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The Insider’s Guide to Healthy Hawaii: Healthy Ginger Tea for Digestion

The Insider’s Guide to Healthy Hawaii: Healthy Ginger Tea for Digestion

Sipping on this warm—and tasty—beverage can reduce inflammation and lower blood sugar levels.

There's nothing better than a hot cup of tea with breakfast or on a chilly afternoon in the office. But did you know you can make your tea work for you? This healthy ginger tea helps with digestion, inflammation and lowering blood sugar levels. So curl up with your favorite mug and feel the difference.

Ingredients

  • Mug of hot water
  • 1 ginger tea bag 
  • 2 tablespoons canned coconut milk (no sugar added)
  • A dash of each: cinnamon, ginger, and turmeric
  • 1 teaspoon coconut sugar
  • 5 drops of liquid sweetener, honey or maple syrup

Steep the tea bag until you’re happy with the strength of the tea, then stir in canned coconut milk, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, coconut sugar, and liquid sweetener. Then, enjoy your soothing, gut-friendly cup of tea!

This content originally appeared on Well-Being Hawaii.

Medically reviewed in April 2018.

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