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Turmeric Coffee: Reasons to Include Golden Milk Latte in Your Diet & Quick Recipe

Chintu Das
Chintu Das
Turmeric Coffee

Turmeric, sometimes known as the golden spice, can make your coffee taste better, but can it also improve your health? Here are some of the possible advantages, as well as instructions for making your own turmeric coffee at home. 

Golden Milk Latte 

Consider starting your day with a mug of rich, turmeric coffee also known as golden milk latte. Take a taste of the surprisingly spicy, complex flavours of turmeric and coffee beans while you inhale the gingery fragrance. 

In India, turmeric has been used for ages as a health booster and natural cure. The drink, sometimes known as turmeric coffee, golden latte, or golden milk latte, isn't usually made with coffee. Instead, hot golden milk is made with turmeric, cinnamon, and ginger and is made with heated cow's milk. 

Using Turmeric And Coffee Together 

There are some evidence that coffee may reduce the health advantages of turmeric, however the fat in some golden lattes may aid in the absorption of curcumin. Turmeric and coffee are both high in antioxidants. 

Health Advantages of Turmeric Coffee

Turmeric with coffee is a relatively new trend. Individual studies on turmeric and coffee exist, but there is no evidence on the concoction's potential health benefits. However, combining turmeric with coffee might result in a powerful cocktail. Here's all we know about the golden spice thus far. 

Reduces inflammation 

Turmeric lattes frequently include ginger and cinnamon, two spices that, according to some study, can also help to reduce inflammation. The combination may help relieve joint inflammation-related discomfort and redness. 

Boosts your mood 

When you combine the antidepressant properties of curcumin with the stimulating effects of caffeine, you've got a drink that might help you feel better. 

Might assist with blood sugar levels 

Curcumin may aid in the control of blood sugar in persons with type 2 diabetes. Controlling blood sugar is essential for avoiding diabetic complications. 

It helps with stomach issues 

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) sufferers may benefit from turmeric (IBS). 

Turmeric coffee recipe 

Making turmeric coffee is straightforward. Here's are the ingredients: 

· 1/2 cup dairy milk 

· 1 teaspoon ground turmeric 

· 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 

· 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger 

· Pinch of black pepper 

· 8 ounces brewed coffee 

Directions 

Stir milk, turmeric, cinnamon, ginger, pepper, and coffee together in a small saucepan over medium heat. Use an immersion blender or a whisk to quickly combine the ingredients. Sugar can be added to coffee to make it sweeter. Pour the coffee into a cup and drink.

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