Importance for Human Physiology
Theoretically by consuming the correct amount of anti-oxidants we should live forever, but we don't. lol
Regarding to cook or not to cook turmeric – would adding a dash of it to a pot of herbal tea be worthwhile I wonder?
What happens to human health when DNA strands break?
When cooking with tumeric, remember to add a dash of freshly ground black pepper. it increased the power of tumeric by something like 2000 folds (would have to check some books at home to get the precise number, but it's REALLY significant – i think Dr.Greger mentions it in one of his videos from a few weeks back).
The people of Taiwan eat a lot of turmeric and are some of the longest living people on the planet.
Make some vegan ramen with homemade veggie broth and add the spices and herbs.
I brush my teeth with turmeric instead of toothpaste, soothes gums, makes them whiter than white immediately, and no doubt some gets absorbed. This has got to be the best way to use Turmeric regularly. People with dental or oral issues should try it.
INDIA NO 1 in Turmeric
..that's what I thought, but what about the Turmeric oxalates & kidney stones / calcification issue?
Okay- recipe sharing time! Lightly oil a pan. Add chopped onion and let sweat for a bit, then add some chopped ginger, garlic, turmeric and a good measure of chopped kale- a fist and a half per serving. Stirfry briefly, then add some unsweetened nut milk ( a sub for coconut milk) and a bit of tomato paste. Simmer for 7 minutes or so. Serve over brown rice.
Turmeric always seems to be in the best foods to eat like greens. I've never heard anything bad about it.
So GLAD he addressed raw vs. cooked turmeric…I recently came upon an abundance of fresh turmeric at my local Asian Food store…YES!!!! AND I always have powdered turmeric on my shelf in the spice cabinet. I've been shredding up the fresh turmeric into my leafy green salads…will make sure to cook it in a soup or stew now too! WOOT!!!
Yet another really good reason to eat turmeric. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
Yes @Edith Spencer turmeric, garlic, ginger, and a little bit of fat sounds like The fountain of youth!
I absolutely love your videos; thanks!
Pumpkin from a can, cranberries from the freezer, pumpkin spice (with nutmeg?) from a tin, milk from a cartoon, but hey don't use that evaporated cane juice from a bag! It´s too sweet!
20% ???????? soya milk = GMOs ..naa….. how about free range non pasteurized grass fed milk with organic turmeric
Soy milk wrecks the GI tract, any info there? See the Dirt DR. site out of TX.
I can't find two people who agree about soy milk. I've heard that fermented soy products (like tempeh) somehow take care of whatever is wrong with processed soy. I'm so confused.
I heard that garlic and ginger have some substance that boost our memory DNA that can prevent our future kids to get the same sickneses we have conqured.
how about garlic????
How much heat are you talking about when you say heat treated? Is steeping it in hot tea sufficient?
Common sense. Herbs are natures medicine and have highest ORAC value of all known foods.
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