite than usual. Or you experience sudden weight loss, even though you’re eating the same amount of food or even eating more than usual
  • Changes in appearance: You notice swelling at the base of your neck. You notice thinner skin, and fine, brittle hair
  • Heart rate and heat sensitivity:  You experience fast or uneven heartbeat or sudden pounding of your heart (palpitations), tremors (trembling in your hands and fingers), sweating, increased sensitivity to heat
  • Tiredness and mental issues: you feel tired, fatigued, or like your muscles are weak. You're experiencing nervousness, anxiety, or irritability. You're having trouble sleeping
  • Others: You notice changes in your period, and changes in bowel movements, especially more frequent ones

If you have these symptoms in clusters, visit your doctor and get a simple blood test to check your thyroid hormone levels.

Spiced Halo and how it helps Thyroid issues

Packed with medicinal mushrooms, Spiced Halo helps to improve autoimmune thyroid conditions. Medicinal mushrooms have shown to be beneficial to thyroid gland health, by helping to restore balance to the related hormones and cells (known as cytotoxic T cells).

Spiced Halo to help thyroid issues

 



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