Turmeric is one of the blessed things from nature to human beings. Turmeric is much more than a spice and is full of great health benefit. With its many uses, detox, lowering inflammation and supporting a healthy estrogen balance in the body. Combine the power of turmeric with cleansing chia seeds that help to pull toxins from the system.
Numerous chemicals and toxins that have been introduced into the natural environment can find their ways into our bodies through the air we breathe and the water we drink. All of these toxins become part of your daily diet.
Any substance that is brought into our bodies, either natural or artificial, has to be either absorbed by our bodies or eliminated, or it will become toxic in our system. If the intake of such toxins is more than our eliminatory organs (kidneys, liver, lungs and skin) can eliminate then we get a build up of toxic substances.
Pineapple Turmeric And Chia Seed Cleansing Smoothie Recipe
1/2 tsp. turmeric powder or small pinky sized fresh root
1 tbsp. chia seeds
1 cup frozen pineapple
1 tbsp. shredded coconut (or coconut meat)
1 lime, peeled
half banana*this is optional
1 cup water or coconut water
Put all of the ingredients in a blender, and blend until it`s smooth and even! Next step…Enjoy your beverage and feel the difference!
Health Benefits Of This Smoothie
The enzyme bromelain present in Pineapple is useful in digestion and ensure neutralization of acids. Bromelain breaks down protein into simpler form and promotes digestion. It regulates pancreas secretion to aid in digestion process. Besides natural digestion aids, bromelain encourages healing of wounds, reduce pain in arthritis. Bromelain also helps in treatment of indigestion and acts as anti-inflammatory agent.
If you are suffering from indigestion, you will get benefits from turmeric juice for sure! Turmeric juice eases digestion by increasing the metabolic rate in the body. This spice makes you free from digestive disorders like gas and constipation.
According to this study, chia seeds can help athletes “carb load” for endurance events, while increasing their intake of nutrients and decreasing their intake of sugar.