Want to upgrade your golden latte As we head into cold and flu season, could it be more anti-inflammatory? This ginger turmeric latte helps minimize inflammation in the body, is delicious, and takes just minutes to make.
Inflammation is part of the body’s innate healing response to injury or infection. On a microscopic level, it is a sign of damage to cells and DNA.Day after day, we can Fight chronic inflammation In many ways, including minimizing our exposure to chemicals, pollutants or excessive sunlight, and helping our bodies prevent free radical damage through diet Foods rich in antioxidantsHerbs and spices, fruits (especially berries), vegetables, dark chocolate, and nuts are all Anti-inflammatory.
The two biggest stars of this latte—ginger and turmeric—also have powerful anti-inflammatory properties of their own.
turmeric (turmeric) already clinical manifestations Used to fight inflammation and has a long history of use in treating joint pain.But it can work even if you don’t have a health problem Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties Still beneficial. As an antioxidant, curcumin can scavenge different free radicals, including reactive oxygen species and nitrogen, and even slow down the production of certain types of free radicals. By neutralizing free radicals before they can damage cells or DNA, curcumin minimizes the body’s need for free radicals to trigger its inflammatory response.
Just like turmeric, ginger (ginger) has been used as a tonic to support health for thousands of years. recent, Scientific research confirms The phytochemicals in ginger—gingerol, shogaol, shogaol, shogaenone—have anti-inflammatory properties. These bioactive molecules scavenge free radicals and minimize oxidative stress that damages cells and DNA.Because oxidative stress and inflammation can Trigger each otherkeeping oxidative stress low can control the inflammatory cycle.