In an interview posted on The Good Men Project’s website about supporting a healthy immune system, I reminded readers that this is also a good time to improve their eating habits.
I grew up eating meals seasoned with turmeric. It is a commonly used spice in Malaysian cuisines. If you make curry, it’s a must-have ingredient. You may have heard that, as with most other herbs and spices, turmeric also supports good health.
Whether you’re a professional athlete or someone just looking to eat healthier, this is a well-balanced, foundational way of eating.
Even the healthiest oils can go bad. I’m not just talking about cooking oil that smells awful after being used to fry fish. I’m talking about oils that are repeatedly heated at restaurants, a practice that may accelerate the formation of potentially carcinogenic compounds.