Haldi-doodh helps us keep warm and boosts immunity, which makes it a perfect drink for the winters
You may come across articles recommending against drinking haldi doodh during the summer season. Let's find out the truth behind it.
Haldi Doodh is the go-to immunity and healing drink in many Indian families' homes. Heres everything you need to know about the benefits, when to consume and how to make it.
Give classic golden turmeric milk (haldi doodh) an interesting spin by adding the goodness of ajwain (carom) seeds to it.
While the western world is talking much about 'turmeric latte', we already have a huge connection with the age-old 'haldi-wala doodh'
Other than adding to food while cooking, this root spice can be consumed in several other forms - haldi doodh, haldi tea, turmeric smoothie and more.
When coupled with warm milk, it makes for a super-drink at night for internal healing, especially during the winters.
As per the study by researchers from the University of Tasmania, Australia, turmeric has shown evidence to bring relief from arthritis-related knee pain.
It may surprise you, but the timing of adding turmeric to milk makes a significant difference. If done incorrectly, you may not fully benefit from its advantages.
Rujuta Diwekar, who is a nutritionist of many celebrities like Kareena Kapoor shared some lesser-known facts turmeric milk, answered some frequently asked questions and laid out basic guidelines on how to really drink it.