Here are some amazing health benefits of drinking warm turmeric water every morning on an empty stomach.
Have you ever heard about how beneficial turmeric powder can be for your health? Maybe you’re like so many other people who know a little about ginger’s powerful cousin, but you’re just not sure how to incorporate it into enough recipes to take advantages of all of its properties.
One of the easiest and quickest ways isn’t in a recipe at all. Mixing it with a glass of water each morning can do two important things: It can help you reach your proper hydration levels (we almost always never drink enough water), and it can provide you with sufficient amounts of turmeric to help fight certain ailments naturally.
Turmeric’s properties are really fantastic. One of the compounds it contains, called curcumin has both anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant effects on our bodies. That means that turmeric powder is more than just a great tasting spice. It can aid in digestion as well as improve skin conditions. It has also been shown to have positive effects on menstrual issues.
To find out more about this common spice consider the following:
1. Antiseptic Properties
2. Helps Regulate Blood Sugar
3. Improved Digestion
4. Fights Dementia
6. Lower Cholesterol
7. Increased Immunity
To get the optimal benefits of turmeric water, try this recipe:
8 oz filtered water
½ tsp turmeric
1/4 tsp black pepper powder(optional)
1 tsp honey (optional)
1. Heat the water to just below boiling.
2. Put the turmeric in a mug.
3. Slowly stir in the warm water until thoroughly blended.
4. Add honey if desired to add flavor.
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