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Article: Recipe With Aloe Vera: Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Smoothie

Recipe With Aloe Vera: Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Smoothie

Recipe With Aloe Vera: Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Smoothie


Adapted from Loveandzest

This "Golden Milk" Turmeric Smoothie makes you feel good from the inside out. With only 4 ingredients, it's easy to prepare this delightful smoothie. With Aloe Vera and Turmeric, as the superstars in this bright yellow smoothie, they perform a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant action.

Serves 1 smoothie 


  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup frozen mango

  • 3/4 cup plain kefir

  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric

  • *Smaller than a tiny pinch of super fine black pepper



Add all ingredients into the blender and pulse until smooth.

*pepper helps to enhance the absorption of curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric 

Nutritional Benefits of Ingredients:

Banana: is highly beneficial for skin nourishment. It contains potassium that helps hydrates and moisturises dry skin, making it supple and soft. Banana also consists of Vitamin A that restores moisture which eases roughness from the skin and helps in reducing dry, chapped skin.

Mango: provides healthy skin with an improved skin tone. Mangoes are full of antioxidants which are amazing property in keeping the skin nourished, prevents acne breakouts. It also promotes collagen creation that helps skin elasticity, a perfect catalyst for promoting wrinkle free skin.  

Kefir: consists of properties like scrubbing, anti-inflammatory and cleansing, that helps in effectively managing acne related skin problems. Kefir helps maintain your skin pH that is essential in getting rid of skin toxins, reducing irritation and itchiness. Thinking of achieving a youthful glow and less stressed skin? Kefir is a go to ingredient for smoothie preparations.

Turmeric: thanks to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial benefits of curcumin, turmeric can help soothe condition-prone skin. It can prevent loss of skin elasticity that occurs due to long term UV exposure. Its anti-oxidative power improves the function of the skin membrane cells, ideal to treat stretch marks. When consuming curcumin it helps to activate the beneficial properties upon absorption.

Black Pepper: if consumed from a young age, it can curb wrinkles and skin problems. It also keeps premature ageing and dark spots away too. Having this spice in raw or cooked form are both good for you and it’ll most importantly rejuvenate your skin.

Aloe Vera: Alkalinity, hydration, detoxifying, clearer skin, nutritional boost, heartburn relief, gut / digestive benefits, boost immunity, reduces inflammation / arthritis.

Do check out the other smoothie recipes

and make it a part of your day-to-day diet.

Also, explore more of our aloe vera based skincare, bodycare and health-related supplement products. Plus the cleanliness related products.




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