This full-flavored caffeine-free tea is perfect to sip throughout the day.
Instead of popping antibiotics, pop good food, herbs, and spices instead.
Turmeric, the ancient spice from Southern Asia that gives curries their rich golden color, seems to suddenly be the rage. And it’s not surprising since it is loaded with so many benefits. In particular, it helps fight inflammation naturally--and has antiseptic, anti-fungal, anti-viral , anti-bacterial and anti-tumor properties. Plus it’s great for brain and heart health. Try it in this smoothie recipe!
I love herbs and spices, not only for their flavors but also for their medicinal effects. And if I had to pick one health all-star, it would have to be turmeric, the spice born of the curcuma longa plant that gives curries their rich golden yellow color. It’s more than just a tasty flavor-enhancer though. The chief polyphenol in turmeric, curcumin, has healing and protective powers that make it a nutritional force to be reckoned with. Here’s my in-a-nutshell guide to this miraculous gift of nature – and how to put it to work for you: