8 ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRINKS | to enjoy for health & wellness

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These anti-inflammatory drinks are an easy, delicious, and natural way to fight inflammation. Not only are they packed with antioxidants and nutrients, but they come in an array of vibrant colors and flavors that will give your immune system the boost it needs. 

From teas (including turmeric tea and elderberry tea), to smoothies (blueberry smoothie, turmeric smoothie, and carrot beet smoothie), juices (green juice), and tonics (jamu and ginger shot!), there’s something for everyone. I promise you’ll love these immune-boosting drinks, and not only do they taste great, but they make you feel great! Who doesn’t love that?

Enjoy these drinks along with my previously recommended anti-inflammatory foods as part of a healthy diet. Create a foundation of health and wellness for your body!

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  1. Thanks for sharing I love fresh juice and smoothies. Now I can try something different from what I’ve been using for the last few years.

  2. Now you know why we Indians pour so much turmeric ,ginger,garlic other spices in our foods . But American junk food corporation are changing these habits through their propaganda (ads) and making people sick .

  3. Juicing is fine, but I've found that our stomachs were made to break these things down from their natural form. Our intestinal tract is quite long and is fashioned to extract certain qualities from our food in certain locations throughout the length of it.

  4. Hi Lisa Just printed these 10 anti-inflammatory drinks and will try them all for sure. I know some will not agree with me (or me with them) but I'll give it a chance. I'm 65 and retiering next year and want to at least give me a chance to enjoy the next chapter of my life. I will even embarq my husband (70) in this journey (if he wishes to). We probably won't enjoy or savor the same drinks but it will be nice to at least try 😀
    Take care!

  5. Too much healthy stuff ain’t good for you. Add some corn syrup and saturated fats to these recipes for maximum health benefits.

  6. Yes you are right , In Indonesia we call it jamu.. our traditional drinks, full of benefits for health…
    Actually Our jamu (herbal medicine) has a lot of variants and uses, based on the ingredients ….. we have kunyit asem (like as you made), beras kencur, empon empon, wedang uwuh, temulawak etc.
    try add press lemongrass, cloves, cinnamon, and javanese coconut sugar.. for more benefits

  7. Basically ginger lemon and turmeric are the main anti inflammatory products. Turmeric has to be combined with black pepper for better absorption. This concoction with honey is used to cure sore throat and cough.

  8. Flax seeds, Ginger, & tamerac root; bananas, blueberrys, lemons limes, apples, banana, orange, celery cucumber, spinach, carrots, beets.

  9. Great healthy recipes but putting honeynor lemon in a bowling water because both honey and lemon lose all the vitamins but it is also bad for us. It's a recent study that hasn't been known before. However, lemon and or honey may be added once the liquid is at least warm.

  10. friend told me about the ABCs way back and told me about the health benefits. At the very least, I'd recommend Apple Beets Carrots to people. Aside from that, you're better off eating your fruits and veggies instead of throwing away all of the fiber or spiking your insulin from the mass sugar all at once.

  11. I’ve begun my weight loss journey today and I’m glad I found your channel. I’m currently 165.347 pounds and I hope in a month I can share my desired weight.

  12. I wanted to note in case people are watching and aren't aware. if you have autoimmune diseases (I don't think it applies to celiac disease though) but other ones like RA, Lupus etc, avoid the elderberry as this is not recommended for us and it can worsen autoimmune activity since it stimulates the immune system. Same with melatonin.

  13. As a breakfast drink, I often sprinkle a little turmeric powder and black pepper into water, then heat it in the microwave for about 2 minutes. This makes a tasty anti-inflammatory tea.

    If you want, you can also add ginger, cinnamon, etc., and / or mix any of those ingredients with coffee. But the turmeric power / black pepper is super cheap, can hardly be easier, and it works.

  14. I Will def give this a try. After suffering a stroke about a yr ago, I have stopped progressing in my therapy. Was told anti-inflammatory might just give me a "boost" and science agrees. I admit my diet is lacking now, but I could learn to love it!

  15. Hi Lisa…instead of one cup of fresh Turmeric , can i use Turmeric Powder?if yes than how much Turmeric Powder for 4 Cups of Coconut Water??thank you

  16. Great advice. I’m going to try every recipe. I have a nama j2 juicer and a powerful blender. So I’m going to do both juice and smoothie 😇😀😋😋

  17. Is there a healthy sub for coconut water? I know regular water isn’t as healthy but I’m allergic to coconut

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