Pumpkin Spice Latte? Dream Is The Healthy Fall Drink You Actually Need
We love fall. The leaves change colors, sweater weather nears, and seasonal flavors emerge everywhere. Yes, we’re talking about pumpkin spice. The ultimate comfort food, popularized in part by the Pumpkin Spice Latte or “PSL,” reminds us of warmth, coziness—and 50 grams of sugar.
50 grams of sugar?! Suddenly, your Pumpkin Spice Latte doesn’t sound so sweet. Instead, you can get your PSL fix at the end of the day, with Pumpkin Spice Dream, a healthy hot cocoa with no sugar added. Below, discover 3 reasons you should choose our delicious fall-ternative.
Hydrating Before Bed
Please note that Dream is not a morning drink. It’s a drink for sleep, which the Pumpkin Spice Latte certainly isn’t. Dream is also hydrating. Again, the Pumpkin Spice Latte isn’t. Coffee doesn’t dehydrate you, but it is a diuretic, which makes you urinate more frequently and increases your body’s need to replace the fluids lost.
It’s obvious you shouldn’t drink coffee at night or use it to hydrate, but did you know that there are studies asking: is water okay to drink before bed? Healthline recommends we “avoid drinking water or any other fluids at least two hours before sleeping.” Dream is the exception. A coconut base promotes hydration while helping you maintain healthy sleep habits.
Enjoy Natural Ingredients
Sorry, PSL fans; your base isn’t coconut, or even pumpkin. The sauce and toppings include potassium sorbate, sulfiting agents, and a nondescript, “fruit and vegetable juice for color.” Let’s leave that vibrant orange to the Jack-O-Lanterns and have a cup of natural ingredients instead.
Our original Dream Powder consists of 5 active ingredients (Nano Hemp, Reishi, Magnesium, L-Theanine, and Melatonin) that naturally support your health and wellness. Plus, they can help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up refreshed.*
Sleep Expert and Beam Partner Dr. Carleara Weiss, Ph.D., M.S., R.N., has also partnered with Aeroflow Sleep to educate us about sleep apnea. She explains, “Melatonin slowly builds up during the day and reaches a peak at night, which tells the body that bedtime is approaching.” The Melatonin in Dream can help coax you into sleep—a feat many sleep apnea patients struggle with.