You might recognize turmeric from its strong presence in Indian cuisine. Turmeric–sometimes known as jiang huang, haridra, or Indian saffron–is the spice that gives both curry and mustard its signature yellow coloring. 490 more words
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I enjoy experimenting in the kitchen, combining ingredients based on their nutritional benefits and hoping to God they come out edible. Needless to say I’ve had some recipes that didn’t come out quite as expected though edible and nutritious, like when I added finely chopped vegetables to my oatmeal, now that is a story for another day. 856 more words
Health Benefits of the “turmeric curcumin” Supplements that is winning over Doctors and Scientists around the World.
Turmeric CurCumin has a long history of use in herbal remedies, warm and bitter flavor and a mild fragrance slightly reminiscent of orange the active compound in turmeric root, called curcumin (Diferuloylmethane Derivative), It is a natural anti-inflammatory compound and has shown anti-tumor activity in the laboratory. 44 more words
Waiter, there’s turmeric in my soup! I love soup! It’s a meal in a bowl – easy preparation, easy clean up. One or two days with a tiny drizzle is enough incentive for me to drag out my big soup pot. 1,004 more words
Turmeric has unbelievable health benefits. Years ago, I heard that turmeric was effective in combating skin cancer and prevention of skin cancer. Over time more and more health benefits are discovered surrounding turmeric. 68 more words