Best Anti Inflammatory Diet Recipes! Turmeric Juices!

I love anti inflammatory diet recipes! This is a recipe that is not only good for you but it seriously tastes delicious! And lets be honest, turmeric is not the best tasting substance on the planet. So this is a recipe for turmeric juice that includes a few added favourites including ginger and lemon.

As you may or may not know turmeric is a wonderful elixir for Alzheimer’s so I look forward to writing many more posts for you to read and for you to have an amazing memory to read them when you are very very old haha! And of course anti inflammatory diet recipes are a must for arthritis also.

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Benefits of Turmeric

No anti inflammatory diet recipes would be complete without turmeric.  Now turmeric is a very powerful anti inflammatory, in fact it is a real anti inflammatory elixir! But you know what the really great thing is? It doesn’t have the toxic side effects that medication, in the form of pills, produced by the greedy Big Pharmaceuticals has. And I think you know my thoughts on the BP!

If you don’t then check out this article – Healing Prostate Cancer naturally. I take turmeric in a juice almost every time I finish a run and it makes my knees feel so much better and also my back. It is a totally natural support to the body and helps with arthritis. It’s anti cancer properties are well documented. It actually inhibits the growth of the cancer cell.

What is Curcumin?

There are a heap more healing properties but I will cover those in future posts. I have been using turmeric for more than 4 years now and my body has never felt better. The active ingredient is cucumin but is only about 3% of the root plant. Cucumin is not easily absorbed into the blood stream so its important when you are making a juice or anything else with curcumin and turmeric to add a spoonful of coconut oil and a pinch of black pepper (it contains piperine) to the recipe as it helps absorb the turmeric and curcumin. (For a history of turmeric click here)

Ok I know, you want a recipe for turmeric juice! I hear you. But before we start I just want to explain the difference between a juice and a smoothie. So many people get confused here. They think a juice is putting all the ingredients in a blender and turning the blender on and letting it do it’s thing. Wrong! That is a smoothie. To make a juice you need preferably a cold pressed juicer.

A cold pressed juicer extracts only the juice from the fruit or vegetable and discards the pulp. So you are only drinking the actual juice. A smoothie is where you put things like a banana, avocado, mango and some turmeric powder or root into a blender and mix it all together. Delicious but not a juice. I hope that makes it clear. There are lots of so called experts out there who don’t know the difference!

Best Anti Inflammatory Diet Recipes – A Recipe for Turmeric Juice

Ingredients:
4 inch piece fresh turmeric root (or two teaspoons organic dried turmeric powder)
3 inch piece of fresh ginger. You should be able to find fresh ginger root in most countries.
2 lemons, unpeeled if they are organic, peeled if they are not. (You can wash them in Apple Cider Vinegar if not organic as it will wash off the chemical residue)
2 Apples. Let’s not get too technical but I do prefer Granny Smith green apples but it doesn’t matter.
2 pinches of black pepper. (the pepper helps absorb the turmeric) and a spoonful of coconut oil.

Method:
Use a juicer (not a blender!) to Juice the ingredients. I use an Oscar Neo DA 1000 juicer and it does a great job! Add the pepper and stir well to combine. This can be stored in the fridge for no longer than 48 hours. Drink immediately for best results. This is a recipe for turmeric juice that really will heal you!

anti inflammatory diet recipesQUICK NOTE: Anti inflammatory diet recipes using turmeric need this! For a recipe for turmeric juice – Don’t forget the black pepper and coconut oil (or extra virgin olive oil) for best results. Do your best to use all organic produce. If you don’t have organic then invest in some Apple Cider Vinegar and wash your produce with it.

Breakfast Food

Have this for breakfast and I guarantee you will feel pumped up all day! It is the most amazing heart starter you can have. If you need some extra energy for the day add a beetroot to the mix. Olympic athletes are now using beetroot juice before running for extra energy and stamina. More on beetroots in a later post.

I hope you liked Best anti inflammatory diet recipes. If you tried it and liked it share this page with your friends. And please leave a comment below with your thoughts and tell me your favourite turmeric recipes.

And as always if you can’t get turmeric root or powder where you live check out Pura Thrive by clicking here or the pic below. Do you have any anti inflammatory diet recipes? Let us know below in the comments.

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36 comments

  1. My wife and I have recently become aware of the amazing benefits of tumeric and we have been enjoying a tumeric drink similar to yours for the last six months. Here is the recipe we use …

    2 CUPS OF ORGANIC COCONUT WATER
    ½ CUP OF ORGANIC LEMON JUICE
    2 TABLESPOONS OF TUMERIC POWDER
    ½ TEASPOON OF CAYENNE POWDER
    ½ TEASPOON OF GINGER ROOT POWDER
    ¼ TEASPOON OF CINNAMON POWDER
    A PINCH OF BLACK PEPPER (IT ACTIVATES THE INGREDIENTS)

    We are looking forward to trying your recipe which sounds absolutely delicious. Thanks.

    1. Thanks so much for your lovely comments.

      Its a great turmeric tonic. I love your recipe for turmeric juice too! I am going to give that a go. Glad you know about the black pepper. Let me know what you think of my juice,

      Thanks again,

      Kev

  2. Hi Kevin,
    Have always heard that Turmeric has healing powers but have never investigated. You sound as though you know what you’re talking about and that juice needs to be tried. Will be back for another visit soon. Thanks for the juice recipe ! You look fit and healthy and I want some of that. Hope to learn more from you down the road.

    1. Hi Roy,

      Thanks for that. Yes the turmeric is really natures anti inflammatory. As long as your adding a little black pepper and oil it will really get into the blood and heal. I add turmeric to everything now and have started making Golden paste which is a mix of water, turmeric powder, coconut oil and crushed black peppercorns. 

      Let me know how you go and if you have any more questions ask away,

      Cheers, Kev

  3. Hi Kevin, just got diagnosed with early prostate cancer.Doctor said that cutting it out was safest if cancer hasn’t spread.after reading your. Story, no way!😁thanks

    1. Hey William!

      Great to hear man! Do as much research as you can. Check out Don Tolman and start meditating on it too. Anything I can help with let me know. Its a mind, body soul thing this healing caper. If I can help in any way please yell out! Much love and healing to you 🙂

      Kev

  4. Hey Kevin
    An amazing and informational post!
    My grandma actually has Alzheimers disease so I might make this juice for her!
    You really do sound like you know what you’re talking about so i’m definitely going to come back to your website to check your blog posts!
    Thanks!

    1. Hey Joshua,

      Thanks so much man 🙂 Appreciate your comments. Yes let me know how it goes with your grandma! be really interested in the results. Good luck,

      Kev

  5. Hey Kevin! This is an awesome article! I have never tried turmeric before, but I love juice and smoothie nutrition, and turmeric is definitely an ingredient I will have to try in the future! The health benefits you describe in the article are fantastic, and I’m glad to hear that you’ve had such positive results with your recipes! I’ll definitely continue to check back on your site for new recipes in the future!

    1. Hi Chris,

      Thanks for that. Yes definitely worth adding it to your diet in some way and if you like smoothies and juices well worth adding turmeric.
      Thanks for the comment and look forward to seeing you back here 🙂

      Cheers, Kev

  6. Hi Kevin!

    This juice looks so healthy and tasty! I love it!

    I used to make ginger drink often. It is also very healthy and delicious. But never occurred to me to make turmeric juice. This is great idea!

    I just need something to boost my overall health, and I’m sure this turmeric juice will be of great help.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe!

    Enjoy the holidays!

    1. Hi Dragan,

      Thanks for that. yes a delicious juice for sure and so healthy and healing. I know you’ll love it!

      Enjoy Christmas 🙂 Kev

  7. I heard of juicing and smoothies before. Now I know the difference. Thanks for sharing a link for a juicer. I’ll check it out. I like the recipe. I think I can get all the ingredients at my grocery store. For now, I only have a blender to use at the moment. I’ve tried turmeric before. I was making ginger tea. It didn’t taste good. But I know it’s good for me. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Haha yes its surprising how many people think juicing is the same as blending! Big difference.

      Yes I use the juicer mentioned in the post and its terrific. Had mine 3 years now. Having a juicer for me is a must and well worth the investment.

      Thanks for commenting Jason, appreciate it, Kev

  8. Hi Kevin. I like turmeric and I think I will like your turmeric juice recipe. To be honest, the tought of using it in juice form never crossed my mind, ever. I only use powdered turmeric and in every meal. Unfortunately, where I live you can not get fresh turmeric. Is there an alternative to that? Thank you for your reply.

  9. Hey! I’ve been searching for a way to incorporate more turmeric in my diet! I had heard it was good for us. I put it in my tofu meals, but that was about the extent of my use of it. I thought I probably needed more to have the full health effect. Thanks for sharing your knowledge, Kev!

    1. Thank Lynne!

      Appreciate your comments. Yes putting it in juices is a really cool way to get the health benefits.

      Its an all round healing machine! 🙂

      Kev

  10. It’s on! Just had some fresh turmeric given to me by way of Grenada. Now I just need some apples. Good tip on the black pepper for absorption. Some ‘experts’ really don’t know the difference between juice and smoothies? Wow… I think I’m gonna try the cabala juice.

    1. Hey Aaron!

      yes buddy turmeric is the real deal. Let me know how you go my man. Appreciate the support brother 🙂

      Kev

  11. I was so happy to come across your post about Turmeric.
    I know that Turmeric is extremely good for you, and I have tried to find a way of taking it before, but I have always found it to be unpalatable.
    So to find your recipe for Turmeric juice is a real godsend, and I am really looking forward to trying it out!
    I will definitely be returning to your website for more information about Turmeric in the future.
    Very many thanks for your great advice.

    1. Thanks so much Chrissie!

      Glad you like the website. Let me know what you think after trying it. You can also add beetroot for extra energy and stamina. Look forward to you returning. Have a brilliant day,

      Kev

  12. I’m normally a bit of a skeptic about herbal supplements and such. My wife, on the other hand is enthusiastic about them. About a year and a half ago, during a hike with my wife, I began to feel very weak and had chest pains. I went to get it checked out, and it turned out that I needed to have a stent (or three) implanted in my heart arteries. I tell this because I mentioned to my cardiologist some of the supplements that my wife thought I should take. Turmeric was the only supplement I mentioned that he said had proven clinical benefits.
    I’m taking supplement caplets now, but we should really be incorporating it into are meals. Will you be providing more recipes?

    1. Its an amazing herb Joe!

      And yes I will be providing more recipes as we go. Good to see a doctor approving of it. Many of them don’t want to know.

      I hope you are 100% fit now and getting lots of turmeric into you 🙂

      Have a great day,

      Kev

  13. Hey Kevin, sounds like a really awesome way to get more turmeric in your diet! Looks like it’s time to pull out the juicer (and get rid of the dust hehe).
    When you’re making juices how long can you/do you normally store them in the fridge before drinking? I ask from a convince point of view because I’m not always able to juice every morning so wanted to know if I could make it up in advance and store in the fridge? I have some stainless flasks that I was thinking about using?
    Cheers – Amanda

    1. Hi Amanda,

      Appreciate your comment! yes it is time to dust it off haha! Its amazing what juicing does for the body.

      You can generally store up to 48 hrs. 72 at a pinch but it will start to lose some nutrients. I drink mine straightaway but understand some people need to store it for a while. As long as you are juicing thats the main thing.

      Good luck with it and let me know how you go 🙂

      Cheers,

      Kev

  14. Great recipe and very easy to make too! I have read about the benefits of turmeric and I try many ways to include it into my daily diet. This recipe looks delicious enough to be drank everyday, so I am gonna have it with my breakfast! Thanks for sharing this. 🙂

    1. Thanks Lily!

      Yes I have it for breakfast most mornings. Really gives me energy and I honestly feel great for the day.

      Thanks for stopping by and keep dropping in for more recipes 🙂

      Kev

  15. Hey Kevin:

    Thank you for the tumeric juice recipe. It sounds yummy!

    I already take tumeric as a diet supplement and use the root in cooking because of the anti-inflammatory benefits of what Hawaiians call ” ‘olena.” It is a known medicine from ancient times.

    I do grow my own ‘olena, mostly because the flowers are so lovely.

    1. Hey Netta!

      Thanks for the comment. yes it is delicious. I also add beetroot sometimes too.

      Thanks for telling me about ‘olena’ interesting. Yes it goes back nearly 4500 years turmeric. Amazing stuff.

      Thanks again and happy juicing 🙂

      Kev

  16. Wow! I am vegan and I often use turmeric powder in many recipes while cooking but didn’t know how powerful it really was. After reading this article I want to get as much turmeric as I can. I naturally make a lot of smoothies. I can add your turmeric liposomal to my smoothies every day. Thank you for sharing!

    1. Hi Michael,

      Thanks for your comment. Appreciate that. Yes it is such a powerful food. I have started taking it most days now.

      Just bought a large batch of the root tonight.

      Great that you can use the liposomal too. Its a great product.

      Enjoy those smoothies!

      Cheers,

      Kev

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