Easy & Delicious Turmeric Salad Dressing

If you follow our blog, then it is not news to you that turmeric is more helpful than your neighbor of 20 years. And researchers keep on discovering new health benefits of the “golden spice”.

And the tasty part is, that chefs these days, are taking innovation to a whole new level. They keep finding ways of using ingredients that one might have never imagined.

Turmeric for dressing salads! Kaylee from “lemonsandbasil.com” has come up with this awesome recipe that makes it so easy to include turmeric in your diet.

An adamant believer of the fact that health and nutrition go hand in hand, she promotes this belief by creating these delicious dishes.

This salad dressing combines just some of the finest ingredients that would be perfect for a weight loss recipe- like apple cider vinegar, olive oil and turmeric.

Oh did you know that turmeric supplementation combined with diet and exercise can make you lose up to 1 kg every 10 days. (Read Turmeric & weight loss, Turmeric supplementation helps in weight loss and obesity)

Balsamic Vinegar is an excellent anti-oxidant. It contains Quercetin that helps it in combating cancer. It reduces the risks of heart attacks and helps in digestion, diabetes control and weight loss. It maintains bone health too.

Apple cider vinegar is the most popular health vinegar. It helps in soothing sour throat, whitens teeth and helps in digestion. It lowers cholesterol and prevents indigestion. It helps in weight loss and has antioxidant properties.

Ingredients

  • Balsamic vinegar
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • Water
  • Honey
  • Almond butter
  • Garlic
  • smoked paprika
  • turmeric
  • Secret ingredient

So this secret ingredient is one food rich of quality protein and you know the more fat it contains the higher is the probability that it will get you rid of belly fat.

To find out that secret ingredient and to get the guide for the whole recipe, please visit the link below –

http://lemonsandbasil.com/balsamic-almond-and-turmeric-salad-dressing/

Feel free to drop every question in the comments section below and do tell us how you like it.

If you have any innovative way of using turmeric please send us a mail, at- [email protected]

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  1. My significant other, DAN, is 62 and was recently diagnosed with NASH (nonalcoholic liver disease). He may have some fibrosis or cirrhosis, but he hasn’t been told what level of damage is involved. This diagnosis just happened, so we are not informed yet. Of course, he will listen to his doctors concerning turmeric or any other supplement. I have taken a high quality turmeric gel cap on occasion over the years if I had joint pain, and it works like a charm. I am a believer in the benefits of turmeric, and I did know it is good for the liver. I think Dan has early stage damage, and perhaps turmeric, song with the dietary and exercise changes he is making, will help partially reverse it at least halt further damage. He is a sturdy normal size except for his round tummy that sticks out in front. I know everything we take into our body has to be processed by the liver, so can processing turmeric be a problem for a damaged liver? We will definitely consult a doctor, but I wanted to know what you think about using turmeric as liver support in this situation. He also has some reflux issues and until recently was taking Prilosec, so is there a way to mitigate the reflux turmeric can cause. I’m afraid he would not continue with turmeric if it causes reflux. Thanks for reading. I look forward to your reply.

    1. Hi Nancy. Yes turmeric is good for liver health and specifically for NASH. Here are two studies that have found curcumin beneficial for NASH:
      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27270872
      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28158893
      These studies show that curcumin supplementation helps lower liver fat, BMI and improves liver function in non alcoholic liver disease.
      About the acid reflux, turmeric actually helps ameliorate acid reflux. However some readers have reported acid reflux issues with turmeric. There are two things that could be done:
      1. If he is taking a high dose of turmeric, consider splitting the doses and spreading them through out the day.
      2. Always take the supplements after a meal. Avoid taking them on an empty stomach. Taking them with a meal will improve absorption.
      Also NASH itself increases the risk of developing acid reflux, so it is quite possible that turmeric might not be causing the acid reflux symptoms. A doctor may guide you more on this bit.
      Hope this helps.