Turmeric is a natural anti-inflammatory agent. All disease begins with inflammation making this particular affect of turmeric extremely beneficially in disease prevention. Curcumin actually targets multiple steps in the inflammatory pathway at the molecular level.
Eating a diet that supports alkalinity in the your body helps to maintain a balance of pH levels keeps you strong and healthy. Maintain balance by including alkaline-forming foods; veggies, fruits, herbs, nuts, and seeds. Help your body along by including the following key components.
In our final week, on nutrient dense soups we’ll explore, Spiced Garlic Soup topped with a Poached Egg is a great way to help build and support a healthy immune system, and get in some extra protein.
A whole foods approach to a Asian Cooking. We’ll explore why each component is helpful to the body and how to make the recipe at home. This week Shiitake Mushroom and Vegetable Soup
“Curried-Lentil Soup is a great way to help build and support a healthy immune system. Plus, the spice (YAS) and depth of flavor is truly decadent.”
The next couple weeks we’ll go through some of the most nutrient dense soups and stews you can include in your fall wellness routine, that will keep your immune system strong and your body warmed.
At times when we’re feeling drained and our bodies overly taxed, it can be helpful to treat ourselves to a juice that can help to soothe our gut and lend to fluid “flushing” (read: anti bloat).
Most doctors, nutritionists, and experts recommend a four step process:
Remove foods and factors that damage the gut.
Replace with healing foods and herbs. Repair with supplements. Rebalance with probiotics.
Most doctors, nutritionists, and experts recommend a four step process:Remove foods and factors that damage the gut. Replace with healing foods and herbs.Repair with supplements.
Rebalance with probiotics.
“The most common foods that can damage our intestinal linings include; sugar, GMO’s (chemicals), conventional dairy, and proteins found in un-sprouted grains.”
“Bloating is absolutely is the number one thing I see in my practice It’s sort of that common, non-specific way for the GI tract to let you know it’s unhappy.” explains gastroenterologist Robynne Chutkan, author of the The Bloat Cure, Gutbliss, andThe Microbiome Solution.
Science break! The air inside our homes, offices, schools, etc., is found to hold on average 10 times more pollution than outdoor air.