Turmeric Benefits: Turmeric works well as an antiseptic, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agent and can be as effective as a pharmaceutical drug without any side-effects.
Celebrity nutritionist and life coach Luke Coutinho shared a quick tip on how turmeric can be consumed for better digestion. Take a look:
Turmeric is a natural antioxidant and has anti-inflammatory properties.
A popular kitchen spice, turmeric has been a part of traditional medical practice for eons.
A research study has shown that cooking turmeric may result in the loss of curcumin compound. How far is this true? Should you stop cooking turmeric altogether?
While the western world is talking much about 'turmeric latte', we already have a huge connection with the age-old 'haldi-wala doodh'
Turmeric or Curcuma Longa is a flowering plant of the ginger family. A native plant of the Indian subcontinent and the Southeast Asian continent, the roots of turmeric have been used for thousands of years ...
Here we bring you 7 turmeric-based recipes that can be great to consume this monsoon season. Let's get started.
Turmeric, since time immemorial, has been touted as one of the healthiest medicinal spices of India. Here's why.
We bring an amazing drink recipe that can make haldi part of your diet in the most indulgent way possible. This drink is called masala haldi doodh.