About this product
The Pink Stainless Steel Bottle + Sugar X Pack contains:
- 1 x Pink Stainless Steel Bottle
- 1 x Sugar X
Pink Stainless Steel Bottle in detail
The Healthy Mummy Stainless Steel Bottle (750ml) is a stylish reusable water bottle that’s insulated to keep drinks cool for up to 24 hours or hot for up to 12 hours. The bottle is conveniently sized, it’s small enough to pop into your bag but also big enough to ensure you’re drinking lots of water and staying hydrated.
Reasons to LOVE the Pink Stainless Steel Bottle
- Keeps drinks cool for up to 24 hours and hot for up to 12 hours
- Capacity is 750ml to keep you hydrated
- Safe, stainless steel is 100% BPA, PVC and Phthalate free
- Tight fitting twist cap with silicone seal to ensure no leaks
- Easy to clean
- Tough and durable , this bottle is built to last a lifetime
- Eco friendly, by replacing single-use plastic bottles that pollute our oceans and do not biodegrade
The Bottle is Built for all sorts of Delicious Drinks
- Add a bit of lemon or lime and a couple of ice cubes for a super refreshing drink
- Blend coffee, milk and ice to make delicious iced coffee
- Use for takeaway coffees
- Wintery day? Keep your hot chocolate warm
- The Stainless Steel Water Bottle is not dishwasher proof
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Sugar X in detail
KICK SUGAR TO THE CURB. Sugar X is a convenient oral liquid spray with Gymnema leaf which has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to temporarily reduce the taste of sweetness on the tongue before eating to flick the switch on sugar.
The main ingredient in Sugar X is Gymnema Leaf which has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to limit intake of sweet foods by temporarily changing the way your tongue tastes sugar.
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Reasons to LOVE Sugar X
- Contains Gymnema Leaf which is traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to reduce the sweet taste recognition on the tongue before eating
- Contains natural peppermint oil and stevia. Please see full ingredients list below
- Breastfeeding friendly
How to use
Adults: spray 2mL (2 sprays 4 times per day) directly onto the tongue before eating. Maximum of 16 sprays (4mL) per day.
Always read the label and follow directions for use.
Key Ingredient: Gymnema Leaf
Gymnema is a woody climbing shrub, the leaves are used to make Ayurvedic medicine. The Hindi name for gymnema means “destroyer of sugar.” Gymnema leaf extract, notably the peptide ‘Gurmarin’, has been found to interfere with the ability of the taste buds on the tongue to taste sweet and bitter. Gymnemic acid has a similar effect. According to traditional Ayurvedic medicine, people taking Gymnema limit their intake of sweet foods due to the inhibition of the sweet taste sensation.
Each 2ml contains: Gymnema Sylvestre (Gymnema) Leaf ext dry equiv dry 2g.
Excipients: Peppermint Oil, Potassium Sorbate, Stevia ext dry, Glycerol, Purified Water, Maltodextrin
- Store below 25°C
- Quantity of goods 50mL
- For FAQ’s on Sugar X, click here
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Peppermint Oil and Breastfeeding
Peppermint oil contains an active compound called Menthol (the component that gives it its minty freshness) and there is some anecdotal evidence that in high doses, this may decrease breastmilk supply.
Peppermint tea is considered generally suitable to be drunk by breastfeeding mums in amounts of 1-2 cups per day1. A peppermint tea bag contains approximately 100mg of essential oil (with a maximum of 60mg of menthol)2, therefore, 1-2 cups provides 100-200mg peppermint oil, and 60-120mg of menthol.
The maximum recommended dose of Sugar X (16 sprays or 4mL daily) provides 4mg peppermint oil and 1.72mg Menthol.
Therefore Sugar X contains only a small fraction of the amount of peppermint oil and menthol compared to peppermint tea
- Contains Potassium Sorbate.
- Not suitable for use during pregnancy.
- Do not use if tamper seal is broken.
- If you have blood sugar irregularities and/or are taking medication to control your blood sugar, please consult your healthcare practitioner before taking Sugar X
2Kowalski, Radosław & Baj, Tomasz & Kowalska, Grażyna & Pankiewicz, Urszula. (2015). Estimation of Potential
Availability of Essential Oil in Some Brands of Herbal Teas and Herbal Dietary Supplements. PloS one. 10.