Turmeric Health Benefits and Culinary Uses

Turmeric Benefits and Uses

One of the spices that you often see on the shelves but do not think much about is the spice turmeric. I bet you didn't think that you could do much with that? Well you would be wrong about that! This spice has a ton of uses, both for food and for health purposes. The turmeric root can get rid of digestive problems, and alleviate inflammation. You will learn everything that there is to know about this useful root in this ebook guide. You will be able to get rid of inflammation and digestive problems with only one cheap spice from your local grocery store. Turmeric is also thermogenic in nature, so it actually causes your cells to burn calories just by eating. Once you start using this cheap, easy-to-get spice you will be able to get rid of inflammation, joint pain, digestive problems, and lose weight to boot! Continue reading...

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Curcumin and Turmeric Root

Curcumin, a bright yellow spice, is obtained from the root of turmeric (Curcuma longa), a member of the ginger family. Native to Asia, cur-cumin is one of the oldest and most cherished anti-inflammatory herbs in Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Turmeric root and curcumin are mild Cox-2 inhibitors but are not as powerful and not as dangerous as popular Cox-2-inhibiting drugs. According to recent experiments, they block the activity of NF kappa B, a protein that turns on inflammation-promoting genes. This effect and similar ones too complex to discuss here also suggest that the herbs also might reduce the risk of cancer. Animal studies have found that turmeric root and curcumin may reduce arthritic symptoms.

T Broccoli with Creamy Lemon Sauce

2A cup lowfat cottage cheese 'A teaspoon ground turmeric A* cup evaporated skim milk White pepper 1 In a blender, combine the cottage cheese, milk, Parmesan cheese, lemon juice, turmeric, and white pepper to taste and pur e until the mixture achieves a thin consistency, about 30 seconds.

Anita Fish Oil for Lower Blood Pressure

A friend recommended that Anita consult with Judy A. Hutt, N.D., a naturopathic physician in Tucson, Arizona. After a workup Hutt asked Anita to eat a simple, wholesome diet similar to the Anti-Inflammation Syndrome Diet Plan. Anita began eating more fish, chicken, turkey, and vegetables, while avoiding processed foods, soft drinks, coffee, and dairy products. Hutt also asked her to take several anti-inflammatory supplements, including fish oil capsules (1,000 mg twice daily), as well as ginger, turmeric, and bromelain.

Moroccan Quinoa

Moroccan spices, like turmeric, ginger, and cinnamon, combine with almonds and dried fruits to give this quinoa a delicious North African flavor. Heather Dismore contributed this recipe to keep your taste buds perky and your blood sugar stable. It's a great way to get started with quinoa if you haven't already discovered this amazing grain. 1 cup low-sodium chicken broth i teaspoons olive oil 1 cup diced red onion Vi teaspoon cumin V* teaspoon turmeric 2 While the quinoa is cooking, heat the oil in a nonstick skillet. Saut the onions until they begin to caramelize. Add the cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, and ginger, cooking until fragrant. Stir in the almonds and raisins until heated.

Stomach Pain

If you have chronic abdominal problems, make sure you eliminate the bowel contents two or three times a day. There are herbs that can kill enteric bacteria, known to our ancestors of various cultures. Echinacea was a treasured herb of American Indians. Goldenseal is another favorite. Turmeric can kill E. coli and some Shigellas. Fennel can also kill some. But a single dose of Black Walnut Tincture Extra Strength seems to do the most. Make it yourself if possible (see Recipes, page 543).

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