New Year New You with Turmeric Golden Paste

2016 – Make this Your Year!

Turmeric is a really good incentive to overhaul your health issues, and those of your pets.

It’s ONE tool in the First Aid kit for Good Health.

I found turmeric when it helped my hubby with his chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. I learned in the Turmeric User Group on Facebook that turmeric is a great preventative for cancer and Alzheimer’s  – both run in my family so I started myself on turmeric too. Then I began to reap other benefits and now there is no way I would go without my daily Golden Paste.

New Year New You with Turmeric Golden Paste

If you want the best results possible, overhaul your diet:

Cut the Inflammatories

  • Trans fats, Saturated fats, High Omega 6 oils (rice bran, canola, soy, sunflower, veg oils etc)
  • Processed foods (white bread, cakes, basically anything that comes out of a packet and a lot of things that come out of cans)
  • Sugar
  • Alcohol

These food items will not only aggravate arthritic conditions but can also cause inflammation of the cells in the blood vessels.

Drink more Water and Exercise

Your body is a finely crafted machine; keep it running with quality fuel and give it a good run (or brisk walk, or whatever you can manage) as often as you can, to ‘clear the exhaust’ (staying with the car analogy) 😀


On the TUG Facebook Group and Turmeric Life we love to help you on your journey towards a healthier, happier you. Pets too! 😀

BUT the one who can help you the most is yourself!

Ready to start on your Journey? Learn more about turmeric below:

Just starting out – Click HERE

How to make Golden Paste – Turmeric Golden Paste

Guide for Humans – Turmeric Dosage & more….

The Basics – Why turmeric, oil, pepper?

Guide for Animals – Turmeric for Animals

A special New Years message from Jill Moore (trusted TUG Admin)

Have you experienced Turmeric Health Benefits since starting on your turmeric journey? What has been your biggest surprise?

Written by Doug English BVSc
From a pioneering farming family in Malanda, Atherton Tableland, North Queensland, Australia. After high school in Cairns I attended Gatton Agricultural College to study agriculture and after graduation went on to the University of Queensland Veterinary Science faculty where I graduated in 1974 and went into rural practice at Moree NSW. Then I did a few years with the South Australian Department of Agriculture as a livestock advisor mainly involved in the eradication of Brucellosis and tuberculosis in the cattle herds. This was followed by about 20 years in mixed farm/equine/pets at Wyong, NSW Central Coast, then managed a large thoroughbred stud at Scone (Kia-Ora) before returning back to Cairns, North Queensland to have my own mixed practice on the Northern Beaches for around 15 years. Now living on the Gold Coast in a farm/equine practice and researching turmeric growing and manufacturing health products from this wonderful plant.