The importance of your gut health in fighting chronic illness
As I've already mentioned, inflammation is the culprit of most chronic illnesses – most of which begin as an autoimmune reaction in your gut, which later turns into systematic inflammation.
When inflammation occurs, you’re conditioned into reaching for a quick-fix in the way of over-the-counter or prescribed drugs like ibuprofen or aspirin. The problem with this is that in the long-term, taking drugs comes with its own adverse side effects. In fact, they can create a host of health problems independently, including depression
, kidney damage, stroke and heart attack.
But not all inflammation is bad. Acute inflammation, which is your body’s protective, localised response to injury or infection, is actually beneficial. When you’re in a car accident or feel your glands swelling as you fight off the flu, the inflammation you experience is designed to help restore your tissue function and heal your body.
It’s when inflammation persists due to an autoimmune reaction, allergy or other health complication, that chronic inflammation arises and can cause severe long-term problems.
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The ingredients in this gut-healing toddy that will help reduce inflammation
Laced with creamy cashew milk and healing spices, Lee’s inflammation-fighting toddy provides you with a natural way of soothing your body in a way that tastes great.
The spices used in the toddy are in fact renowned in Ayurveda for their ability to slash chronic pain
and inflammation. Turmeric, which contains a powerful compound known as curcumin, is one of the most significant. The healing properties of this spice are in fact so effective that they’re used in a variety of natural arthritis
Combining turmeric with black pepper helps your body digest and absorb the curcumin due to its pungent piperine content. Plus, black pepper has excellent anti-inflammatory properties of its own. Known as the “king of spices” its praised for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial benefits!
Another root that looks similar to turmeric is ginger; a zesty spice used in many Asian cuisines that you can buy pickled, powdered or as a fresh root. An exceptional anti-inflammatory, ginger is also great for treating issues like headaches, infections or an upset stomach as it soothes your stomach lining.
Cinnamon, another popular spice incorporated into the toddy, is a healthy sugar substitute with super anti-inflammatory properties, which could help ease swelling, especially after acute injury. Are you now ready to try Lee’s healthy, delicious tea that’s perfect for after a day of eating when your digestive symptoms are likely at their worst?
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Supercharged anti-inflammatory toddy recipe
1 cup cashew milk
½ tsp ground turmeric
Pinch of black pepper
¼ tsp grated ginger
¼ tsp ground cinnamon
¼ tsp ground cardamom
Pinch of vanilla powder
1 cup cashew milk
6 drops liquid stevia (optional)
2 star anise (optional)
Heat the cashew milk in a small saucepan over medium heat for two to three minutes or until just warmed.
Add the spices, ginger, vanilla and pepper, and then stir to remove any lumps.
Remove from the heat and pour through a fine sieve to remove the grated ginger.
Add the stevia and enjoy warm.
This tea is suitable for anyone, regardless of their digestive health. Enjoy!