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How to Make A Turmeric Chai Latte


How to make a turmeric chai latte

By Reece Carter – Naturopath


They’re cropping up everywhere, in cafes and in the blogosphere: turmeric lattes. But apart from being fun to drink something that looks like liquid sunshine, why are we all jumping on the turmeric bandwagon? Simple, it’s nature’s best anti-inflammatory!

You can check out 6 amazing benefits of turmeric here

In this little throwback to my first YouTube video ever, I show how to combine turmeric with its cousin ginger, another great anti-inflammatory. Both of these herbal medicines have been shown to block something we call the COX-2 pathway, just like their pharmaceutical counterparts – but without the side effects!

You will need:

  • Fresh Turmeric
  • Fresh Ginger
  • Black Pepper
  • Cardamon pods
  • Cinnamon stick
  • Milk

The active part of turmeric is called curcumin, and acts directly on the gut linings to help relieve IBS and leaky gut. Add a little black pepper to help push the curcumin in to the blood stream, and we see it exert its actions throughout the body – it’s especially good for joint pain!

In my anti-inflammitea, I added a few of my other favourites to improve digestion, plus some black tea for a natural zing. The end result? Your delicious daily health tonic for overall wellbeing.

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You can find plenty of Reece’s other #herbnerd recipes over at his YouTube channel – and keep yourself healthy, naturally!

About Reece Carter - Naturopath

Gym junkie, clean-eating cook, gardener, and herb-nerd, Reece Carter has a Bachelor of Health Science under his belt and two years of clinical practice. Areas of particular focus for Reece include gut health, allergies, weight management, stress and mood disorders. Individualised advice his thing, and he truly believes that natural health needs to be aimed at the whole person (not just the condition) to be effective. He works extensively with nutrition and believes that there is no ‘one size fits all’ diet for optimum health. His real passionis herbal medicine. With a YouTube channel that teaches the basics, Reece has a big dream of empowering you to learn how to make your own home herbal remedies.

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