Discover How to Use Turmeric to Remove Unwanted Hair
These four methods will show you how to use turmeric, the Indian spice, in a face mask for hair removal purposes: Turmeric for hair removal mask No. 1 Ingredients • ½ cup of milk • ½ cup of flour • 2 tablespoons of turmeric powder • 1 teaspoon of salt Method 1.
Flax Milk: The Plant-Based Milk That Is Rich with Benefits
Some of the most popular dairy-free milks today include soy milk, almond milk, oat milk, cashew milk, rice milk, and coconut milk. While all of these milks have their benefits, another healthier and lesser-known alternative you can try is flax milk or flaxseed milk.
Depressed? This Turmeric Lemonade Will Help Beat the Blues
One such is turmeric , a marvelous spice that can aid in the fight against many different diseases such as: skin cancer, stomach disorders, arthritis, diarrhea, liver disorders, and jaundice.
Turmeric is as Effective as 14 Other Drugs Combined
You are probably aware that turmeric is one of the most potent superfoods you could possibly get your hands on. But did you know that turmeric is actually roughly as potent as many kinds of medication?
Turmeric Stains Are Such a Nuisance! Learn to Remove Them
It’s no secret that cooking with turmeric is a risky business. One wrong move, and you’ll have a bright yellow stain on your T-shirt, the kitchen counter, or even cooking utensils. Turmeric stains can be quite stubborn, so much so that turmeric is frequently used as a dye.
Turmeric Ginger Tea Is Incredibly Powerful - Learn More
Turmeric ginger tea is made by brewing turmeric powder and ginger root together in hot water. Both of these ingredients are normally used individually for their nutritional and medicinal effects, but they become even more powerful when they’re combined together.
15 Health Reasons to Put Turmeric on Your Shopping List
It's amazing what just a teaspoon of turmeric, mixed with the right ingredients, can do. But beyond these uses, old and wise men and women, through the centuries, have come up with great home remedies using turmeric.
Joke: The Baby's Milk
You don't have any milk!" The woman responds with a wry grin, "Well of course I don't." "Why is that?" Asks the doctor in surprise. "Well, I'm his aunt, but I'm SURE GLAD I brought him in today!" Joke: The Baby's Check-Up joke A woman went into a doctor's office with a baby.
Is Drinking Milk Dangerous For Women?
Do you take your coffee with milk, or eat cereal with milk every morning? Many women do, but according to new research, including cow’s milk in your diet daily may not be as good for you as you’d expect, dramatically increasing women’s risk of breast cancer.
These Animals Produce Milk, But They're NOT Mammals
Knowing this, you'll surely be surprised to learn that there are animals outside of this class that still produce milk. Learn about 6 of such animals in this fascinating video...
Who Shouldn't Consume Turmeric? Find Out Here
We've all heard about the benefits of turmeric. But just because something is natural and plant-based it doesn't mean that it is necessarily safe. In fact, if you are pregnant, have gallstones or are susceptible to kidney stones you may want to reduce turmeric consumption.
Warning! Some Turmeric Manufacturers Add Lead to the Spice
The source of this mass lead poisoning was turmeric, a culinary staple in Bangladesh. This prompted a new study, where the researchers tested a total of 524 samples from 9 of the major turmeric manufacturing districts across the country.
The Best Plant Milks For Every Task
Plant milks, such as almond milk, oat milk, the now-classic soy milk, and others have experienced a rapid rise in popularity worldwide. People switch to plant milk for health reasons, moral reasons and just for the heck of it, and who are we not to encourage experimentation?
Once and For All: Is Milk Bad For You?
Milk is one of those polarizing subjects. Some say it’s a healthy, protein-rich drink packed with vitamins and minerals, while others are convinced that it’s deadly, cancer-causing poison.
Unusual Milk Varieties and Their Many Interesting Uses
Cow's milk is the most widespread type of milk derived from an animal, but it's hardly the only popular milk variety.
Pros and Cons – Which Milk is Best for You?
Organic milk: This kind of milk is produced by cows that are given organic food and mostly roam freely and graze on pesticide-free grass. The cows are not treated with any synthetic hormones to increase milk production but the milk itself is still pasteurized.
Hilarious! Would You Like a Glass of Milk?
In this hilarious Just For Laughs Gags, the newest craze is the new dairy milk that comes from dogs! But what will people's reactions be when they try this milk and see that it came from a dog?
Clearing the Air on Soy Milk: Healthy or Harmful?
As more and more people decide to drink soy and plant-based milks instead of cows' milk, we decide that it would be good to get the real low down on the health benefits, or dangers, of soy.
WATCH: Does Milk Affect the Health Benefits of Coffee?
One of the arguments that people have in this regard is whether adding milk to it negates its positive health effects. In addition, does it make a difference whether you add regular or soy milk to it?
Delicious and Healthy Goat's Milk Is the New Dairy King
Nutritional Value of Goat’s Milk Though the West consumes cow’s milk (and suffers the attendant inflammatory issues), much of the rest of the world consumes goat’s milk for its tremendously rich nutritional values.
QUIZ: What Do You Know About MILK?
Content QUIZ: What Do You Know About MILK? quiz What do you know about milk and dairy?
Which Type of Milk Would Work Best for YOU?
If you go to a grocery store these days, you'll find a huge variety of milk substitutes, the most popular ones being almond, soy, and oat milk. But are any of these alternative milk varieties superior to dairy milk?
Rude: The Milk Farmer Is Thrilled with His New Equipment
A farmer ordered a hi-tech milking machine. Since the equipment arrived when his wife was out of town, he decided to test it on himself first. So, he inserted his 'manhood' into the equipment, turned on the switch, and everything else was automatic.
This Soft Japanese Milk Bread Just Melts in the Mouth
The soft and incredibly fluffy Japanese Milk Bread or “Hokkaidō milk bread” is known for its feathery center and its slightly milky flavor. What’s more, it’s really easy to make at home! Just follow this recipe and make this flavorful milk bread which literally melts in your mouth.