•Turmeric is the single best spice to take care of your liver, brain and immune system. It’s an amazing anti-inflammatory. It has so many healing properties that currently there are over 6,000 peer reviewed articles published proving the benefits of turmeric.
Health Benefits of Turmeric:
Anti-Inflammatory Anti-Oxidant Blood Sugar Balance Digestive Aid
Wound Healing Anti-Bacterial Liver Detoxification Reduce Joint Pain
• Turmeric’s key to disease reversal may be its ability to keep inflammation at bay. Diseases today such as cancer, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, high cholesterol, heart disease and chronic pain can be the result of inflammation.
• Turmeric has long been a staple in Indian curries as well as in foods like mustard but there are lots of other ways to eat and drink this spice. Turmeric’s is a great addition to eggs, chicken, soup, vegetables and curry dishes.
• Other spices that compliant turmeric include: ground black pepper, cumin, coriander, ginger and cinnamon.
• Combine ground black pepper and/ or oil to increase body wide absorption of turmeric by three-fold and release it full nutritional properties.
• Turmeric stains so keep away from your favorite towels.
1) Add turmeric to tea: Liquid Gold Turmeric Tea
2) Or purchase a wonderful Ginger Turmeric Tea from The Spice & Tea Exchange of Mequon
3) Add a pinch to eggs: Turmeric Scrambled Eggs are a great place to start because the color is familiar and a pinch adds a subtle flavor.
4) Toss with roasted vegetables. Turmeric’s lightly warm and peppery flavor works especially well with cauliflower and other roasted vegetables.
5) Try it with greens. Sprinkle turmeric into sautéed or braised greens like kale, collards, and cabbage.
6) Season up soups and chili or make a curry soup.
7) Add a pinch to a smoothie. (Watch the carb load in smoothies)