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  1. Turmeric Milk – An ancient Indian remedy for sore throats has become the new hipster drink in the West | Quartz India
  2. Gwyneth-approved: The golden TURMERIC latte is the celeb-loved caffeine alternative that is packed with health benefits (and it’s so VERY Instagrammable, too)  | The Daily Mail UK
  3. Turmeric latte: how to make the hugely popular coffee alternative that’s good for you | The Telegraph
  4. The standard ‘haldi doodh’ that we grew up drinking is now the hottest beverage from Sydney to San Francisco! | The Times of India
  5. Turmeric latte: the ‘golden milk’ with a cult following | The Guardian US
  6. Why Is The West Fancying Turmeric Latte? | News18
  7. #FoodComa: How cooks around the globe are using turmeric in their kitchens | Vogue
  8. Turmeric latte, 2016’s drink of choice with a cult following | Straits TImes
  9. India’s Very Own Haldi Milk Is All The Rage In San Francisco And They’re Calling It ‘Turmeric Latte’ | India Times
  10. Great Skin—Inside and Out: A Turmeric Latte | Goop
  11. Does turmeric really help protect us from cancer? | BBC Two – Trust Me, I’m a Doctor.


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