The Indian Superfood That Celebrities Love
Don’t let the headlines fool you: Superfood is just a fancy moniker given to basically all those foods that are extremely rich in nutrients and beneficial to health. Indian culture has harnessed the benefits of a plethora of superfoods, the uses of which have been an integral part of our diets since time immemorial. One such celebrated superfood, turmeric, is once again becoming a huge hit, not just in India but also in the West. Our humble turmeric was also named as the ‘breakout star’ ingredient by Google Food Trends. Read on for the super glamourous fan following that this spice has.
Our very own global icon was recently seen singing the praises of haldi in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar. She opened up about using Ubtan (a facemask made with haldi, flour, lemon and yogurt) to maintain that sun kissed glow on her face.
Who better to take beauty tips from than the most beautiful woman in the world? The gorgeous star is all for do-it-yourself homemade tricks. She has gone on record to reveal that the secret behind her supple and ageless skin is achieved by using an simple exfoliating mask of turmeric and gram flour (besan).
Our favourite haldi-doodh has travelled west and gotten a chic makeover to now be called turmeric latte. Gwyneth Paltrow has been raving about her favourite golden milk by sharing the recipe on her website, and has vouched that its anti-inflammatory properties make this soothing and delicious extremely beneficial to your health.
SIR MICHAEL CAINE
Double Oscar winning veteran actor, Michael Caine, who is married to an Indian born lady Shakira, says that his wife introduced him to the wonders of this magical herb. He has included it in his diet to ward off the signs of aging. He even noted the interesting fact that thanks to turmeric which is an integral part of all Indian food, there are way lesser cases of Alzheimer’s reported in India.
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