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With pumpkin spice season in full swing, you may find yourself rushing to local coffee shops to order one of these seasonal favorites, but have you stopped to read what’s inside your pumpkin spice latte? I’m not here to rain on your pumpkin spiced parade. In fact, the right pumpkin spice latte recipe can serve as an incredibly delicious and even healthy drink. The problem: you won’t find this at most coffee shops and convenience stores. And if you’re not drinking the right kind, these seasonal pumpkin spiced splurges can harm your liver and digestive tract.

In this episode of Ancient Medicine Today, I share what pumpkin spice lattes are, some of the most common problematic ingredients included in these drinks, a healthy pumpkin spice latte recipe to make at home and other fall drinks you may enjoy as well! Watch to learn more.

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