THE BENEFITS OF GOLDEN MILK
KATHLEEN K’S HEALTHY TRUTH
I have tried absolutely everything to help my insomnia to no avail. But now hooray! I have found something that helps me, and it is the Golden Milk. I can’t believe how delicious it is. I look forward to this wonderful “latte” each night. Thank you so much for this incredible product.
GOLDEN MILK FOR JOINTS
Golden milk supports your body’s natural anti-inflammatory 4 processes to help prevent and reduce joint pain.
According to the Arthritis Foundation, a 2012 study showed that curcurmin products reduced joint pain and swelling in patients with active RA better than diclofenac 4, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).
GOLDEN MILK FOR SLEEP
Golden milk can not only help you fall asleep, but can actually help you sleep better.
Turmeric is widely used for its ability to improve sleep quality and reduce anxiety 4. It promotes a kind of restful sleep that doesn’t leave you feeling groggy when you wake up.
The active ingredient in turmeric is curcurmin. Most turmeric products on the market only use 3-5% curcurmin. Healthy Truth Golden Milk uses 95% curcrumin extract powder to maximize the benefits of this incredible plant.
TANYA H’S HEALTHY TRUTH
Love this stuff. Started drinking it nightly with cashew almond milk blend and it has made such a difference in my sleep! Really love this stuff and already thinking about placing my second order!
OUR SIMPLE GOLDEN MILK RECIPE
ORGANIC TURMERIC ROOT POWDER AND TURMERIC EXTRACT (95% CURCUMIN)
Curcumin is one of the most powerful antiinflammatory compounds on earth 2.
Unlike most other turmeric products on the market, Healthy Truth Golden Milk uses 95% curcumin extract powder, which is the active ingredient in turmeric but only makes up 3-5% of most turmeric products.
Our Golden Milk provides 500 mg of curcumin and with the addition of black pepper, the piperine in the black pepper can make curcumin up to 2000 percent 8 more bio-available.
ORGANIC CEYLON CINNAMON
Ceylon cinnamon is called “true” cinnamon for a reason.
This ingredient is more than delicious, it’s loaded with antioxidants and has been shown to outperform superfoods such as garlic and oregano in antioxidant activity health studies 7.
Ceylon cinnamon has been researched for its medicinal effects including anti-inflammation, heart disease reduction, anti-diabetic effects, and deterring the effects of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s 7.
ORGANIC INULIN POWDER
Inulin powder is a fiber prebiotic that promotes gut health.
Inulin is found in superfoods such as asparagus, garlic, chicory root, and Jerusalem artichokes. Inulin improves overall digestive health, relieves constipation, promotes weight loss, and has even been shown to help control diabetes 6.
ORGANIC MONK FRUIT POWDER
Monk fruit has been beloved by Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries for both its sweet taste and medicinal properties.
Monk fruit powder is a natural sweetener with no known side effects, unlike artificial sweeteners on the market today. In its natural state, it is carb-free and sugar-free, making it safe for those with diabetes.
In addition to promoting low blood sugar, monk fruit is well-known for its anti-inflammatory effects 5.
DAWN V’S HEALTHY TRUTH
Golden Milk is a delicious way to end your day. If you love chai, you will love this! But, surprise! No caffeine! It calms the body and gets you ready for a great night sleep!
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- McDermott, Annette. “Monk Fruit: Benefits and Risks.” Healthline, 3 Feb. 2017, https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/monk-fruit-health-benefits.
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- HSpritzler, Franziska. “What to know about inulin 101, a powerful prebiotic.” Medical News Today, 1 Aug. 2017, https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318593.php#1.
- Watson, Kathryn. “What Are the Benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon?” Medical News Today, 18 Apr. 2017, www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318386.php.