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Super Food Entry.
I dedicate this submission to my father, Farmer Gene, who loved both growing vegetables and opera. He never lost his inner twelve year old and looked forward to a great guffaw over a pun...the cornier, the better!
Super Food Entry
Curcumin is turmeric’s secret weapon and represents 3% of its total weight.
Due to its curcumin content, the health benefits of turmeric are:
Protects the heart in various ways
Helpful for arthritis
May be helpful for fighting diabetes and cancer
Turmeric is even more powerful with its two best friends!
Do you know BLACK PEPPER & OIL makes turmeric up to 2000% more effective?
Black pepper contains piperine, which dramatically improve the effects of turmeric.
Furthermore, assuming a small amount of oil (of any type) significantly increases the absorption of the active ingredient: curcumin.
For this reason, when you use this spice for cooking or natural beauty recipes, make sure to add a little black pepper & some drops of oil as well.
Super Food Entry
I've illustrated a cheerful group of super food, that tell us with enthusiasm why they're so precious for our nutrition. They are very happy to give us so much health!
I've painted with watercolors and I make some details and text on Photoshop and InDesign.
“Super food entry” Burgers are delicious but even better if you cook them with super food ingredients like sweet potato, black beans and brown rice. You can then add tomato, lettuce or kale, avocado and your favourite sauce to make it full of flavour. As side you can bake some potato wedges to complete a healthy meal.
The Turgeon Brothers restaurants were famous in Buffalo, N.Y., in the 1970s. Among them were the Boardwalk Cafe, the Crouching Lion, the Sign of the Steer and the famous Roycroft Inn, restored now and revered nationwide as home of the Arts and Crafts movement. Buffalonians loved the restaurants for their magnificent Sunday brunch. This is the recipe for the great Turgeon Brothers cheesecake, passed down to me by the daughter-in-law of the chef who used to prepare it.