You may have heard TURMERIC is an anti-inflammatory, superfood spice. But it can be hard to figure out how to use it regularly. Until now…
ADD TURMERIC TO YOUR CONDIMENTS!
You can turn ANY CONDIMENT into a quick anti-inflammatory flavor boost
Helps w/ muscle soreness!
Turmeric contains the active compound called curcumin. Study after study demonstrates how it may help fight exercise aches & pain.
Turmeric may also help increase levels of serotonin, a happiness hormone.
Just stir 1/2 to 1 teaspoon turmeric (+ a pinch of black pepper) into a serving of your favorite condiment. Done. Yum.
And don’t skip the black pepper, it’s there for a reason. Black pepper enhances the absorption of curcumin exponentially so that your body can reap more of the great benefits. 💥
✨1. Turmeric Mayo
great in tuna salad or on a kale BLT
✨2. Turmeric Mustard
great on burgers or hard boiled eggs
✨3. Turmeric Ketchup
great on burgers or as a french fry dipper
✨4. Turmeric Salad Dressing
great on greens or as a veggie dip
✨5. Turmeric BBQ Sauce
great on chicken, salmon, or tempeh
✨6. Turmeric Honey
great on pancakes or yogurt
PS: When choosing condiments, read the ingredient list. Aim to get versions of ketchup & BBQ sauce with no added sweeteners and dressings & mayo made with olive or avocado oil.
👉Click HERE for my 8 point anti-inflammatory diet & lifestyle checklist.
Cassandra Schmigotzki says
If you’re sensitive to black pepper, will white pepper work for enhancement?
DJ Blatner, RDN says
Yes! You can use white pepper. It has the same active ingredient as black pepper that can help turmeric get better absorbed. xx