Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Tumeric WATER

Workin' on staying hydrated but also find that your muscles are a bit sore from our calorie-torching workouts?  Try drinking water with turmeric!  This is a go-to when you've got muscle soreness and/or a headache - turmeric has many great health benefits, including being a fantastic anti-inflammatory!  

Give this recipe a try:

Lemon Turmeric Water

Pour a BIG glass of water (18-20 oz)

Squeeze in the juice of half of a lemon

Stir in 1/4 teaspoon of turmeric

Add a dash of cayenne if you want to kick it up a bit

Add ice and enjoy!
Goodbye soreness and hellooooo hydration!

1. Turmeric is a natural anti-inflammatory and has been proven to reduce pain symptoms and help chronic pain sufferers with arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
2. Turmeric has long been recognized for it’s healing powers by physicians and healers in the holistic community, however western medical professionals are only just starting to learn about turmerics benefits.
3. If you suffer from acne, turmeric is not only helpful taken internally but you can also use it externally by making a turmeric paste!
4. Turmeric root can be juiced and used as a pain reliever. Only a small amount is needed to do the trick.
5. Even chronic sufferers of arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can experience relief by using turmeric on a frequent basis. Use it raw for best results by sprinkling it on salads and raw dishes as well as mixing it into fresh vegetable juices & coconut water.
6. Clean cuts and wounds with turmeric, it’s a natural anti-septic and anti-bacterial.
7. Turmeric has high amounts of anti-oxidants that fight cancer causing free radicals, keeping your immune system strong. If you have a cold or flu, turmeric is one of the best things you can do to speed up recovery.
8. Even chronic skin conditions like psoriasis can be helped with turmeric. for a healthy skin regimen, make a turmeric cocktail every day for 2 weeks accompanied by fresh raw foods, juices and green smoothies.
9. Using turmeric in your daily or weekly regimen will help you recover from yoga and workouts faster by reducing inflammation and easing sore muscles.
10. Turmeric also contains good amounts of iron and other minerals so use it as a blood builder.
Disclaimer: Don’t use turmeric in excess, less is more. It’s also important to check with your practitioner if you have a liver condition as turmeric can be hard on your liver in some cases.


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