This delicious and quick smoothie is packed with nutrients, and combines turmeric with a touch of fat and a source of Quercetin for extra absorption!
‘Tis the season for warm, immune-boosting tonics. This recipe builds on a classic turmeric golden milk latte, but is much more likely to make a suitable stand-in for your morning cup of coffee thanks to the addition of cacao. While turmeric brings anti-inflammatory benefits to the table thanks to its curcumin content, raw cacao powder boosts the recipe with […]
Turmeric has amazing anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and gastrointestinal health benefits, largely due to curcumin, which is a highly pigmented antioxidant, giving turmeric also its signature golden colour. Aside from just turmeric, this recipe also calls for several food grade essentials oils (make sure they are food grade and suitable for ingestion!) for even more medicinal benefits to […]
Think comfy, cozy and luxurious with all the warm fuzzies – that’s what this Golden Milk Turmeric Latte brings to your coffee mug. But without the caffeine and boosted with inflammation-fighting properties. This recipe is perfect for those looking to go coffee-free for a while, or if you’re craving a warm bevy to help you wind […]
This winter massaged kale is filled with great flavors as all the toppings are within season. The crispy apples, alongside the soft persimmons and beets, adds a beautiful layer of flavor and textures that then is balanced by the earthy, yet sweet, turmeric dressing. Every bite brings a different mingling of fresh fruit and crunchy […]
It’s officially fall which mean it’s time to jump start that daily matcha latte habit. Matcha is great for supporting a healthy immune system, as it is rich in catechin, an antioxidant that functions specifically in boosting immune health. But don’t think that this latte is all about the matcha. It contains turmeric for its anti-inflammatory properties, […]
This is a divinely simple recipe, spiked with a little turmeric powder to add both color and antioxidants. The yellow mustard seeds are the mildest in taste, black are the hottest with brown somewhere in between. This recipe uses a combination of mostly yellow with a little brown. Once you have whipped up the mustard, […]