Turmeric root wrapped in baking paper (lasts 2 weeks in the fridge)

Turmeric root wrapped in baking paper (lasts 2 weeks in the fridge)
Turmeric root wrapped in baking paper will last 2 weeks if you keep the root in the fridge, and in the freezer it will last up to 3 months.
Frozen turmeric root is easier to grate than fresh root
Turmeric has been scientifically proven to lower blood pressure and blood glucose levels. However, do not take turmeric in excessive doses (higher than recommended doses).
People who are taking medical therapy should check their blood sugar and blood pressure so that the dose of medication can be matched with the appropriate amount of turmeric in their diet.
Turmeric tones and refreshes the body (that’s why turmeric is recommended especially at the beginning of spring and after a long winter). https://mountainroseherbs.com/star-anise
After a short period of use, turmeric gives the body vitality, freshness and restores vital energy
Research shows that turmeric contains several hundred active ingredients (of which 20 are antibiotic, 14 anticancer, 12 antitumor, 12 anti-inflammatory and 10 antioxidant).
Turmeric protects the heart, lowers arterial pressure, has an anti-inflammatory effect, accelerates wound healing, etc. Turmeric lowers the level of free fatty acids in the body (which reduce the sensitivity of cells to insulin) – that’s why turmeric is an effective ally in the fight against insulin resistance. It affects the normalization of glucose and HbA1C (glycolytic hemoglobin) levels in the blood. And for people with pre-diabetes – it has a favorable effect because it reduces the risk of developing diabetes. https://mountainroseherbs.com/star-anise
The simplest way to use turmeric is to make drinks

  1. Turmeric goes well with ginger and fresh orange juice. Add another glass of water to the mixture of orange juice, one tablespoon of chopped and chopped turmeric root with a diameter of 10 cm and ginger root with a length of about 10 cm. The drink should be drunk fresh because it loses its healing properties over time.
  2. Turmeric goes well with sparkling water, citrus and mint. This combination is especially pleasant in the hottest part of the day.
  3. Turmeric goes well with cinnamon and anise and lemon juice and water.
  4. Add turmeric to dishes towards the end of cooking or heat treatment (when preparing dishes that require long-term cooking, because turmeric loses its healing properties over time).
  5. Turmeric is an excellent spice in omelets with eggs (or scrambled eggs) and toast sandwiches with soft cheese.


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