1 cup natural almond mylk
2 dates (You can also purchase almond mylk already sweetened with dates to save adding your own)
1tbsp ground turmeric
1tsp ground cinnamon
1/2tsp ground ginger
1/4tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp black pepper
In a blender, add the dates & almond mylk. Blitz until the dates are no longer noticable.
Add the remaining ingredients & blitz again on low speed or whisk in with a fork.
Have in a shot glass daily or warm on low heat in a saucepan for a nice winters drink.
Almonds/ Almond mylk:
My favourite nut! Contains good fats, helping to lower LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol), whilst increasing HDL (good cholesterol). Vitamin E, a great antioxidant, very important for skin cell integrity. Almonds are also packed with B vitamins & a considerable amount of minerals, phytochemicals & antioxidants, which can play a role in reducing inflammation.
Has huuugee anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, antioxidant & cardio protective benefits. It helps with cleansing your system & helps to support liver detoxification.
Helps make Curcumin (the active constituent of turmeric) more bio-available, enhancing its absorption!
For a bit of a ZING. This will get youhr digestive system flowing. It stimulates digestion & can enhance blood circulation. It contains important antioxidant qualities, which help with free radical damage & can aid in detoxification.
Has anti-inflammatory properties. A great cold & flu combatting tool & can increase digestion & stimulate circulation.
Loaded with polyphenols (powerful antioxidants), a great metabolism booster, has anti-inflammatory properties and can help with fungal & bacterial infections. Cinnamon can also help curb sugarf cravings & can assist to balance blood sugar levels.
Not just a deliciously sweet snack. For a small fruit, dates contain a huge amount of beneficial vitamins & minerals. Some of these being: Thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin A & vitamin K. Some of the important minerals contained are: Calcium, potassium, magnesium & Zinc.