After ginger, the yellow spice turmeric is abruptly used in Asian foods. Now you will find lattes in just every trendy café and on Instagram. Actually, to some extent it is craziness of people with an ancient root. No doubt health practitioners are agreed that an ingredient called curcumin present in it have anti- inflammatory properties. On the other hand this inflammation is associated with metabolic diseases like obesity. When it acts on inflammation; it ultimately handles obesity. So have magical effects for weight loss struggles. There are many studies that recommended to add turmeric into your daily diet to reduce extra body fat.
No doubt turmeric has given a magical solution to our weight loss struggles in many cases. But the problem is we cannot say officially that it is—yet. One big reason is experimental history. All the experiments are done on the rodents, not humans. Last week according to Forbes a women was died because of receiving intravenous turmeric injection. Yes it was an injection that has wrong effect.
Let’s have a look on the recipe of Golden Latte:
- 1 cup plain, unsweetened flax milk (can also use coconut milk, cashew milk or almond milk)
- 2 Tbsp grated turmeric root, tightly packed
- 1 tsp grated ginger root
- 1 ½–2 Tbsp agave or other sweetener
- ¼ tsp ground cinnamon
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- ⅛ tsp ground cardamom
- ⅛ tsp freshly ground black pepper
- ¼ cup light coconut milk
- Grated nutmeg, to garnish
1. Take a saucepan and combine milk, grated turmeric, sweetener, vanilla, cinnamon, cardamom, grated ginger and black pepper. Whisk it and let it simmer for about 10 to 15 minutes. Simply strain it in a mug. If you do not mind the pulp then directly use it without straining.
2. Heat the coconut milk when it starts begin to heat remove from stove. Tilt the pan back to pool the milk on one side and make bubbles.
3. Put this milk over the turmeric milk and add nutmeg.