Today I have THREE recipes for you.

And they’ve all got turmeric.

benefits of turmeric

Now we have 3 science-y sentences. 

Turmeric is part of the ginger family and its extract, curcumin, has been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects.  Some research is suggesting that consuming more anti-inflammatory foods may be beneficial for disease prevention in later life.  More research needs to be done on if a particular diet leads to low-grade inflammation in the body and if this inflammation actually has the potential to cause disease. 

Regardless of the mumbo-jumbo, current research encourages adding a variety of spices to your life.  Hello, turmeric (…and ginger and cinnamon and curry).  But today we’re talking turmeric.  Don’t get distracted. 

Now.  Turmeric tastes like…earthy, bitterness.  It’s true.  If I ever met someone who said they loved turmeric I wouldn’t trust anything they said again.  Truth.  But there are plenty of ways to add some turmeric to your life where you won’t mind the flavor.

First up.

Add turmeric to your eggs

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Sweet & Spicy Pineapple Guacamole \\
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Black Bean Naan Bowls \\
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