Turmeric To The Rescue!

FullSizeRender-1Have a headache or wrist pain? Don’t reach for Advil or Aspirin. Look to turmeric for a cure! Turmeric is a great replacement for pharmaceutical pills that aid in anti-inflammatory, general pain, arthritis, cholesterol and so much more! Turmeric has been linked to preventing illnesses such as heart diseases, brain diseases, cancer, Alzheimers and depression. Talk about a super food!

Turmeric is a root that goes way beyond adding flavor and a yellow/ orange pigment to your food. It’s a versatile root that contains curcumin, a medicinal property that has the power to provide our bodies with a number of health benefits. Curcumin fights inflammation and is also an antioxidant.

I cook with it all the time. It adds a unique flavor to my dishes. Those recipes will be in my new cookbook, available September 26th, 2017!!!

You can purchase all natural turmeric in a pill form, in the spice isle, or add fresh turmeric root to any dish or smoothie.

Here’s a simple and delicious smoothie recipe for you to try out!

  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup frozen mango
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  • 1/2- 1 teaspoon turmeric

Turmeric has become so popular that it is now one of the most frequently mentioned medicinal herbs. Lets continue to spread the word and help one another stay healthy and happy!!!

Live Life Pure
Much Love,

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  • Ellen Kahn Reply

    I used to have swollen lower legs, right above
    My ankles! Everyday, all day! Then I started
    Adding tumeric in my coffee every day, numerous times a day, and all of a sudden I happen to notice that my ankles were no longer swollen!!!!!!! My ankles have been awoken for over 30 years!!!!!!

    May 16, 2017 at 1:15 pm
  • Juli Reyes Reply

    It should be noted that people on blood thinners should not take turmeric as it is also a blood thinner. Talk to your doctor before starting any herbal supplements.

    June 13, 2017 at 10:39 am
  • Juanita Kelley Reply

    Love you Jennifer, I am a big fan. God bless you and keep you.

    June 23, 2017 at 6:38 pm
  • Juanita Kelley Reply

    I’m a big fan. God bless you and keep you.

    June 23, 2017 at 6:40 pm
  • Leo Miele Reply

    Thanks for the article! Turmeric truly is a miracle cure for many things 🙂 http://organicdailypost.com/turmeric-miracle-cure/

    July 5, 2017 at 12:37 pm
  • Arl Reply

    So happy to have been able to catch up to Jennifer
    Love to hear what is going on in her life , and that she is doing well.
    I AM DELIGHTED I Will be able to order from her Bakery and
    Definitely excited to hear she has a cook book coming out in September .
    THANK YOU Jennifer Good Luck !

    July 18, 2017 at 11:22 pm
  • Nancy Reply

    Hi Jennifer,
    Thank you for sharing your story and all this good information with us. I discovered that sugar and wheat cause intense itching with excema. I’ll use the recipes that you put on the website for foods and cleaning and everything else.

    August 23, 2017 at 6:06 pm
  • Dr. Michael S. Miles Reply

    BIG FAN 🛐👍🏼

    September 2, 2017 at 3:37 pm
  • Nicole Citera Reply

    I have a question is turmeric good for multiple sclerosis???

    September 6, 2017 at 5:27 pm
  • David Sloan Reply

    I figured since you do a lot to help others feel better, I’d try to help make your day a little better.

    Silent Whispers

    She walks in the glow of her own beauty, letting the
    wind mingle with the long golden strands of her hair.
    So graceful are her steps, that the leaves on the ground
    remain silent as she passes over them. The birds fly
    from one branch to another while gently singing to her.
    As their song passionately reaches her ears, she turns
    towards them and smiles. The first rays of the morning
    sun filtering through the trees, sparkle in the dampness
    of the morning dew. Along the path where she walks,
    flowers of all shapes and sizes strain against the confines
    of the ground, just for a glimpse of one, more beautiful
    than themselves. Her delicate form slipping quietly through
    the forest, was more than poetry in motion, just simply
    breathtaking was the only way to describe it. The only
    sounds to be heard, were the silent whispers of the birds
    singing as she slowly disappeared.

    David ’99

    September 23, 2017 at 5:51 pm
  • Sandra Adcock Reply

    Thank you for sharing your journey with us. Celiac has been a part of my life for a few years and I am now learning about the leaky gut portion of the problem. Addressing the anti-inflammatory issues of this disease is so helpful to me. I can hardly wait to get your book and to try the recipes.

    September 29, 2017 at 11:01 pm
  • Jbotch Reply

    Jen you have always been number 3 on my most beautiful woman list behind #2 Selma Hayek and #1 Rachael Welch,but o so close behind them.

    October 5, 2017 at 6:18 pm
  • MP Reply

    I’ve always been a big fan Ms. Esposito. I support your causes & challenges. Thank you for giving us the pleasure of continuing to see you both in your professional & personal life. You are truly an inspiration. All the best in your future endeavors.
    Mich. P

    October 11, 2017 at 3:48 am
  • Page Morgan Reply

    Jennifer, I became a fan when you appeared on NCIS. I will miss you being there each week. I did purchase your cookbook. I tried your biscuits, what a disaster! Don’t know what I did wrong to make such a sloppy gooey mess, but I will not give up. I am not only celiac, but also diabetic, have unknown GI issues, gout and high cholesterol. I am tired of having the medical profession throw pills and injections at me. Hopefully I can start to straighten things out. Their other favorite thing is to take away food. I am not a small person, but I try to eat healthy. I have given up ever loosing weight, but I love to cook and will keep on eating food that has variety and flavor.

    October 15, 2017 at 5:18 pm
  • Christina Reply

    Thank you for everything you have shared. Received your cookbook and love it! I’ve made so many of your recipes and love them and am feeling so good already. I hope to get to your bakery one day.

    October 23, 2017 at 7:28 pm
  • Edward Reply

    Hi, Jennifer

    This is a message from Ed Rush. You probably don’t remember me I am a personal trainer who trained you in boxing over 20 years ago at Crunch gym before you became a big star. I am writing you for two reasons.

    One, I am working on putting together a conference on Living a Paleo lifestyle in NYC in 2018. I would love to have you as a featured speaker at the conference. I really believe in what you are doing in educating people about eating gluten and toxin free and I think it would be a great way to promote your new book.

    Two, I just recently opened up a personal training studio in Harlem on 110th street. Right next to Central Park. I don’t know if you still have a place in the city, but if you don’t mind coming uptown I’d love to train you again and it would all be complimentary.

    Hope to hear from you and Stay Strong as you work to re-open your bakery. You’ll make it happen.

    December 12, 2017 at 9:49 am
  • Kerri Lehmann Reply

    Jennifer I was so happy when I was sitting in a tire repair shop today and came across the show where you were featuring a recipe.
    I am all new to the GF, sugar free, grain free, dairy free world. I am overwhelmed. I have been recently diagnosed with a Hashimotos disease. Kinda struggling with what works for me and what doesn’t. Still light-headed often and weak with no energy and brain glitches so hoping to learn from reading your book and recipes.
    Thank you for helping others by sharing what you have learned. Sometimes I do t even know where to start.

    December 20, 2017 at 2:12 pm

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