The Sad Truth About the Turmeric in Your Golden Latte

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  • Published on:  Monday, July 30, 2018
  • Now seems like a golden opportunity to talk about the positive health benefits of that turmeric in your morning latte.

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  • Sarah Thomas

    Sarah Thomas

     6 days ago +1

    Yeah ok white people, us Indians have been eating it for thousands of years and have lower rates of diseases like Alzheimers for the reason that we eat things like this. When your population is fat and sugar-addicted we don't need your pharma-government paid research. We don't need your sales, we'll be healthy on our own. Thanks.

  • Bonnie Brown

    Bonnie Brown

     7 days ago

    It’s hard to take serious from a woman with a ring in her nose!

  • dee bee

    dee bee

     7 days ago

    Dude.. this recipe is Ayurvedic from over 3,000 years ago ... don’t believe the Fake News being spread today from “science”.. that’s normally funded by big pharma to make you think anything natural can’t do anything for you so you turn to medication.. ridiculous... if it didn’t work the recipe wouldn’t STILL be around

  • edgeeffect


     a months ago

    Turmeric is THE most powerful fart-inducer that I've ever encountered (seriously) ... oh and the smell of those farts (oh my gosh)

  • Asra Naveed

    Asra Naveed

     a months ago

    Turmeric half teaspoon mixed with olive oil has fixed my parrot's broken leg. His bone was broken and all I did was heat this mixture and massaged it 3 times a day on his leg. It worked wonders.

  • World Video's

    World Video's

     a months ago

    If i make some golden paste.. how can i eat it.. what can i put it on .. cheers

  • Dking Strok

    Dking Strok

     a months ago

    Good stuff. Include it with other healthy foods. Don't expect miracles.

  • Gabrielle Pena

    Gabrielle Pena

     3 months ago

    I haven't heard anything other than it may help with pain and soothe your stomach. But I have always used curcumin for bad headaches or stomach aches with medicine. I think it helps but it's not a miracle.

  • Check Out my yeezys

    Check Out my yeezys

     3 months ago

    I bet the FDA was behind those studies.

  • D Mac

    D Mac

     3 months ago +1

    Thanks for this. I was told that drinking turmeric tea would would cure my baldness, align my crossed eyes, and straighten me teeth. I'll stick with eating clean.

  • snailfiend


     3 months ago

    rats are people too, at least the ones that identify as people. this is so racist

  • wendy thompson

    wendy thompson

     3 months ago

    Gaining or improving health has always been a multi-faceted approach. Naturopaths/holistic health practitioners know this. There's no magic bullet, or pill for any condition. Conventional medicine thinks there should be (and is diligently "looking" for a pill cure, which they will never find.) They like to put down anything natural because it will cut into their toxic protocol profits (drugs, drugs and more drugs.) Keep doing these drinks, juicing, etc. It will make a difference in your health.

  • Auset Luceus

    Auset Luceus

     3 months ago +1

    Who were you hired by big pharma! I had a cyst on my head and after drinking 1 cup of tumeric tea my cyst was gone. I can’t stand channels that try to discourage miracles spices. Pathetic.

  • Zincy


     3 months ago

    Turmeric is just a tasty spice, nothing else.

  • Josh Burke

    Josh Burke

     4 months ago

    Couldn't concentrate on the video for the presenter moving their head around like a curious fish. Calm down.

  • shanya jacobs

    shanya jacobs

     4 months ago +3

    Don’t trust what she says...She’s some highly paid big pharma hack trying to dispel natural cures and remedies..

  • Prestige Prestiges

    Prestige Prestiges

     4 months ago


  • Kevin Walters

    Kevin Walters

     4 months ago

    The ad about turmeric not being useful kind of stole Scishow's thunder.

  • Leon Judge Artwork

    Leon Judge Artwork

     4 months ago

    Misleading, pessimistic and annoying

  • Film Maker

    Film Maker

     5 months ago

    I guess if American Youtubers dont think something is worth something then its probably not! Damn! Poor turmeric!!!