Hot drinks for a bad cold

Hot drinks for a bad cold

Remember these ingredients add them to a cup of hot water or cider as soon as you feel symptoms of a cold.

Lemon juice

orange juice

turmeric

ginger

honey

Apple cider

Turmeric  milk recipe 😦 one of our favorite drinks)

1 cup milk (cow, almond, coconut, rice, hemp, soy are all fine as long as they have some fat)

1 tsp Turmeric

1 Tbsp raw wild honey

½ tsp Cinnamon

black pepper, a pinch

1. Heat up your milk in the microwave or on the stove.

2. Add turmeric and whisk to combine.

3. Stir in honey and cinnamon and mix well.

4. Add a pinch of black pepper and stir.

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Turmeric with milk

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Finger licking beef dish

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Tucked in a Tortilla bread with sautéed vegetables, side of salad.

So easy and delicious. And can be served at least as different three dishes.

1- Cut the beef in small strips, sautée with olive oil

2- in a seperate pan sautée onions.

3- in a sauce pan add beef broth and 2 Tbl of taco seasoning. Add the beef . Broth should almost cover the entire beef.

4- let it simmer in medium heat. Taste and try the tenderness of the beef, about 20 minutes.

6- take out the beef add the onions.

Seve with rice, or as a burrito with vegetables, or add to salad for more protein.

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Add beef, beef stock, vegetables,and taco seasoning.

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13 Foods that keep us healthy as we Get older

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Breakfast,and healthy small meals- Oatmeal with berries dash of cinnamon, and tumric- yogurt, almond,walnuts, raisins and prunes. Green tea.

Blueberries
antioxidants, are linked to lower risk of heart disease, and blueberries have them more than any other fruits. Add blueberries to cold or hot cereals, and salads.

Raspberries
Great source of antioxidants, this little berry can slow down cognitive aging.

Prunes
It is common knowledge that prunes are full of fiber and help our gastrointestinal system, but they also help bone density,
and protect against osteoporosis. Potassium in prunes, help increase bone mineral density and decrease the risk of bone breakdown.

Cauliflower
Helps boost mind health. All cruciferous veggies including broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale or arugula help with aging with a clear mind.

Tomatoes
Have Antioxidant and lycopene. lycopene helps to protect our skin against damage from UV light. We absorb the lycopene in cooked tomatoes. So add tomato sauce to your pasta.

Yogurt
Great source of calcium, protein, and probiotics. We need all three for healthy bones, strong muscles and healthy gut. Some Greek yogurts have more protein than other yogurts, and taste great in a parfait or as a spread with a favorite jam.

Nuts
Snacking on almonds, pistachios and peanuts may help us live longer. People who regularly eat them have a lower risk of heart disease, cancer and respiratory disease.

Green tea
Rich in antioxidants, drinking green tea can help the skin repair itself from sun damage, pollution, and poor nutrition .

Tumric
potent anti-inflammatory. The cause of painful joints, and arthritis, is inflammation in the cartridge . Add a dash of Tumric to almost anything, not only it adds color to your food it is a also great for you.

Chili peppers
Capsaicin in the peppers helps protect against heart disease. So use it to spice up scrambled eggs chili, taco meat, and salsa.

Whole grain bread
The fiber in grain can help us with depression, cancer and heart disease as we age.

Salmon
Omega-3 fatty acids, we need it to keep our mind sharpe, good for skin, and balance our mood. We can get more calcium my using canned salmon with bones every once in a while.

Eggs
nutrients in the the yolks may help decrease our risk of macular degeneration, and cataracts. And to help our muscles the amino acids found in eggs help rebuild and repair muscle tissue.

 

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