Best Keto Ginger Turmeric Tummy Tea

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  • prep time

    prep time

    1 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    5 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    6 min

Best Keto Ginger Turmeric Tummy Tea

14 ratings

Whether you ate too much food, a rich meal, or just feel nauseous, this tummy tea will help put that pep back in your step! Ginger is a staple for upset stomachs, turmeric wakes up your metabolism and calms inflammation, and lemon provides some vitamins and flavor.

What are the health benefits of this Keto tummy tea?

Other than the benefit of relieving an upset stomach, this tea is full of nutrient-rich ingredients that may help improve your overall health. For instance, lemon and ginger can potentially boost your immune system and reduce inflammation. Turmeric is high in anti-oxidants and may relieve pain. Not only is this tea nutritious, but it is also warming, refreshing, and delicious.

Why Filtered Water?

Using filtered water in your drink is a great way to ensure your drink is clean and pure. Filtering water helps to remove any chemicals, heavy metals, or pollutants and keep your water as clean and fresh as possible.

What substitutes can you make for this Keto recipe?

Instead of powdered turmeric, you can use fresh. Simply simmer it with the remaining ingredients. If using ground ginger instead of fresh, stir it in at the end. As for the citrus, you can use lime instead of lemon.

  • Net Carbs

    1.1 g

  • Fiber

    0.6 g

  • Total Carbs

    1.7 g

  • Protein

    0.2 g

  • Fats

    0.1 g

7 cals

Best Keto Ginger Turmeric Tummy Tea

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  • Filtered Water

    Filtered Water

    12 fl oz

  • Turmeric, Ground

    Turmeric, Ground

    0.5 teaspoon

  • Ginger (not eaten)

    Ginger (not eaten)

    2 slice

  • Lemon


    1 slice - 1/8 of medium

Recipe Steps

steps 3

6 min

  • Step 1

    In a small pot, bring 12 ounces of water to a simmer with 2-3 slices of ginger root and 1 slice of lemon. Put a lid on the pot. Let the ingredients steep for 3 minutes, but you may steep longer for a stronger flavor.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Remove the lemon slice and ginger. Stir in the turmeric. Let it cool slightly before serving.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Pour your tea and enjoy hot! You can add additional lemon at this time. You can also sweeten it using stevia if desired.
    Step 3

Comments 16

  • UnbelievableAvocado574590

    UnbelievableAvocado574590 2 years ago

    Very nice, I could feel it working. Pretty nice taste

    • Teridene

      Teridene 3 years ago

      Ingredients list says water and turmeric. Then the fist line in directions calls for lemon, ginger etc.? Not good. Poorly organized.

      • Peppermints

        Peppermints 2 years ago

        I agree. What’s with the added ingredient

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous 4 years ago

      Very easy to make... perfect for warming myself up in the morning!

      • Marge

        Marge 4 years ago

        I make this with 2 quarts of boiling water add 1/2 cup fresh ginger turn to simmer for 30 minutes, I use Monk fruit sweetner 1/2 cup Very good for your digestive system. I peel fresh ginger with a spoon. Put in food processor freeze in 1/2 cups freezer bags. Enjoy!!

        • FortuitousAvocado529902

          FortuitousAvocado529902 2 years ago

          Love this about freezing ginger. It always goes bad before I can use it.

        • KClark325

          KClark325 3 years ago

          Great tip about blending & freezing ginger!

      • Marge

        Marge 4 years ago

        I make this tea but leave out the tumeric?

        • LizW

          LizW 4 years ago

          Turmeric isn't absorbed unless it's consumed with a fat. Add some coconut oil to this or you won't get anything but flavor from the turmeric. Or have the tea along with a meal that has a fat in it.

          • Peppermints

            Peppermints 2 years ago

            Great update of information, I didn;t know that.

          • IncredibleKetone362761

            IncredibleKetone362761 3 years ago

            LizW is correct, too. You can either use fat or black pepper to get the benefits of turmeric. . The difference is like you said. Black pepper can irritate the stomach.

          • LeeAnn

            LeeAnn 4 years ago

            I have read it's more that you need fresh ground black pepper. But if using for upset stomach then drink it how it tastes good.

        • Kelliriz

          Kelliriz 4 years ago

          Can you make a double batch ahead of time and keep it in the refrigerator?

          • recipewriter

            recipewriter 4 years ago

            Yes! You can treat this as you would any other tea.

        • Hayt

          Hayt 4 years ago

          Very effective...

          • Alicia

            Alicia 5 years ago

            I like it very lemony . I added pyure stevia for Flavor and a shoot of hwc was great