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Simple seasonings to bulk up your winter ammunition




With these easy add-in seasonings to support your defence systems from a cold weather shut down or picking up work place or kids kindy bugs.


Cinnamon: Add a teaspoon of cinnamon to your favourite warm steel cut oat mix, include it in your bone broth, add extra to your chai tea or mix it in with your favourite nut butter on toast! This herb is associated with assisting in blood glucose control, anti-inflammatory actions, restoring hepatic (liver) injury, antimicrobial and antibacterial effects


Ginger: A tablespoon of fresh grated ginger in hot water as a tea or in your favourite soup or stir-fry can go along way… best known for its anti-nausea effects ginger is also observed to improve digestion, relieve muscle pains and inhibit the growth of several bacteria’s.


Cumin seeds: Add some of these healthy seeds to your soups, curries and chilli cook ups! Assisting with both digestion and immunity cumin seeds have shown antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and anti-congestive activities.


Nutritional yeast: A yummy seasoning to any dish be it popcorn, avo on toast or a stir-fry! This golden yeast contains selenium, zinc and iron. It is also associated with antiviral and antibacterial actions.


Turmeric: Can be used grated fresh or used in powder. You can make a turmeric latte or tea or add it to your favourite curry or bone broth recipe. Curcumin- the active ingredient in turmeric is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrient. With both antioxidant properties of its own along with stimulating your body’s own antioxidant enzymes curcumin optimises your support systems.

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