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Wednesday 18 April 2018

15 Reasons to Start Cooking with Fresh Tumeric

15 Reasons To Start Cooking with  Fresh Tumeric

Are you yet to introduce fresh tumeric into your kitchen?  See 15 reasons why you should go get your fresh tumeric to be added to your meals especially towards lunch or dinner

1.  It is one of the highest in antioxidants content amongst other spices

2.  It is a natural antiseptic and antibacterial

3.  Great in controlling ailments like cancer and stop their progression
4.  It is a natural liver detox

5.  It is a natural Pain killer

6.  It is great for blood circulation and therefore beneficial for insomnia.

7.  Has long been used in Chinese medicine as a treatment for depression

8.  Speeds up wound healing and remodeling of damaged skin

9.  Various research is showing that Tumeric inhibits the growth and progression of cancer cells

10.  Aids fat metabolism and helps in weight management.

11.  Helps with Diabetes management

12.  Helps tone down blood pressure

13.  Great for Arthritis and other Rheumatoid bone disease issues

14.  Fights cold and flu

15.  Combats constipation and is a natural body detox.

Fresh tumeric is the trending spice today due to its high antioxidants, being able to help in almost every failing health condition as an immune boosting foods. 

Never forget to use just little quantity say one medium stick for a medium pot of soup or stew for the family.   Add ginger or black pepper for maximum absorption of fresh tumeric.

Tumeric is good for your your cookings, soups, stews etc, however those who suffer insomnia will testify that they slept better after a meal prepared with fresh tumeric and black pepper.

Fresh tumeric is available and affordable in the open market.

Decided to share photo of my tumeric in the picture for the sake of those who may say, they cannot recognize tumeric in the market.  Too much tumeric however may affect the kidney  just as we know that too much of every thing including the good is bad.  Moderation is the key. 


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