Turmeric is known as one of the healthiest natural foods on earth with its amazing anti-inflammatory properties. There are currently over 8500 researched studies regarding the active compound curcumin which is found in turmeric. I’m constantly recommending this beautiful spice (fresh or dried) to my patients, both as long-term maintenance and short term inflammation relief so they can reap the anti-inflammatory and other health benefits associated with turmeric.
Other benefits are:
– Improve brain function and it is affective in fighting Alzheimer’s
– Improve heart disease
– Alleviate arthritis
– Prevent certain types of cancer
– Natural pain killer
– Used to treat depression
– Antioxidant rich
– Natural anti-septic and antibacterial
– Aids liver detoxification and more
How to increase the effectiveness of turmeric
There are certain ingredients that can increase the bioavailability of curcumin – these include:
You can include turmeric into your diet by drinking Golden Milk.
This is a fantastic warming drink that is full of anti-inflammatory properties!
1tsp Changing Habits Turmeric Powder
1 cm ginger, grated
1 cup of milk of your choice
1 pinch of black pepper and Changing Habits Ceylon Cinnamon
Changing Habits Rapadura Sugar to taste
1 Add all ingredient to a small saucepan over medium heat and simmer for 5 minutes, stirring continuously
2 Remove from heat and let sit for a few minutes
3 Strain the liquid and enjoy your fresh golden milk!
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Yours in Health and Wellness
My Crohn's Doctor
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