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Jarrow Golden Tea. Turmeric Infusion is a high-quality supplement in the form of powder, which can be easily dissolved in water or milk according to individual needs, and enjoy a delicious golden-colored drink. What is more, users of the supplement will take advantage of its health-promoting properties that facilitate the digestion and ensure adequate metabolism.
The preparation is based on almond flour and coconut milk, additionally enriched with turmeric and other aromatic spices, such as ginger, cinnamon or black pepper. "Golden tea" certainly deserves its name not only because of its color and a great taste, but also because it is based on a traditional Indian recipe aimed at supporting the digestive and immune systems, and antioxidant properties.
Turmeric is a plant belonging to the ginger family (Zingiberaceae) naturally occurring on the Indian subcontinent. It is mainly used as a spice, but its health-related properties are also known because of the content of an active compound, curcumin. Consumption of curcumin in tea with the addition of other spices strengthens its antioxidant properties.
Influence on digestion
A study published in the Systematic Reviews journal showed that participants consuming a teaspoon of turmeric a day supported the functioning of their esophagus and intestines, which was helpful in reducing indigestion. Active compounds in turmeric may also reduce the underlying problems, such as overproduction of hydrochloric acid or bile, and thus have a positive effect on the body. In addition, they may help to inhibit the growth of bad bacteria, stimulate the growth of good bacteria, and improve the gut ability to absorb nutrients.
Ginger is a China-originated plant belonging to the same ginger family as turmeric or cardamom. Its rhizome (underground stem) is a raw material used as a spice or medicine. The main active ingredient of ginger is gingerol, responsible for many of its therapeutic properties. Similarly to turmeric-derived curcumin, gingerol has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Reduction of nausea, including in pregnant women
Ginger has a large effectiveness in combating nausea. An interesting example of its use is a marine disease because there are many indications that it can be as effective as prescription drugs. Ginger may also reduce the feeling of nausea and vomiting after surgery and in patients undergoing chemotherapy. However, ginger will most effectively reduce nausea in pregnant women, including particularly troublesome nausea, occurring in the morning. According to a study involving 1278 pregnant women, 1.1-1.5 grams of ginger can significantly reduce nausea.
Coconut milk is one of the components of the infusion. It comes from white flesh of brown coconuts, which are the fruit of a coconut tree. Coconut milk has a dense and great creamy texture. It is especially popular in the cuisines of Southeast Asia and in India or South American countries, and the Caribbean. Coconut milk should not be confused with coconut water, which is found in green, yet unripe coconuts.
Supporting fat loss
Coconut milk contains medium-chain triglycerides (MCT). There is evidence that these acids may support weight loss, change body composition and have a beneficial effect on metabolism. About half of the fats found in coconuts are derived from the medium-chain fatty acid, which is lauryl acid. Coconuts also contain small amounts of other MCTs, such as caprylic and caproic acid.
In contrast to long-chain acids, MCTs pass directly from the gastrointestinal tract to the liver, where they are converted into energy or ketone bodies. This way, the risk that they will be stored in the form of fat is smaller. In addition, studies suggest that compared to other fats, medium-chain fatty acids may also help to reduce appetite and reduce the number of calories consumed. In one of the experiments, it turned out that overweight men who ate 20 g of MCT for breakfast, consumed 272 fewer calories during their lunch compared to those whose breakfast contained corn oil. Interestingly, medium-chain fatty acids may also increase calorie expenditure and fat burning.
In summary, Jarrow Golden Tea. Turmeric Infusion is a high-quality product with a wide range of pro-health activities. Perfect composition of aromatic spices stimulates the digestive system to work and warms it up nicely. The content of medium-chain fatty acids from coconut milk can help to reduce appetite and get rid of unwanted body fat. The addition of turmeric and ginger provides a potential anti-inflammatory effect and may reduce nausea in pregnant women or in case of motion sickness.
Due to the warming effect that supports the digestion, the preparation is especially recommended in case of digestive problems. It may also be effective in autumn and winter due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
Unlike coconut water, coconut milk does not occur naturally in a liquid form. The solid pulp is mixed with water in a 1:1 ratio to create coconut milk. For comparison, 94% of the composition of coconut water is just water. It contains much less fat and nutrients than coconut milk.
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|per 1 portion (13,5 g)||amount||%DV|
|Total Fat||7 g||9%*|
|Saturated fat||4 g||20%*|
|Trans fat||0 g||**|
|Total Carbohydrates||4 g||1%*|
|Organic Turmeric Powder||1000 mg||**|
Coconut milk, almond flour, organic turmeric, natural vanilla flavor, organic ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, modified corn starch (non-GMO) and Lo Han Guo (Momordica grosvenorii).
Contains Tree nuts (almond and coconut).
No wheat, gluten, soybeans, dairy, egg, fish/shellfish, or peanuts. No artificial flavors or sweeteners.
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