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The Turmeric-Cauliflower Flatbread Recipe That Fights Inflammation And Cancer With Every Bite!

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Let me introduce you to the Cauliflower Turmeric Flatbread that fights inflammation and cancer with every bite. The what? Yes! Exactly what I thought when I was introduced to this amazing flatbread. But let me tell you it’s a wonderful, easy to make, low-carb, veggie-packed flatbread that you can easily introduce into your paleo lunch box and replace that bread.

It fights cancer cells with it’s rich Vitamin C properties from the cauliflower and it has great anti-inflammatory and immunity-boosting properties coming from the turmeric which some say turn it into a “superfood”.

Here are some of the other reasons you need to try this flatbread:

  • Naturally gluten-free
  • Full of fiber-rich ingredients that are great for digestion
  • It is Paleo and also an easy meal to make
  • Turmeric gives this flatbread a lovely orange hue.
  • The almond meal injects a strong source of vitamin E, protein and dietary fiber which is fantastic for your digestive system.

With just four ingredients – raw riced cauliflower, eggs, almond meal and turmeric powder, this recipe just takes a couple of minutes to create into your favorite snack and best of all it’s beautiful to taste and it’s grain free.

Imagine digging your teeth into a delicious home made cauliflower flatbread veggie-fuelled lunch maybe with a spread of organic avocado and freshly sliced organic tomatoes, with a pinch of salt and pepper. You could even store it in the refrigerator for up to a week and nibble on it knowing that every bite is fighting on your behalf and taking you closer to a healthy recovery.

There is a special gift waiting for you in the full article including the detailed recipe that you should follow to make your very first homemade turmeric-cauliflower flat bread.

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