It can be difficult to find a milk alternative for people who have trouble digesting dairy, but non-homogenized milk can be a good option for people who still want to enjoy dairy without the digestive discomfort.
Non-homogenized milk is milk that has not undergone the homogenization process, which is a mechanical process that breaks up the fat in the milk into smaller particles so that they remain evenly dispersed in the milk. Homogenized milk has a consistent, smooth texture and appearance, but non-homogenized milk separates into cream and milk layers, along with chunks of fat.
Non-homogenized milk is can be easier to digest than homogenized milk. For people with dairy digestion issues, this can be very beneficial. The reason it is easier to digest is because the non-homogenized milk is not broken down into as small particles as it is in the homogenized milk. The fat particles in non-homogenized milk are bigger and more easily digested, which is what reduces the digestive...
Golden milk, also known as turmeric milk, is made by mixing non-homogenized cows milk with turmeric and cardamom. You can also add any other herbs you'd like. Turmeric is not very easily absorbed through digestion, however the bacteria in the cows milk line the gut making it easier to absorb. Adding cardamom and warming the milk reduces the inflammation caused by dairy.
Some of the benefits of turmeric and curcumin include:
Anti-inflammatory properties: Curcumin has potent anti-inflammatory effects, making it a useful ingredient for managing conditions such as arthritis and digestive issues.
Antioxidant benefits: Curcumin has strong antioxidant properties, which can help to protect cells from damage and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.
Cognitive function: Studies have shown that Curcumin may improve cognitive function, particularly in older adults.
Heart health: Curcumin has been shown to have a positive impact on heart health, reducing the risk...
Herb Infused Oil for Dry Skin to Keep Your Skin Soft All Winter.
I love this easy-to-make herb-infused oil for dry skin. This dry skin remedy can be used every night before bed, simply massage into the skin and allow it to soak in all night for soft skin all winter long. Infused with lavender and calendula, I add vitamin E, frankincense essential oil, and sandalwood essential oil to moisturize.
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This oil will leave your skin feeling soft all winter long. It incorporates folk remedies for dry skin but also herbs that have been proven to moisturize the skin. Start by picking a base oil or carrier oil. Personally, for skin I love using sweet almond oil but some people like olive oil, and coconut oil. You can try different oils and see which one feels the best on your skin. Next, add some dried lavender and lavender is proven to moisturize the skin, some calendula which is excellent for the skin and it's excellent...