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Medicinal Gluten Free Granola-Turmeric Cinnamon, Date, Cacao, Elderberry.

Turmeric, my go to nutrient at the moment as I fight off a possible viral infection. I've been using it in many of my recipes recently including golden mylk, Dahl, chia pots, raw salads, and now have managed to sneak it in to my granola regime. The active ingredient of turmeric is curcumin which contains potent antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It is adaptogenic, thermogenic, aids digestion, and promotes healthy liver, immune, and joint function. It is also undergoing many clinical trials to examine its neuro-protective properties for use in Alzheimer and dementia treatments. With so many benefits its a great spice to add to your diet every day to increase the nutrient dens

EAT SEASONALLY to support optimal immunity.

All delicious things are wild and free! I have been busy making wild pesto with nettles, wild garlic leaves, and dandelion leaves, all of which are in season now, and are wonderful foods to support seasonal spring cleaning. Spring is a time of renewal and energy and liver cleansing plants and herbs are springing up everywhere. Nettle, garlic, and dandelion all support the liver to rid the body of toxins. Nettles are also a natural anti-histamine and so great for preventing hay fever symptoms, which more and more people are suffering from these days. I drink nettle tea at this time of year daily. I used to suffer terribly but now I get mild if any symptoms at all. An anti-inflammatory

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