Inspired by good friend Lawrence Hunt, and guided by this recipe, I’ve created my own, highly unpalatable version that’s relatively quick and easy to make and has all of the goodness.
According to examine.com, there’s some pretty decent evidence that curcumin, found in turmeric, has beneficial effects on
None of us are getting any younger, aches and pains become the norm as does being a bit of a miserable old git.
Anyway, what you’ll need is
Our blender is from the 1970s as you can see, but I’m sure a 21st century device will work equally well.
Don’t even think about skimping on the gloves. Turmeric is evil. Everything within 3 metres of the preparation area will be stained yellow. Your hands, work surface, clothes, utensils. Everything. The half life is about 24-36 hours.
I have 3-4 teaspoons a day. It’s not very nice, and you definitely wouldn’t eat it for fun. It will stain your teeth yellow for a bit too - try not to smile for a while.
But, hey, who’s to say that living forever was meant to be easy?