Exercise is definitely an important part of a healthy lifestyle and we all benefit physically and emotionally when we add it to our daily life. That is simply a super-fact!

 Just look at all these benefits, just a few that can give you the inspiration you need to make it a habit, regardless of the temperature or the terrain in which you live.


 Getting exercise regularly:

  • Grounds us mentally and spiritually
  • Ensures weight loss
  • Reduces anxiety
  • Lowers stress levels
  • Improves sleep
  • Lowers the risk of heart disease
  • Reduce the chances of strokes
  • Increases oxygen to the bod and brain
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Regulates blood sugar
  • Prevents diabetes
  • Strengthens bones
  • Helps prevent osteoarthritis and
  • Flushes toxins through sweat and increased circulation


 As beneficial as exercise is, it is also important to do it in a way that doesn’t cause injury to your

body! Whether you are just beginning, or a seasoned athlete, you must never overdo it, and always take enough time to recover from each workout, giving your body time to rest and heal. It may sound a little crazy to say that your body needs to heal after a workout, but no matter what type of exercises you’re doing, that is the truth.

 So, why is that?

 No matter what level you are at in your exercise regimen, those from newbies to top athletes can hurt after a workout. Pushing our bodies beyond their regular limitations of exercise will cause this pain, which is a natural result from making your body do more than it’s been required to before. That said, a little pain is to be expected, and is a good sign that your body is working just right!

 But a lot of pain, such as cramps, muscles that hurt a lot, or muscle weakness, is called muscle fatigue. Muscle fatigue is when your muscles are tired out from working and can’t perform the requested tasks at a normal functioning level.

 If muscles continue to be worked even after becoming fatigued, they enter a stage called muscle exhaustion. This is a crucial stage because if we don’t take the time at this point to let our muscles rest and heal, we can cause muscle damage.

These 3 stages of muscle response to exercise all involve the body’s response to stress, the dreaded… Inflammation. Dun, dun, duuuuun!!


 But here is where our beloved Turmeric teas come to the rescue. We are always singing loudly about how Turmeric combats inflammation, because it is the favorite secret weapon of many athletes and those who incorporate exercise into their daily lives! The reason we use it in ALL our teas and blends, is because it is famous for reducing inflammation in our joints and body systems.

 If you have overworked yourself during a run or your favorite spin class, or even lifting light weights, Turmeric will go to work right away to prevent chronic inflammation from settling into your joints and muscles. Plus, it will speed the recovery process faster. What’s even more exciting is that taking Turmeric before a workout can help prevent muscle fatigue and damage! This is great news for those just embarking on a new, or someone who may be in training for a professionally competitive event.

 So this is our loving health advice to you – make Taka teas and blends an essential element of your self-lovin’ health routine. They are all 100% organic, ethically sourced, and vegan.

 Also in the Taka Turmeric Tea range is our Turmeric Capsule – a pop of healing power, super-easy to take for those of you on the go. Click here for our online tea shop.

To your vibrant health, all year round!

The Taka Turmeric Tea(m)

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PPS: Taking any prescription medications?  Before adding something new to your diet for medicinal purposes, you have to check with your Physician to check for possible counter-effects.

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