Variety is the spice of life—but when it comes to cooking, spices add life to many dishes. The right herbs and seasonings can elevate a recipe to something truly special, and could also have some added benefits for the person enjoying the meal.
Keeping colds at bay is an ongoing challenge, so we rounded up the best foods and supplements to help support your immune system. Whether you’re looking to clean up your diet with fresh produce picks or need a new multivitamin, keep reading for everything you’ll need.
If you’re looking to make a wellness tonic on repeat all winter, grab your favorite seasonal citrus and get juicing. In this episode of Prep School, Megan Mitchell is showing you one of her favorite versions featuring golden turmeric and a kick from cayenne pepper.
[schema description]Here’s an easy recipe to turn basic iced tea into a protein-powered sip that’ll fuel your day. It starts with lemony Earl Grey steeped with cardamom, then swirled with creamy coconut milk and a scoop of turmeric- and cardamom-flavored collagen powder. Make a double batch so you’ll have a few days’ worth! [/schema]
[schema description]Raise your hand if you’re someone who’s all about decorating Easter eggs, but ready to retire conventional food coloring. Us too. This year it’ll be easy to kiss those old methods goodbye thanks to some readily available natural ingredients. Follow this easy recipe to make red eggs with beet powder, yellow eggs with turmeric, ...
[schema description]Add some sunshine to your morning with this superfood smoothie, even if gray skies are in the forecast. Dates add sweetness, vanilla protein powder keeps you full, and warm spices round out the drink, including a scoop of aromatic turmeric for that golden glow.[/schema]
[schema description]With ingredients like nut milk, honey, and spices, this frothy sip has all the makings of a classic golden milk latte, but we’ve blended in a scoop of turmeric-flavored bone broth powder for an added boost of protein. It’s the perfect five-minute recipe to transition you from winter to spring.[/schema]
Though it’s sometimes confused with saffron thanks to its bright golden color, turmeric is actually a member of the ginger family and has a long medicinal and culinary history. But it wasn’t until recently that this ancient Ayurvedic remedy was globally recognized and celebrated for all its healthful properties (not to mention delicious flavor). Ready ...
We’re over the moon for this ancient beverage that’s making a 21st century splash. Spoiler alert: it’s warmed milk, but this sip is anything but boring. These days, there’s a lot you can do to customize, enhance, and spice up your go-to evening drink.
[schema description]Morning, sunshine! We’ve got just the thing to perk up your day—a wellness shot blended with vibrant turmeric. New Chapter’s supplement is fermented with probiotic strains aimed at supporting digestion, and a squeeze of honey helps sweeten up bold ingredients like ginger, apple cider vinegar, and black pepper. Bottoms up! [/schema]
[schema description]We love an easy make-ahead breakfast around here! Today we’re puddin’ protein (20g per serving!) into this chia seed treat thanks to a bottle of grass-fed golden milk. It’s rich, creamy, and delivers key nutrients like B12, magnesium, and calcium, plus a dash of turmeric and ginger, too. Simply mix the drink with chia ...
Turmeric may be trendy, but it’s been used for generations both as a cooking spice and as a medicinal herbal remedy. The crown jewel of Indian spices, turmeric is even said to be beneficial to dogs! While there are many ways to enjoy this golden wonder, here are the best ways to use turmeric from ...
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