Curcumin – The Active Ingredient of the anti-inflammatory spice Turmeric!
Curcumin is a fat soluble herb there for adding an oil to your cooking, meals, teas etc with further help the absorption in thew body. The four ways to have the body absorb the curcumin is as follows:
There are four ways to maximize the absorption:
- Black Pepper and or Cayenne Pepper
- Coconut Oil and or Olive Oil
- Milk (which contains a fat content)
** A great salad dressing would include Black Pepper, Turmeric/Curcumin and Olive oil. **
***A Great Smoothie/Shake would contain Turmeric, (Coconut, Olive, Peanut etc.) Oil, (Almond, Soy, Non-Dairy, Coconut, Walnut, etc. ) milk, black pepper(cayenne pepper), kale and any other fruit and vegetables. ***
**** Quercetin is a bio-flavonoid that unblocks a block our naturally body has for curcumin. Making the turmeric-curcumin absorb in the body. Quercetin can be found in like kale, crapes, cranberries, blueberries, red wine and a few other foods. Most Popular thou is Dill, Kale and Capers. ****
There are great ways to use and most out of this amazing anti-inflammatory herb. Adding 1/4 teaspoon to:
- any cold dish will add a nice color and sweetness.
- Hot Tea
- Hot Coffee
- Warm Milk for the Golden Milk
- Macaroni & Cheese (for color and the anti-inflammatory for the children)
- Salad dressings
- And Many more
** Using a pinch of black pepper or cayenne can help with the absorption of it’s active ingredient called Curcumin. **
** Oil and Milk contain a fat content which also helps with the absorption of Curcumin in the body. **
Attention: Curcumin is a Natural Blood Thinner.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA or any other Governmental body. This Turmeric Curcumin product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.