Carrot Turmeric Soup: A Rheumatoid Arthritis Fighting Soup Recipe

[Recipe] An Anti-Inflammatory Carrot Soup With Turmeric


Carrot Turmeric Soup

What looks more magical on a plate than a combination of carrots and turmeric? Bursting with bright flavors, the two are soulmates. Not only is turmeric so lovely to look at, it’s also used as a clothing dye around the world. Which means treat it with a little reverence. The first time I played with it, I literally grabbed some out of the jar with my hands and showed it to my husband.

“How gorgeous is this?” I asked.

I had a chance to really enjoy the hue for a couple of days, because my fingers were stained bright yellow despite vigorous hand-washing. Being a food writer, I consider things like that to be part of doing business. But I did want to warn any other exuberant cooks meeting turmeric for the first time. You don’t want to look like a bank thief who had a dye pack go off during the course of a robbery.

Turmeric isn’t just good for dyeing things though. It’s also incredibly good for you.

It’s filled with curcumin, which is an anti-inflammatory compound that can help fight rheumatoid arthritis flare-ups. Also, curcumin has many beneficial effects on some of the factors that can create a foundation for fighting heart disease.

Also, carrots are the perfect food in this age of screens and devices. They’re loaded with beta-carotene, which helps promote eye health. They’re also filled with antioxidants, which helps promote good heart health.

So, when you want to celebrate the first signs of spring – this is the perfect meal to place on the table. It’s healthy, and loaded with fresh flavors!

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