2 ways to sneak turmeric into your diet  

Turmeric has so many health benefits. It’s been shown to boost memory, relieve depression, reduce inflammation, and help fight against sickness. And with all the hype surrounding this bright orange-yellow spice, you might feel obligated to include it into your diet. And that poses a problem, because apart from Indian-inspired curries and the trendy drink, Golden Milk, there doesn’t seem to be many options to include it into your diet. If that’s the case, keep reading.

Even though turmeric has many winning qualities and health benefits, it’s not the most user-friendly ingredient to work with. And anyone who has peeled, sliced and chopped this root knows exactly why.

Turmeric stains skin, dishes and even pots a glorious orange-yellow hue, which is not exactly the look you want to go for. And this can be a big deterrent for many of us.

So, you can avoid this problem, without avoiding turmeric with these three products.

Golde Turmeric Tonic Blend

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Made in Brooklyn, New York, this blend combines turmeric, along with black pepper (which helps to activate turmeric), ginger, cinnamon and cardamom, for a warm flavor.

The blend also includes coconut milk powder for a smoother mix and a creamer texture. You can add this mixture to warm or chilled milk. It’s also tasty blended with sparkling water for a refreshing summer elixir.

Traditional Medicinals Organic Turmeric with Meadowsweet and Ginger Tea

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Made with organic, non-GMO ingredients, this herbal tea is an incredibly easy way to sneak it into your diet. Enjoy whenever you want, and keep some in your handbag for easy access throughout the day.

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