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I’ve noticed something that helps for my sleep so I’m go

LollyNews's picture

I’ve noticed something that helps for my sleep so I’m going to share. Turmeric root. I get it from Amazon. They look like little worms. I peel it and eat it like a carrot at night. This is an anti-inflammatory so I think that it helps because of that. 1/2 a bulb. Then put the rest in a ziplock bag in freezer for later.
I add this to all of the other things that I do for sleep. And I’ve noticed every time that I take this without being too full of food as well, that I sleep much better.
Slept 10 hrs because I was so relaxed.
Sleep helps with weight loss Because it balances your hormones and gives us an overall feeling of well-being.
Jumped out of bed feeling great. So I had to share this. Does this make any sense to you? Any questions? Hope it helps.

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MissSkye's picture
Nov 22

Hi Lolly, that sounds great. It has alot of great benefits. I have heard of tumeric but I haven't never tried it. I will be having a small Thanksgiving dinner my son and his gf will be there. Then I am organizing things at work for Thanksgiving and Christmas so that got me really busy. I usually send most of the leftovers home with my son lol. My Thanksgivings are usually stress free so I enjoy the day with my son and his guests. We all usually go for walks after we eat and then it is usually clean up time. The holidays are only one time a year. Thanks and I hope you get to enjoy Thanksgiving too.

Mother1985's picture
Nov 26

Turmeric is really good for diabetics. It helps lower the blood sugar naturally instead of taking insulin. If you aren't diabetic, make sure you have something sugary like a piece of candy if you start feeling weak or light headed.

Nov 27

One other thing to note about turmeric is that it is better absorbed in supplement form. Specifically, forms that are hydro-soluble.


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