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10:10 AM | 20-02-2020

Can we add turmeric powder while cooking?


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08:30 PM | 20-02-2020

Turmeric is a herb. It is anti-inflammatory. Humans started to consume it when the approach became more medicinal in nature to fix eliminations like cold, cough, applying on wounds etc. Habit of using it in the cooking was to ensure that all the family members can consume it.

However, when you start looking at natural ways of living, we focus on giving more power to the body to self-heal, not stop the eliminations with a suppressor, easing the digestion during that time and not stopping an inflammation forcibly. In this approach, the reason why our ancestors used turmeric does not really matter. Do you taste turmeric in your cooking? No isn't it?

So, unless you know how turmeric plays a role in visually enhancing the dish or enhancing the taste of the dish, you don't have to consume it. If you have grown fresh turmeric, there is no harm in using some for your raw juices or using it in a herbal drink as a replacer for your coffee tea.

To summarize the answer, No, it's not necessary to consume turmeric on a daily basis. Correcting the habits will improve your lifestyle and remove the need for suppressors.

Be blessed

Smitha Hemadri(Holistic lifestyle coach)



08:28 PM | 20-02-2020

Hello Hawa,

Turmeric has been part of our Indian diet since a very long time, this has some special effects on our body mainly medicinal. Any kind of inflammatory condition can be wisely tackled with the use of turmeric, an ideal thing which we need to take is what should be the dosage of turmeric in our daily food? If you are taking turmeric in small quantities it will be beneficial for your health.

Avoid taking it in large quantities and regular consumption of it. If you are controlling the quantity it won't affect your health.

Hopefully, this was helpful,

Thank you



03:24 PM | 20-02-2020

Yes



12:33 PM | 24-02-2020

Turmeric is one of the commonspices that gives curry its yellow color. Usage of turmeric in Indian cuisines has accounted for more than thousands of years as a spice and medicinal herb. It is believed to contain compounds with medicinal properties, those compounds are called curcuminoids, the most important of which is curcumin. Curcumin is the most-active ingredient in turmeric. It has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a very strong antioxidant.

Some of the medicinal properties of turmeric are:

  • Natural anti-inflammatory -Curcumin, present in turmeric can suppress many molecules known to play major roles in inflammation.
  • Anti-oxidant -Curcumin has powerful antioxidant effects which are known to neutralize free radicals on its own but also stimulates own body's antioxidant enzymes.
  • Increases Brain Activity -Curcumin is known to boost levels of the brain hormone called BDNF, which increases the growth of new neurons and fights against various degenerative processes in your brain.
  • Lowers risk of heart diseases - Curcumin present in turmeric has beneficial effects on several factors and known to play a vital role in heart disease by improving the function of the endothelium and is a potent anti-inflammatory agent and antioxidant.
  • Prevents Cancer - Curcumin is a known to have anticarcinogenic properties and can prevent some types of cancer.
  • Prevents Alzheimer’s Disease - Curcumin present in turmeric can cross the blood-brain barrier and has been shown to prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Helpful in Arthritis - Curcumin has few analgesic properties and could be helpful in treatment of arthritic conditions
  • Helpful is Depression - Research studies have shown that curcumin can be helpful in treatment in depression
  • Aids longevity - Curcumin can be helpful to improve longevity.

 

Regarding Cooking:

Yes, it is always best advised to add turmeric in the cooking keeping the health benefits.



01:26 PM | 20-02-2020

हेलो,

प्राकृतिक जीवन शैली केे अनुसार हल्दी प्रतिदिन के खाने में यूज करने से 2 तरीके का नुकसान होता है पहला हल्दी एक ब्लड थिनर है वह रक्त को पतला करता है। किसी तरीके केेे एक्सीडेंट मेे रक्त के बहाव  में तेजी आती है यदि रक्त पतला हो तो। इस हल्दी का तासीर एंटीबायोटिक होता है प्रकृति ने हल्दी को एंटीबायोटिक के रूप में दिया है तो एंटीबायोटिक हम तब लेते हैं जब हम स्वस्थ ना हो तब हम नहीं लेते हैं जबकि हम हर प्रकार से स्वस्थ हो। प्रतिदिन एंटीबायोटिक का यूज कर रहे हैं तो हमारा बॉडी उसके प्रति अपनी रिसेप्टिविटी को कम कर देता है क्योंकि उसको जो चीज रोज मिल रहा है उसके प्रति शरीर यूज टू हो जाताा है। हमें इसके कारण हल्दी की जरूरत जब पड़ती है तब हम हल्दी का सेवन करते हैं तो वह हम पर असर नहीं कर पाता है। अगर हम उसको दिन प्रतिदिन यूज ना करें तो जरूरत पड़ने पर एंटीबायोटिक की तरह फायदा करेगा। 
प्राकृतिक चिकित्साा पद्धति में हल्दी को प्रतिदिन खाना बनाने समय यूज करना सलाह में नहीं है मगर दवा की तरह अस्वस्थ होने पर उसका प्रयोग कर सकते हैं। 
प्राकृतिक संसाधनोंं का प्रयोग और विधा नहीं जानने पर हम उनका ठीक प्रकाार से उपयोग नहीं कर पातेे हैं।

धन्यवाद।

रूबी, 

प्राकृतिक जीवनशैली प्रशिक्षिका व मार्गदर्शिका (Nature Cure Guide & Educator)


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