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Golden milk: The magic drink that helps with digestion, weight loss and your mental health

 

When it comes to our diets, we don’t always have the time to prepare meals the night before, and often find ourselves getting energy from nibbling at whatever our kids are having.

 

So, what if we told you that an easy-to-make drink could help with bloating, weight loss and your mood?

 

Well that’s exactly what experts say about golden milk.

 

For centuries golden milk has been used in Ayurvedic medicine, and is simply made with just coconut milk, coconut oil and turmeric.

 

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While this may not sound like the most enjoyable treat, it’s not all that bad, and with a dash of honey, it may replace your morning cup of tea.

 

A glass of this a day could do your body a whole lot of good.

 

Coconut milk

 

Coconut milk is meant to be great for our digestion with tonnes of natural electrolytes and healthy fats.

 

Healthy fats don’t sound too good, but we all need them in our diets.

 

It’s also great for reducing bloating and even losing weight.

 

 

Coconut oil

 

Similar to the milk, coconut oil is great for your gut and digestion.

 

With healthy fats playing their part, it can also help increase your body's good cholesterol.

 

 

Turmeric

 

Turmeric is said to help the body fight disease, all the while helping with digestive discomfort.

 

Some research even suggests that it can help improve our mood and sleep - win!

 

 

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