Turmeric powder is an often underrated and underused ingredient. While often thought of as little more than a curry powder, it serves at as a brilliant detox agent. But specifically why should you start including it in your diet?
Turmeric is packed full of health benefits. From acting as an anti inflammatory, to boosting liver function, to even helping your skin’s complexion, it’s a powerful little powder.
The best way to enjoy it is as a tea. As unusual as that might sound, when mixed with honey, milk and pepper it’s delicious, and a great option to have regularly as part of any detox or diet.
Enjoy this infographic of why you need to make turmeric tea part of your diet today.
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Recently I read this article where it reads that –based on an updated advice by the American Heart Association– coconut oil is packed with saturated fat which can raise “bad” cholesterol and “is as unhealthy as beef dripping and butter”, say US heart experts.
This made me think it could be useful to have a very basic-quick chart with the recommended daily intakes like fats, salt, sugar and carbs.
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The experts often cite health benefits of both coffee and tea so how is one to know which is more beneficial or healthy? This infographic compares a side by side of the two popular beverages and illustrates the health benefits and downfalls of both so that the decision is best left up to the beverage consumer.
“As the vegan diet becomes more popular, more people are looking for milk substitutes. In fact, many of the people I know who drink almond milk or enjoy substituting coconut milk into baking aren’t even vegans. They’re people with lactose intolerance or people who enjoy eating healthy real foods.
I always warn people when they try a milk replacement to keep in mind that they have different flavors than cow’s milk. It can be disconcerting to try something and assume its flavor and texture is going to mimic the milk you’ve been drinking for 20 years, but if you think of it as an entirely different drink, the first sip should be very enjoyable.
Because there are now so many options for nondairy milks, it can actually get pretty confusing. If you became a vegan in the 1980s or 1990s, your only option was really soy milk, with the occasional rice milk indulgence. Now there are many different brands for dozens of nut milks, bean milks, and even grain milks. “
– Cathleen Woods from vegan-nutritionista.com
What milk do you drink? Which one do you commonly use for baking?
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