Nuferm is all about improving gut health and gelatine does just that, restores a damaged gut lining and strengthens an impaired gut barrier. It’s like a homemade chewable vitamin minus the additives and artificial colours.
Turmeric gummies are definitely one of my favourite flavours. More and more new facts are now becoming available about the health benefits of using spices in our food with each and every one holding its own unique healing properties some more potent than others such as Turmeric. This ancient spice has gained world renowned praise for its natural anti-inflammatory benefits. Additionally turmeric is known as a potent anti-septic, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial relieves bloating and nausea. It may sound a strange combination to blend turmeric with black pepper, but this enhances the absorption of turmeric by 2000% making it one of the most effective all natural anti-inflammatory healers. All the more reason to be stacking up on gummies this festive season.
- 1.5 cup unsweetened coconut milk
- 2 tbsp. premium grass fed gelatin (I use Changing Habits Gelatin)
- 1 tbsp. good quality powdered turmeric
- 1.5 tbsp. 100% pure maple syrup
- Pinch of freshly ground pepper
Pour coconut milk into a small saucepan, sprinkle over gelatin and leave for 5 minutes to ‘bloom’ (You will notice after a few minutes a maze like appearance). Turn on low heat and stir until gelatine has dissolved. Turn off heat and stir in maple syrup. Pour into a greased baking dish/glass container or silicon moulds and refrigerate until set. This takes about 4-6 hours, best kept in the fridge overnight. Slice in squares and keep refrigerated for 7 days.