My first introduction to turmeric was when someone one told me “that stuff” can be used to make yellow rice. I was all excited to make yellow rice until i stained my white counter tops with it!

At any rate I learned how to make yellow rice that day. In addition, turmeric is a great food coloring.

The more I started researching and listening to natural health enthusiast, the more I became excited about turmeric. Of course it isn’t new after all. People have been using turmeric for centuries. So why are there still many people who don’t use it?

Natural living is all about being in the know.

Turmeric has been used by people in South Asia for thousands of years. Turmeric has been viewed as sacred, used for medicinal purposes, and part of the process used to dye their clothing.

There are various ways that you can use turmeric, however, I am going to share 12 ways that you can use turmeric as part of your natural living tool kit for your child with food allergies.

12 Ways To Use Turmeric

1. Yellow Rice
2. Main ingredient in Curry Recipes
3. Turmeric can be purchased as a supplement
4. Teeth Whitener….what? We are thinking the same thing.
5. Liquid Gold-a healthy tea, more like Chai
6. Acne/Eczema Soothing Paste
7. Sinus Relief…we personally sprinkle it in warm lemon water when the kids are ‘stuffy’
8. Beauty Mask…this is more to pamper you.
9. Memory Booster
10. Natural Laxative
11. Muscle Relaxing rub…keep in mind of the temporary skin discoloration ?
12. Tie Dye T-Shirts
So what do you think? Do you think Turmeric is worth adding to your tool kit?

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Hicunni Chandler, Certified Mind Body Eating Coach & Food Strategist


Certified Eating Psychology & Mind Body Nutrition Coaching is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. The information provided on this website, one-site and virtual coaching sessions, workshops, programs, classes, podcasts, and products is intended for educational purposes only, not as medical advice. Always check with your health care provider, practitioner, or doctor before changing your diet, eating or health/care program.

Nov 28, 2016 at 09:36
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