Today I have THREE recipes for you.
And they’ve all got 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.
Add turmeric to your eggs.