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Recipe: Yummy Inflammation Fighting Turmeric Smoothie

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When Hippocrates famously declared, “Let food be thy medicine…” he surely had Turmeric in mind.

Turmeric is a bright yellow root with an earthy-sweet taste commonly used in curry and Asian dishes. It’s also a time-honored superfood with powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory ability.

Over 3,000 research studies have shown Turmeric helps ease joint discomfort and stiffness, boosts memory, lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease, and lessens the symptoms of depression.

So, consider this your cue to spice up your meals with as much Turmeric as possible. 😊

Flavor your soups, stews, vegetable dishes, French fries, hummus, and even your smoothies for a kick of gorgeous color and mighty health benefits.

And lucky for you, today we have a turmeric smoothie recipe that contains all of the anti-inflammatory goodness of Turmeric, plus it’s super tasty!

Turmeric Smoothie Recipe

Turmeric and ginger are both anti-inflammation superfoods that taste great together. The mango and pineapple offer a refreshing sweetness that offsets the strong flavor of Turmeric and ginger’s zest.

Frozen fruit gives the smoothie a cold and creamy store-bought texture. This smoothie has plenty of fiber and protein for staying power that keeps you full through dinner. And it’s loaded with immune-defending antioxidants – precisely what you need any time of the year.

Ingredients:

• ¾  cup frozen pineapple
• ¾ cup frozen mango
• ½  cup Greek yogurt
• ½ cup almond or oat milk
• ½  inch fresh ginger grated
• ½ teaspoon turmeric powder
• 4 ice cubes

Directions:

Combine fruit, yogurt, ginger, Turmeric, and ice in a high-speed or bullet blender.

Blend until creamy and smooth.

Nutrition: 233 cal, 12 g pro, 38 g carb, 2.6 g fiber, 19 g sugars, 1.9 g fat

Boost Your Smoothie’s Immunity and Anti-Inflammation Power

Turmeric contains a phytochemical called curcumin, which gives it its distinct color, flavor, and therapeutic anti-inflammation ability.

Most studies showing Turmeric’s health benefits have used extracted Turmeric with high concentrations of curcumin or curcumin alone.

Curcumin only represents about 5% of most turmeric powders you typically use for cooking. Unless you love the taste of Turmeric and prepare every dish with it, you’ll unlikely get enough curcumin to experience its transformative benefits fully.

An easier, more manageable way to add Turmeric curcumin to your diet is through a turmeric supplement like Stonehenge Health® Dynamic Turmeric™.

Dynamic Turmeric™ is a powerful blend of 1,650 milligrams of organic turmeric curcumin complex – one of the highest curcumin levels in one daily dose. It also contains an organic ginger extract and fifteen milligrams of BioPerine®, which improves bioavailability, ensuring your body gets curcumin’s maximum benefits. 

Dynamic Turmeric has helped thousands of people, and it could be just what your body needs to help reduce inflammation and get you back to doing the things you love. (5) 

And here’s a quick smoothie tip, replace the turmeric powder and grated ginger with the ingredients inside one Dynamic Turmeric capsule (open and pour the capsule contents inside the blender). This way, you get the turmeric and ginger flavor plus a supercharged dose of inflammation-fighting curcumin.

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