Turmeric Tea: A boon for hypothyroidism


Turmeric (Curcuma longa), which is a bright yellow spice used throughout Asia for centuries, has also been embraced by the West, in recent decades, not only for its ability to satisfy taste buds and color for curries, but also to impress. list of health benefits.

Turmeric tea


Turmeric Tea, brewed using grated turmeric root, is considered the most effective way to consume this magical spice. Based on existing research, there are no specific recommendations for turmeric intake, but most studies support 400 to 600 milligrams of turmeric powder three days a day is safe.

Turmeric Tea Recipe


Ingredients for Turmeric Tea

  1. 4 glasses of water
  2. Turmeric Root or Turmeric Powder.
  3. Ginger chunks - 1 inch long.
  4. Black Pepper or Cinnamon
  5. lemon

Turmeric Tea Recipe

Following are the steps for turmeric tea are:

  • Boil 4 cups of water.
  • Add 1 to 2 teaspoons of turmeric powder, grated, turmeric root or powder.
  • let the mixture boil for about 10 minutes
  • add 2 to 3 grated black pepper powder.
  • Strain the tea into a cup and let it cool for 5 minutes.
  • add a spoonful of virgin olive oil or desi ghee.
  • 2 - 3 drops of lemon can also be added.

Benefits of Turmeric Tea Ingredients


Benefits of turmeric tea

1. Turmeric Root/or Turmeric Powder: Grated Turmeric root or turmeric powder is a wonder spice that has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties due to the bioactive compound CURCUMIN, which acts on the thyroid gland to reduce inflammation and facilitate its normal function in the body. Curcumin also controls thyroid side effects on the Gastro-intestinal system.

2. Ginger: Ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory which reduces inflammation of the thyroid gland and maintains efficient use of the Thyroid Gland. When ginger and turmeric root are used in combination, it helps increase the body's metabolism, the basic function of thyroid hormones.

3. Black Pepper: In general, bio-curcumin compounds are poorly absorbed, rapidly metabolized, and quickly eliminated by the digestive tract. Certain substances like black pepper, which contain a compound called piperine, increase the bioavailability of curcumin and thereby increase its absorption and utilization in your body, thereby maintaining the normal functioning of the thyroid gland.

4. Lemon: It is the richest source of Vitamin C, which helps in fat metabolism. It can also reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.

5. Virgin Olive Oil or Ghee: The introduction of good fats in turmeric tea, helps the absorption of turmeric's bio-active compound Curcumin.

Nutritional Value of Turmeric Tea


According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Nutrient Database, one tablespoon (tbsp) of turmeric powder contains:

  • 29 calories
  • 0.91 gram (g) protein
  • 0.31 g fat
  • 6.31 g carbohydrates
  • 2.1 g fiber
  • 0.3 grams of sugar

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