Thursday, June 25, 2015
Applied to skin, retinol is a beneficial cell-communicating ingredient and an antioxidant. #HealthyDoc
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Ongoing research suggests that bulking up stool can help bulk up muscle. Clinical recommendations include hydration, prebiotics (dietary fiber), and probiotics from dietary sources. A diet rich in vitamin C and magnesium and magnesium sulfate baths (Epsom salts) may help regularity, especially for symptoms following antibiotic use. #NutritionalMedicinehttp://ti.me/1MOBx7e
Friday, June 12, 2015
Thursday, June 11, 2015
-Sprinkle it on roasted vegetables. Turmeric's warm, peppery flavor pairs well with root vegetables, cauliflower and potatoes.
-Make a marinade. Combine turmeric, plain yogurt and lemon juice to marinate chicken for an Indian-inspired dish.
-Add it to rice. Add a quarter teaspoon of turmeric to the water when you're making rice to bring out the yellow color and enhance the flavor.
-Use it with legumes. Add turmeric to lentils and chickpeas.
-Sprinkle it on eggs. Use a pinch of turmeric in scrambled eggs or in a frittata.
-Swirl it in a smoothie. Add turmeric to your morning or post-workout smoothie.
-Add it to soups. Shake in some turmeric when making vegetables or chicken soup.