Apr 16, 2012

Instant Turmeric

Have you ever tried this healthy drink? Just mix one spoonful of it with a glass of hot water; then it’s ready to drink. This product is already added with white sugar. For me it’s too sweet one, therefore I don’t drink it often.

According to vegetarian-nutrition.info, the yellow-orange color of turmeric is derived from curcumin, a bright yellow, phenolic pigment. Curcumin is an antioxidant which is considerably more powerful than vitamin E. It has anti-mutagenic activity, as well as the ability to inhibit the growth of certain cancers. The latest research shows that turmeric can suppress the development of stomach, breast, colon, lung and skin tumors.

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Kim, USA said...

Is turmeric made of ginger? I would love to try that too. ^_^ Gonna look it here in the store. ^_^ Kindly delete the first post, thanks!


Liz said...

Very informative post. I've never tried it and I don't think I've seen this around here.

@Kim, turmeric is also ginger and we call it luyang dilaw.

Have a fabulous week.

Liz @ MLC

tutorial blog said...

instan turmeric? this is the first time i heard it,, hehehe
another herbal product,,

Eden said...

I would love to try it. thanks for the info.

Leah H. said...

Haven't tried yet:(

Visiting for MYM- hope you can stop by:)


Jessica said...

an exotic drink, worth trying for...

Dropping by from MYM


sweetlady said...

A year ago, I learned about turmeric with curcumin. After that, I've started adding it in most of my recipe. I didn't know though that it can be served as a drink. I might give it a try.

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