Why is turmeric so good for you? Watch and learn with Lee HolmesCredit: Lisa Guy
If you want to include more turmeric in your diet but not sure how, EatWell chef and author Lee Holmes has the answer. Lee shares how turmeric helped to heal her autoimmune disease with its powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Plus, learn how turmeric can be used in stir-fries, curries, soups and drink recipes. It really is the perfect spice for your health!
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