Can I literally call this recipe the new-age chai latte? This is a dairy-free, caffeine-free and refined sugar-free chai latte recipe. Chai tea is a rich, spicy and aromatic drink that has in the last decade captured a lot of loyal tea drinking fans. There are many different variations of chai tea on the market but the classic chai tea is usually a blend of black tea with cloves, cardamom, black pepper, and ginger. Black tea is the base of chai tea and is very rich in powerful antioxidants. Instead of using dairy milk, I opted to use almond butter.
Matcha powder is packed with antioxidants including the powerful EGCg. Regular consumption of matcha powder has been shown to have positive impacts on your body’s metabolism and therefore helps you burn calories and lose weight or maintain a healthy weight. Matcha powder is also very rich in fiber, chlorophyll and a ton of essential vitamins and minerals. You might want to give this recipe a try and you will be surprised at how delicious healthy matcha can be. Enjoy warmed or chilled!
Many of the common health ailments that you might be experiencing (if you are) can be attributed to a less than effectively functioning liver if you dig deep into the root causes. If you are experiencing annoying ailments, this Liver Detox Juice recipe is going to make your liver cleansing effort so easy and get you on your way to better health in no time. It will help stimulate your liver’s detoxifying enzymes to help flush out toxins and other unwanted stuff from your body.
‘Golden Milk’ has been getting enormous popularity these days — and for good reason! There are many healing ingredients used in this Golden Milk Recipe. However, the star ingredient is turmeric, which gives this popular beverage its ultra-healing benefits and its bright golden color. Most everyone can benefit from using turmeric in recipes and its an easy and effective way to fit in this ‘golden gem.’ The health-promoting effects are vast and worthy of all the merits!
Has a cold or flu got you down? Sipping on a warm cup of herbal tea may be just your cup of tea! Herbal teas used for cold and flu not only help to eliminate the chill but help to alleviate post nasal drip, sinus congestion, sore throats, and fevers. There are many herbs that help to ward off cold and flu viruses and can easily be added to this ‘best tea for a cold’ recipe. I’ve listed some of the most popular herbs you can add to this recipe to boost your immune system and ward off colds and flu. Happy tea time!
Don’t have time for breakfast? No matter how hectic your mornings get, there is one habit you should not fluff off and that is, eating breakfast. Research shows that regular breakfast eaters tend to lose more weight and keeping it off.
Kale is so good for you and is considered a super food due to its many health-promoting properties. Kale is descendent of the wild cabbage, which is why it is similar to other cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, mustard greens, brussels sprouts and bok choy.