Everything Turmeric

Everything Turmeric

After my cancer ordeal, I was on a mission to discover every superfood and superingredient possible to incorporate into my diet. It literally took only moments after I started researching before I learned about the benefits of turmeric. Not only does this spice add a delicious flavor to foods, but it is known to have amazing health benefits.

Turmeric has been around for thousands of years and is known to boost immunity. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help with a multitude of health concerns, from fibromyalgia to arthritis to headaches - but it also has cancer-fighting properties! I now include a reasonable dose of turmeric in my diet every day. My main goal is to boost my immune system and improve liver function, and everyday I'm meeting these goals.

Since turmeric has been shown to help improve the regulation of blood sugar and rid the liver of toxins, people have reported that using it regularly also helps maintain a healthy weight. My sister actually uses it to help control her rheumatoid arthritis symptoms and she is very pleased with the results. I add it to salads, vegetables, poultry and fish dishes, and especially to my NutriBlasts.

I would like to share one delicious recipe that Chef John Gregory-Smith recently published. It makes a great drink any time of day, but it is especially great in the morning to give your metabolism a boost.

Note: I prefer coconut water instead of the almond milk, but it does make for a thinner consistency.

Banana Mango Turmeric Blast

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Comments
Comment by melwell14
August 22, 2014
turmeric need pepper with it so turmeric, will be absorbed.
Comment by gavinam
January 29, 2014
I have heard a lot about the benefits of Turmeric, and especially for arthritic pain. A I have recently started feeling achy joints, I took tablets for a month. I then found actual Turmeric root at my grocery store, like slender ginger root. I now put a small piece into my smoothy every day. I swear my joint pain is no longer bothering me.
Comment by Wullie
January 04, 2014
Reading Shari packs article reminds a bit like myself. Since being diagnosed hepititus c few months past ive made concise effort to help my virus through eating more fruits, veg ,& nurse & seeds etc, can only be good thing. The Nutribullet has been and leading tool in my health kick. Im finding myself eating foods id hardly heard of never mind consumed. I would be forever grateful if any members new of tips to boost my liver function, ill be doing the tumeric without a doubt . Also the hepititus has me aneamic(low hemaglobin) any tips much appreciated folks. Ps... Sorry for any spelling errors W. Walker . Ayrshire, Scotland
Reply by fireflynoctopi
February 22, 2014
Hi there...being a vegetarian, I was always told my health field personnel to eat raisins for boosting iron in the blood. I feel like I'm giving you last centuries news, so I would definitely Google more info on your issue's remedies ;)
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