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March 20, 20180

We cannot stop going on about the astounding health benefits of turmeric. As we have mentioned in previous blog post, turmeric and its star ingredient curcmin, can bring relief to your entire body. If you are like most americans, especially during the winter, you are more than likely experiencing some kind of physical pain, ache or ailment. You don’t have to live with this pain- there is a solution.

Research shows us that curcumin (the active ingredient in turmeric) isn’t just an antioxidant, but also a powerful, curative substance that can relieve us from pain and furthermore, help with the healing of wounds, the reduction of inflammation and tissue damage and more. For the benefits we just listed, you will want a supplement that has a high concentration of curcumin, as that is really the best part of turmeric and that which will show you deliverables. This is because curcumin does not dissolve very well in water which means that less curcumin will go into blood and have a lot of effect. This is why you need concentrated curcumin! A curcumin supplement is only as good as the amount of concentrated curcumin it has in it. Scientists have predicted that if natural curcumin could be transformed into a bioavailable form it could be taken orally and would be much more effective. You may be wondering what bioavailability is and what being bioavailable means. Well, bioavailability is simply the amount of a drug that is absorbed into the body (and blood stream) when ingested or orally taken and put into the body. In studies, scientists have created a nanotised form of pure curcumin via emulsion-diffusion methods. The results were astounding. The nanotised pure curcumin had a bioavailability of five times its predecessor supplements. The bioavailability increase made a huge difference, too. The effectiveness of the curcumin was tested in mice for human illnesses like Malaria, Cancer and Tuberculosis. The results were wild: after all the mice were injected with a rodent malaria parasite, half the mice were fed the nano curcumin and half were not treated at all. The untreated mice died in a couple days and the mice that got the curcumin were able to control the infection and survive.

This research is really exciting because it could have great implications for modern disease treatment. Inflammation is the root of a lot of diseases and the positive impact curcumin, especially concentrated, nanotised curcumin has had in terms of treating inflammation has great potential for the future. Furthermore, curcumin increases the antioxidant capacity of one’s body, curcumin increases brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) which lowers your susceptibility to brain diseases, turmeric stops cancer by reducing angiogenesis, curcumin decreases your risk of heart disease, curcumin is helpful in preventing Alzheimer’s Disease by crossing the blood-brain barrier and curcumin helps fight depression by increasing brain-derived neurotrophic factor. If you are interested in these astounding health benefits and more, look no further than the high quality turmeric supplements offered by Nutent Therapeutics.


March 8, 20180

We all go through a period of not feeling well during the winter. Whether you have been stricken with the flu, are suffering a cold, or simply feel that the bitter cold has seeped into your bones, you are probably looking for a fix. Life doesn’t stop in the winter and you want to be able to participate in work, school, friendships, relationships and more. If you really want to feel better, you are going to need a real solution, not just a gimmick. There are a lot of cold/flu/wintertime medicines that advertise that you will feel better quickly, but here at Nutent Therapeutics, we believe it’s best to rely on nature and not manmade marketing.

That’s why turmeric, and a turmeric supplement specifically, are such great options to beat wintertime illnesses and ailments. Turmeric is not only healthy, it can literally heal your body. Especially when curcumin is at play, the active ingredient behind the turmeric root, powder and pills you know and love. It’s important to make sure your turmeric has plenty of curcumin in it, and the easiest way to do so is by choosing a highly reputable turmeric supplement, such as those created by the scientists at Nutent Therapeutics. A turmeric supplement with a high concentration of its key ingredient curcumin can have a great impact on your mental and physical health and wellbeing.

A turmeric/curcumin supplement is a popular anti-inflammatory drug (inflammation is a top cause of ailments including more serious illnesses like cancer all the way to daily, mundane aches and pains). Furthermore, curcumin has antioxidant properties and it’s a known fact that oxidation is terrible for you. One way curcumin is good for your mental health is that turmeric and curcumin boost brain derived neurotrophic factor aka BDNF which is linked to better brain health and lower rates of brain disease, it is a known fact that wintertime can often lead to depression or other brain dysfunction. Additionally, the high-quality supplements found at Nutent Therapeutics act as a phytoestrogen and subsequently help with menopause and cancer, lower heart disease rates and assist in pain relief for such ailments as arthritis, ulcers, stomach problems, fibromyalgia and headaches.

So if you or a friend are feeling sick, you know who to turn to. A great way to cheer up a sick friend is by bringing them a care package, complete with the essentials one needs when feeling under the weather. Typical examples of items you may find in a sickness care package include: hot tea, gatorade, ibuprofen, tissues, soup and more. However, if you are looking for an out of the box idea for your truly helpful, one of a kind sickness package, look no further than some of the supplements offered at Nutent Therapeutics. They really will get your loved ones feeling good and back on track as soon as possible. The winter season is rough, but we are all in it together. Get the care you need this winter with the supplements offered at Nutent Therapeutics.


February 28, 20180

Self care is a trend popping up all over social media, but what does it really mean? Well, it’s pretty simple. Self care is pretty straightforward, it is simply the act of taking care of, supplying attention to and loving you and what you entail. It can be practiced in many ways. A bubble bath, playing an instrument you love, reading a book, creating art, poetry or something else beautiful, meditating or praying- basically self care is simply an activity that is enjoyable to you and honors your spirit and physical body. It is about doing something good for you.

The trend has really taken off in the past few years, with sponsoring by the millennial crowd. Millennials seem to be more into self-care than any generation we’ve ever seen, manifesting its message in activities such as creating Twitter self-care bots, creating diet and exercise plans, utilizing self-care apps, approaching therapy and life-coaching with an unabashed vigor (which is very different than the stoic nature of previous generations, specifically the “silent generation”) and more. Why is this?, you may ask. Well, with all the focus on individualization that social media and the internet in general afford, one of the more positive results is that people are finding out more and more about themselves. What makes them happy, what makes them tick, and how best to treat themselves. This awareness of ourselves is a key ingredient in proper self care and self love. So much so that Gracy Obuchowicz, self-care mentor and coach in Washington, D.C., has been quoted saying that (self care) “assumes that we’re OK as we are and we just need to take care of ourselves … Self-care alone is not enough. You need to have self-awareness too. Self-care plus self-awareness equals self-love.”

So how can one best achieve this amazing combination of self-care and self-awareness to create the ever-sought after self-love? First, an awareness of yourself is necessary. Reflect on any mental illnesses, neuroses, past traumas, likes, dislikes and more. Get to know yourself through internal reflection or perhaps therapy or life-coaching. Once you know yourself sufficiently, you can engage in the fun part- self care. There are really no rules on what constitutes self care- as long as it makes you healthy and happy, go for it! People are especially getting into bubble baths, face masks, eating right and contributing to personal health by exercising and taking supplements.

This is where turmeric comes into play. Turmeric is a key component in many lovely face masks, can be utilized in baths as a soap, body wash or other beauty product, can be implemented as a part of following a healthy diet (this is especially important as when one does this, they receive the innumerable health benefits provided by curcumin) and is an incredibly great ingredient or active ingredient for a supplement. Supplements are a great expression of self care and when looking for the best turmeric supplement, look no further than Nutent Therapeutics.


February 14, 20180

Here at Nutent Therapeutics, we are pretty passionate about turmeric products. And for good reason too, the miracle qualities of turmeric are never-ending. A quick overview- turmeric is a natural anti-inflammatory compound (and inflammation plays a part in almost every major disease), turmeric increases the antioxidant capacity of the body (oxidative damage causes aging and several diseases), curcumin boosts brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) which improves brain function and lowers your susceptibility to brain diseases, turmeric can help prevent cancer by reducing angiogenesis, curcumin lowers your risk of heart disease, curcumin is helpful in preventing Alzheimer’s Disease by crossing the blood-brain barrier, curcumin helps combat depression by increasing brain-derived neurotrophic factor, curcumin helps delay aging and promote longevity by fighting oxidation and inflammation and lastly, curcumin supplements have helped arthritis patients treat their inflammation. Wow that’s a lot of qualities! That’s why introducing turmeric into your life is so, so important! But it’s not just necessary, it’s also fun!

There are so many cool and innovative ways to adopt turmeric into your lifestyle. In this informative blog post, we will discuss a variety of processes that will lead to you benefiting from all of the health advantages turmeric offers.

One way to get the health benefits offered by turmeric and its star player curcumin is to implement the root into your beauty routine. Say what? Yeah, that’s right. There are a variety of products that offer turmeric ranging from hair care products to skin products and everywhere in between. Some of the best and most effective products include turmeric exfoliating scrub, turmeric acne mask, turmeric lip balm, turmeric oil serum, turmeric antioxidant radiance mask, turmeric vegan soap, turmeric matcha face mask, turmeric under eye wrinkle balm, turmeric cleansing grains, turmeric mushroom face mask, turmeric and cranberry seed mask, turmeric shampoo and turmeric conditioner. Try one of these products and you’ll see not only the health benefits of turmeric but also the beauty advantages as well. Turmeric is a known skincare miracle- it helps your complexion by soothing irritation and eczema, it’s a great and effective way to treat acne and it boosts skin’s natural glow. Curcumin fights bacteria that can cause acne and it also neutralizes enzyme which creates lower rates of inflammation. Additionally, it’s really good for wrinkles. Turmeric’s antioxidant properties help to fight free radicals which are known to cause wrinkles and skin damage.

Of course, another great way to receive the benefits is through a turmeric supplement. There is a smorgasbord of different supplements, vitamins and minerals that offer the amazing, miraculous health benefits of turmeric and its active ingredient, curcumin. However, in no other supplement is it as concentrated or ready to be absorbed as in Nutent Therapeutics’ life-saving supplements. Our special blend and formula will allow for ultimate absorption and subsequently, ultimate efficacy- try a Nutent Therapeutics’ supplement today!


January 30, 20180

The wintertime is full of cold and flu symptoms and generally just makes you feel yucky. Exposure to the cold air, the spread of germs and outbreaks of certain viruses/bacterial diseases make you want to just stay inside. While that’s an absolutely fine decision, you want to make sure that if you are holing up, you are still getting the vitamins and minerals your body needs to stay healthy throughout the dreary winter season. That’s where turmeric comes in- this miracle mineral packs a health punch. There are a myriad of health benefits in turmeric, especially where it’s active ingredient, curcumin, is involved. We have discussed the many, astounding benefits in previous blog posts, but we’ll provide a little recap here. Turmeric and curcumin are renowned anti-inflammatory minerals (inflammation is a top cause of ailments including horrible diseases like cancer all the way to daily aches and pains). Additionally, turmeric is an antioxidant and it’s a known fact that oxidation is terrible for you. Furthermore, turmeric and curcumin boost brain derived neurotrophic factor aka BDNF which is linked to better brain health and lower rates of brain disease, act as a phytoestrogen and subsequently helps with menopause and cancer, lower heart disease rates and assist in pain relief for such ailments as arthritis, ulcers, stomach problems, fibromyalgia and headaches. In this informative blog post, we will discuss fun and simple ways to implement turmeric in your diet during the winter, so you can achieve the aforementioned health benefits.

The first way to implement turmeric into your wintertime diet is through sweet potato-turmeric miso soup. This soup is great if you feel a cold coming on as it can clear up your sinuses and make you feel warmer and better in general. To make the soup, you’ll combine: one small sweet potato, one 3×5-inch piece kombu, ¾ ounce bonito flakes (about 1½ packed cups), one 5.5-ounce can unsweetened coconut milk, ¼ cup white miso, one tablespoon finely grated fresh turmeric or 1 teaspoon ground turmeric, one tablespoon fresh lime juice and toasted coconut flakes, crushed salted, roasted peanuts, and chili oil to garnish with. Another great winter turmeric soup for optimal health is turmeric-ginger chicken soup, a winter/cold weather classic. For this recipe, you’ll need: 1 3½–4-pound chicken, 2 medium onions, unpeeled, quartered, 2 heads of garlic, 1 4-inch piece ginger, unpeeled, thinly sliced, 3 dried bay leaves, 1 tablespoon ground turmeric, 2 teaspoons black peppercorns, 2 teaspoons coriander seeds, salt, 12 ounces carrots (about 4 medium),8 ounces dried udon noodles, scallions and chili oil. Voila, you have a delicious recipe for when you’re feeling under the weather or just craving massive health benefits!

The last great wintertime turmeric recipe is a turmeric cough suppressant. For this, you will mix: 1 bunch oregano, 1 bunch thyme, 1 1” piece ginger, peeled, grated, 1 1” piece turmeric, ½ teaspoon black peppercorns, 1 small garlic clove, grated, ¼ cup honey, preferably raw, ¼ cup unsweetened almond milk and 3 tablespoons fresh lime or lemon juice. Hopefully these recipes help you feel much better regarding all of your wintertime ailments. If you really wanna bring in the big guns, check out a turmeric supplement available at Nutent Therapeutics, today!


January 14, 20180

Supplements are a fixation that have been widely talked about and debated in popular health channels recently. Some say they’re all a bunch of voodoo, whereas others think you should swallow a whole handful of vitamins every day. Here at Nutent Therapeutics, we suggest a more moderate approach. We believe in taking only the supplements that have proven scientific backing via research and clinical trials. In this informative blog post, we will discuss top supplements that can aid in the promotion of better health for adult men and women. Among this list is obviously turmeric/curcumin supplements, the best comprehensive supplement to take for a variety of health needs. These magic vitamins kick off our list of top supplements to promote better health as number one.

Turmeric, a naturally occurring root, boasts one of nature’s sweet treasures- curcumin. A turmeric supplement with a high concentration of its star player curcumin can have a great impact on your overall health and wellbeing. A turmeric/curcumin supplement is a renowned anti-inflammatory (inflammation is a top cause of ailments including abonimable diseases like cancer all the way to day to day aches and pains). Additionally, it is an antioxidant and it’s a known fact that oxidation is terrible for you. Furthermore, turmeric and curcumin boost brain derived neurotrophic factor aka BDNF which is linked to better brain health and lower rates of brain disease, act as a phytoestrogen and subsequently helps with menopause and cancer, lower heart disease rates and assist in pain relief for such ailments as arthritis, ulcers, stomach problems, fibromyalgia and headaches. That’s a lot of benefits! That’s why turmeric/curcumin supplements are your number one go-to for improved health. If you can only take one supplement, make sure it’s a turmeric/curcumin supplement made by the renowned Nutent Therapeutics.

Number two in terms of best supplements for the promotion of overall health is your basic multivitamin. These are especially beneficial in this day and age, when people are no longer getting vitamins and minerals from their diet due to the processed nature of most food (particularly with fast food). Taking a multivitamin can (partially) make up for a lackluster diet. Additionally, look for specialized multivitamins to fit your needs. For example, lutein is good for eye disease prevention, whereas boron is ideal for prostate health.

The third best overall health supplement is a pretty well-known one- fish oil. Though not so tasty sounding, this vitamin packs a punch. It’s known to prevent heart disease (this is a big deal seeing as heart disease is the number one killer of adult americans) as well as inhibit cognitive decline. The ingredient used to fight brain problems is DHA. In addition to DHA, make sure your fish oil supplement has omega 3’s which boast benefits such as: increased HDL which boosts good cholesterol, improved metabolism and lower nutrient absorption.

Fourth on our list is vitamin D3. Vitamin D has been found to be incredibly important in recent studies. Low rates of vitamin D in one’s body are linked to cancer, weight gain, depression, poor nutrient absorption, low bone density and other unfortunate ailments. Vitamin D is known for its potential to be obtained by the sun, but many Americans don’t get enough sun and therefore should probably take a vitamin D supplement.


December 30, 20170

In our previous blog posts, we’ve talked about the miraculous properties of turmeric and its star player, curcumin. Curcumin is a natural anti-inflammatory compound (and inflammation plays a part in almost every major disease), turmeric increases the antioxidant capacity of the body (oxidative damage causes aging and several diseases), curcumin boosts brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) which improves brain function and lowers your susceptibility to brain diseases, turmeric can help prevent cancer by reducing angiogenesis, curcumin lowers your risk of heart disease, curcumin is helpful in preventing Alzheimer’s Disease by crossing the blood-brain barrier, curcumin helps combat depression by increasing brain-derived neurotrophic factor, curcumin helps delay aging and promote longevity by fighting oxidation and inflammation and lastly, curcumin supplements have helped arthritis patients treat their inflammation, a root cause of the degenerative disease. While turmeric perhaps boasts the longest list of health benefits of any superfood, there are other foods you should definitely implement into your diet for their contributions to your physical well-being.

Quinoa is a superfood that has been blowing up in popular culture recently. It is one of the only grains or seed that encompasses nine essential amino acids, all the ones our bodies can’t make for themselves. Additionally, it has eight grams of protein per cup. It’s a great side dish to any meal, or make an entire meal in one dish by adding your choice of veggies or meat to the grain.

Another great superfood is Greek yogurt. If you have tummy troubles, this is the food for you. It’s full of protein and probiotics and will fill your belly, improve digestion and also make your immune system stronger so you aren’t as susceptible to viruses. Add berries, honey or coconut to Greek yogurt for a healthy, guilt-free treat.

Kale is probably the most ubiquitous superfood and it is for good reason. It provides more antioxidants than almost any other fruit or veggie. Additionally, it will provide you with the fiber, calcium and iron your body needs to function properly. So throw a little in your salad or smoothie today!

Salmon is another great health food staple. The fish is filled with protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which are really good for your heart, reducing cardiovascular disease rates. Furthermore, salmon can protect your skin from the sun and help your body not to obtain any harmful effects from dangerous UV rays.

Eggs are probably not a superfood you would’ve thought of. They’re great for the health food connoisseur on a budget. One egg is only about 70 calories but includes six grams of protein. Additionally, they pack in a good amount of omega-3 fatty acid, which we discussed with salmon and are good for your heart.

Almonds are a fun way to achieve vitamins and minerals in snack form. They are the most nutritionally dense nut on the planet- a one ounce serving size includes 3.4 grams of fiber and additional potassium, calcium, vitamin E, magnesium and iron. You can enjoy a handful of the, make some trail mix or even eat them as a butter with the popular, newly minted, almond butter.



December 14, 20170

Curcumin and turmeric come from plants and are still being learned about. Nevertheless, they have been involved in many studies, from which we are obtaining information about them. We are now aware of the main benefits of curcumin and turmeric. Let’s check out the ones that are 100% guaranteed.

  1. Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties

A medical grade turmeric should be rich in curcumin. In most products, curcumin is only a small part, but in those at Nutent Therapeutics it is a huge ingredient. Normally, it is present at only 3%, which isn’t high. The higher the rate of curcumin, the more powerful the antixodiant properties will be.

The main fact here is that curcumin is great as an antioxidant and it offers numerous anti-inflammatory properties. All of them are easy to get with pharma-grade curcumin.

  1. Can reduce the risk of brain disease

Curcumin is just perfect in regulating the levels of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF). This is a hormone, which is similar to the growth hormone you may have heard of. Well, curcumin is an excellent way to increase the levels of this hormone. As a result, you can expect a much lower risk of brain disease and your brain function will be better.

  1. Reduces the risk of heart disease

Besides the fact that turmeric curcumin supplement can reduce the risk of brain disease, it can also reduce the risk of heart disease! The best explanation of how it actually works is by improving the blood vessels around the heart, which feed the heart with nutrients and oxygen.

  1. Helps fight cancer

Not only can curcumin help with reducing the risk of getting cancer, but it can also slow down the spreading of the cells once the cancer is detected. It does that by slowing down and eventually preventing angiogenesis. This term is used to explain the blood vessel growth inside tumors. The curcumin simply slows it down, which literally slows down cancers and tumors!

  1. Prevents and treats Alzheimer’s Disease

Although this type of research is still new, there is a high likelihood that it will be more than successful. Scientists have discovered that curcumin may help you in preventing and treating Alzheimer’s Disease. So, what does it do? Basically, the curcumin will remove the Amyloid plaques, which are known to cause the disease in question.

  1. Helps people with arthritis

Pharma grade nutraceuticals have long been appreciated by people who suffer from arthritis. The ingredients are known for anti-inflammatory properties, which makes them ideal for this purpose. Several types of research confirmed the same thing, that people with arthritis recorded improvements after curcumin therapy.


Pharmaceutical curcumin is far more powerful and important than you may imagine. More and more studies have been proving the same thing, so we must deduce that this ingredient really is miraculous. Additionally, there are no adverse effects of curcumin, which is not the case of almost any pharmaceuticals currently on the market. Curcumin supplements offer all the power of a commercial medication while also providing the gentleness and lack of side effects as a natural remedy.


November 30, 20170

In our last blog posts, we discussed recipe ideas for cooking with turmeric. But some of them may have seemed a little sophisticated. In this blog post, we take it back to basics and give you some good ways to introduce turmeric into your diet with yummy recipes you won’t even realize contain a magic mineral. Read below for exciting ways to spice up your daily vitamin intake!


Moroccan Chicken

Chicken is a crowd-pleaser for almost all people and all cultures. A good way to introduce your friends and family to the wonders of turmeric is by utilizing something as widely loved as chicken to be the vessel that carries the magic mineral into your loved one’s mouths. Read on to discover steps for an amazing recipe that implements our favorite spice in a palatable manner.

Heat olive oil in a Dutch oven set over medium heat. Add onions, season with salt and pepper, and cook, stirring occasionally, until softened and browned, 6 to 8 minutes. Add garlic, paprika, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, and cayenne and cook, stirring, until fragrant, about 1 minute. Add chicken broth and bring the mixture to a boil. Meanwhile, sprinkle chicken pieces with pepper, then add to the pot along with preserved lemon. (It’s okay if not all the chicken pieces are fully submerged in the broth.) Cover, turn the heat to medium-low, and simmer, stirring occasionally, until the chicken is tender and almost falling off the bone, 50 to 60 minutes. Use a pair of tongs to transfer the chicken to a platter.

Add olives and lemon juice to the pot. Raise the heat to high, bring to a boil, and cook, uncovered, stirring occasionally, until slightly thickened, 5 to 10 minutes. Season with salt and pepper, and spoon the sauce over the chicken. Sprinkle with parsley. Serve hot.


Persian Frittata

Frittatas have become popular in recent years, due to their simplicity and ability to be dressed up in various ways. This persian frittata is a spin on the classic breakfast dish and it showcases the miraculous turmeric. Read on to find out how you can add a little middle eastern flavor to your daily routine.

Preheat oven to 400°F. Whisk together eggs, garlic, flour, turmeric, salt, and a few cracks of black pepper. Whisk in herbs, walnuts (if using), and dried fruit (if using). Heat butter or oil in a 10-12″ skillet over moderate heat. Pour the egg mixture into the skillet and use the back of a spoon to spread it out evenly. Cook until the eggs start to set around the edges of the skillet, about 2 minutes. Place the skillet in the oven and bake until the eggs are completely set, about 5 minutes. To test, cut a small slit in the center.

Serve hot or cold, cut into wedges. This dish is especially delicious with a dollop of yogurt.


Superfood Baked Potato

This delightful, new-age spin on the classic baked potato features a slew of superfoods: kale, quinoa, salmon and our favorite, turmeric. It’s a little complicated, but follow the directions below to have your body feeling super!

Preheat the oven to 425°F. Rub potatoes lightly with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place in a foil-lined baking pan and roast for 50 to 60 minutes or until the potato can be easily pierced. Next, direct your attention to the salmon component of the baked potato. Pat the salmon dry and remove any visible pin bones. Steep tea leaves in hot water for 5 minutes, then strain them out and stir soy sauce and rice vinegar into the green tea. Pour the mixture into a deep dish, and place the salmon in it, skin up.

In the last 20 minutes of baking the potatoes, remove the salmon from the marinade and pat dry. Sprinkle lightly with salt and pepper, and roast, skin-down, in the upper third of the oven for 12 minutes or until it can easily be flaked with a fork. Then, shred the cooked salmon for serving. Now you’ll want to focus on kale- wash chopped kale thoroughly then pat dry. Over medium heat, heat the coconut oil in a deep sauté pan. Add minced garlic and ginger and cook, stirring constantly, for 1 minute or until fragrant. Pour in lemon juice and water, cover the pan, and cook for 10 minutes or until the kale is cooked and tender but still toothsome.

Now our favorite part- turmeric yogurt. To make, whisk the turmeric into boiling water, then whisk in maple syrup. Whisk into yogurt, making sure the turmeric is completely stirred in. Lastly, to make popped quinoa, heat a deep pan over medium heat. Add 2 tablespoons quinoa and cook undisturbed for 1 minute or until you hear a tiny pop. Watch for all the seeds to pop lightly and turn a darker golden color. Remove and cool.

To serve this delicious, healthy treat, split a baked potato down the center and top with the turmeric yogurt, kale, salmon, popped quinoa, flax seeds, and pomegranate arils.


November 14, 20170

In Nutent Therapeutics’ last blog post, we offered an introduction to the exciting world of cooking with turmeric. Here, Nutent Therapeutics delves into even more delicious recipes using the wonder spice, turmeric.


Carrot, Ginger and Turmeric Smoothie

A pinch of salt makes everything taste better, including this savory smoothie. Using smoothie or ice crush setting, purée orange, carrot, mango, coconut water, hemp seeds, ginger, turmeric, cayenne, salt and ½ cup ice in a blender until smooth. Voila, you have a trendy, healthy and delicious smoothie in a matter of minutes!


Tandoori Carrots With Spice And Yogurt

To make these spicy carrots, use a bit of Vadouvan, a French-Indian formula that includes onion, shallots, and garlic added to a currylike mix and follow these simple steps below.

Preheat oven to 425°. Mix vadouvan, half of garlic, ¼ cup yogurt, and 3 Tbsp. oil in a large bowl until smooth; season with salt and pepper. Add carrots and toss to coat. Roast on a rimmed baking sheet in a single layer, turning occasionally, until tender and lightly charred in spots, 25–30 minutes. Meanwhile, heat turmeric and remaining 2 Tbsp. oil in a small skillet over medium-low, swirling skillet, until fragrant, about 2 minutes. Remove from heat. Whisk lemon juice, remaining garlic, and remaining ¼ cup yogurt in a small bowl; season with salt and pepper.

Place carrots (along with crunchy bits on baking sheet) on a platter. Drizzle with yogurt mixture and turmeric oil and top with cilantro. Serve with lemon wedges.


Marinated Lamb Chops With Spicy Yogurt

These lamb chops will have you and your family feeling weekday fabulous. To make them, follow the simple recipe below.

Combine yogurt, lemon juice, and garlic in a medium bowl; season with salt and pepper. Transfer ½ cup yogurt mixture to a small bowl and set aside for serving. Stir cumin, coriander, turmeric, and allspice into remaining yogurt mixture. Season lamb chops with salt and pepper. Using your hands, evenly coat all sides of chops with spiced yogurt mixture (avoiding the bone if they are frenched). Let chops sit at room temperature 30 minutes, or cover and chill up to 12 hours.

Heat 1 Tbsp. oil in a large skillet over medium-high. Wipe off excess marinade from lamb chops and cook half until nicely browned, about 3 minutes per side (the yogurt in the marinade will help them take on color quickly). Remove chops from skillet and pour off fat (no need to wipe it out). Repeat with remaining 1 Tbsp. oil and remaining chops. Serve lamb chops with reserved yogurt mixture alongside.


Turmeric-Ginger Chicken Soup

If you want a variation on plain old chicken soup, look no further than the recipe below, which incorporates turmeric and ginger. Follow the simple directions below for a sumptuous treat.

Place chicken, onions, garlic, ginger, bay leaves, turmeric, peppercorns, coriander seeds, and several pinches of salt in a large pot. Pour in cold water to cover and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce heat and gently simmer until an instant-read thermometer inserted into the thickest part of breast registers 155°, 30–35 minutes. Transfer chicken to a plate and let cool slightly; keep stock simmering. Remove skin from chicken; discard. Pull meat from bones and shred into bite-size pieces; set aside. Return bones and carcass to stock. Increase heat and bring stock to a boil; cook until reduced by about one-third, 15–20 minutes. Season with more salt if needed.

Strain stock into a large saucepan; discard solids. Add carrots, bring to a simmer, and cook until carrots are tender, about 5 minutes. Meanwhile, cook noodles in a large pot of boiling salted water, stirring occasionally, until al dente; drain and rinse under cold water to stop cooking. Divide noodles among bowls. Add shredded chicken meat to stock and cook just until heated through; season stock with more salt if needed. Ladle over noodles. Top soup with scallions and drizzle with chili oil.


Spiced Pomegranate Rice

The pomegranate seeds bring a crunch and juiciness to the rice in this delightful dish. To make your tastebuds happy, follow the simple steps below.

Heat oil in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat. Add onion and garlic and cook, stirring often, until softened and golden brown. Add rice and turmeric and stir to coat. Add broth and bring to boil. Reduce heat to low and cook, partially covered, until liquid is absorbed, 15–18 minutes. Remove from heat; cover and let stand 5 minutes, then fluff rice with a fork. Fold in pomegranate seeds, scallions, and Aleppo pepper; season with salt and black pepper.

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