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Latte Liberate
Smooth sailing

I’ve been using Latte Liberate for about a year now. I’m 50 and it seems to have kept any peri menopause symptoms away. Without it, I get mild hot flashes if I wake up during the night, so it’s definitely working.

Amazing to hear Catherine! Glad to hear its working and thanks for the review :)

Latte Liberate
kim swan
Loving the Latte

I have had stiffness going on 5 to 7 years now, I am at that age over my 40's now that peri menopause may have been possible, I have nearly gone through my first bag and within the first 2 weeks I noticed a huge difference. My aches and stiffness are pretty much gone now. I also started taking brain booster as I did notice the brain fog, it has also helped me immensly, Love them both fantastic products

Thanks Kim for the review and letting us know how both Latte Liberate and Brain Booster is helping you - amazing to hear ❤️

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Linda Gormley

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Donna Barton
So far so good

Making a huge difference and is great in a smoothie 👍

Thanks for the review Donna and so happy to hear its working and you're loving it too!

Tea Tonic
Bec S
Another amazing blend!

This tea has been amazing for my sleep. I drift off much easier and more calmly and can stay asleep longer (I usually wake every 2-3 hrs) so I’m very happy and relieved that it’s helping! The taste has definitely grown on me and now I crave it at nighttime.

So happy to hear that our Tea Tonic is working for you. The sleep you get with this blend is simply amazing. Thanks for the review



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Carrot & Latte Liberate Muffins

Carrot & Latte Liberate Muffins

I cannot rave on about these enough. I was scrolling through the internet for ideas to create a muffin with Latte Liberate and came across this recipe which I changed to include Latte Liberate and the results were amazing! 

Super delicious and the house smells wonderful as they are cooking.

Makes between 6-8 muffins

  • 1 cup grated carrot
  • 1 cup Latte Liberate
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda (bicarb)
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup milk (any) + another 1/4 cup
  • 1/4 cup yoghurt (I used coconut)
  • 2.5 teaspoons of olive oil
  • 1-2 teaspoons of stevia or monk fruit powder


Set oven to 180c

Beat egg until white and fluffy.

Add sweetener to egg and mix.

Add 1 x 1/4 cup milk, yoghurt then oil.

Mix and stir dry ingredients together.

Add in grated carrot and dry ingredients together and blend with a wooden spoon. At this stage you will need to add the other 1/4 cup but I added in gradually to see how the batter looks.  If you've made enough cakes and muffins you'll know what its suppose to look like. Slightly thick and gooey. Without the extra cup of milk the batter is dry.

Add to a greased muffin tray and place in oven for 25-30 minutes. Mine took 25 minutes in a fan forced oven.

Check them with a toothpick to ensure they are cooked.

Once cooled down slightly, place on a cooling rack and store in an air tight container.

latte liberate muffins

Note: 1 cup of Latte Liberate equates to 16 tablespoons, so you want to try and divide the batter up between 8 muffins, that way you are getting your 2 tablespoons a day serving.

Storage: Muffins will last up to 2-3 days in an air tight container or place in the freezer.



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