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Claire Chitham


The next time you see this gnarled-looking root in the vege shop, don’t walk past it. Chuck it in your basket instead because fresh turmeric is one of the most medicinal spices you can add into your food.

The rhizome (root) can be crushed, chopped or grated into curries, soups, stir-fry's and stews or made into a delicious turmeric latte. It’s also pretty damn fantastic added fresh or powdered into treats, such as coconut ice cream with manuka honey.

There are many health benefits of turmeric because of the way it so effectively gets rid of inflammation in the body. This means it’s a great way to heal and seal the gut, boost immunity, create a stronger digestive system and protect your joints.

In Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric has been used for centuries as a treatment for inflammatory joint diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis. Regularly eating turmeric is also a good way to naturally improve inflammatory skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis.

In India, turmeric paste has been used for centuries as a skin food and topical application because of its healing properties. It’s nature’s oldest anti-ageing secret because it flushes your blood, detoxifies your liver and leaves your skin looking smooth, supple and radiant.

Scientific research is also proving the incredible medicinal power of turmeric, thanks to its curcuminoids. These compounds, found in turmeric, are full of antioxidants that protect cells from free radical damage and can improve memory.  These same compounds also help to activate powerful enzymes that detoxify and cleanse the liver, as well as encouraging healthy heart function.

There’s also lots of exciting research being done into curcuminoids, their anti-carcinogenic properties and how they may inhibit the growth of certain cancers.

In fact, there's so many cool things you can do with turmeric and so many awesome tips about its health benefits that we'll be sharing a whole lot more on this much-loved root. Stay tuned. 


Claire Chitham


What’s The Difference Between Himalayan Salt and Sea Salt?

Pink Himalayan salt is a rock salt mined from the Himalayas in Pakistan at a depth of 1500 metres. Some of these salt mines are part of a salt range as old as 800 million years, which means pink himalayan salt is a totally naturally occurring salt. By contrast, celtic sea salt is another ancient salt that is comparable to Himalayan salt in its health benefits. Celtic sea salt is naturally harvested in Brittany, France near the Celtic Sea. It’s gathered by salt farmers using the same method as 2,000 years ago by hand raking the moist salt crystals across the clay and sand that lines the salt fields.

What Are The Health Benefits Of Himalayan Salt and Sea Salt?

Known as “pink gold” because it is so good for you, pink Himalayan salt contains all of the 84 trace minerals found in your body. This means himalayan salt has many health benefits including promoting healthy pH balance in your cells (particularly your brain cells), allowing for better blood sugar health, ensuring food is properly absorbed in the intestinal tract and even helping to regulate sleep. As a good natural source of sodium, it helps to control muscle contractions, nerve transmissions and heart functions.

Celtic sea salt is another “living” salt with an incredible nutritional profile. Some of the health benefits of Celtic sea salt include its ability to alkalise the body, support better immunity, increase energy and help to provide an electrolyte balance. Like Himalayan salt, it is also excellent for preventing muscle cramps.

Why Are Himalayan Salt and Sea Salt A Good Substitute For Table Salt?

Table “salt” is manufactured by taking natural salt and heating it to very high temperatures. During this process, the chemical composition is completely altered and all of the nutritional benefits are destroyed. Table salt then has other ingredients added, such as anti-caking chemicals, iodine, MSG or white sugar to stabilise the iodine and aluminium derivatives. If you are concerned about your iodine levels, there’s lots of natural supplements you can take and ways you can get more iodine into you through the foods that you eat. We’ll bring you more ideas on this in an upcoming blog.

A Grain Of Salt: Not all salts are created equal. Claire reveals her favourite salt. 


Claire Chitham

Every Day Goodness: Apple Cider Vinegar is one of those awesome products you can use every day.

Every Day Goodness: Apple Cider Vinegar is one of those awesome products you can use every day.

There are so many health benefits to apple cider vinegar (ACV) - which is why we reckon this bottle of this liquid gold is a total pantry staple. The Good For You crew love ACV because there are so many apple cider vinegar benefits from helping our skin to glow to keeping our tummies and digestive system healthy and regular. We enjoy using ACV every day in a multitude of ways - from simple salad dressings to a refreshing apple cider vinegar drink that combines it with sparkling water. Here’s 10 good reasons to start using ACV every day.

1.   Improve your gut health + get rid of reflux
Drinking diluted apple cider vinegar a few times a day is one good-for-you natural remedy to improve your digestion and reduce acid reflux, which results when there’s too much acid in the stomach. It’s a good one for staying regular.

2.   Stop those sugar spikes
Drinking apple cider vinegar helps to lower blood sugar levels by moderating insulin. Many studies have shown it's effective for increasing insulin sensitivity when eating a high carbohydrate meal. So the next time you carbo-load, try this remedy.

3.   Get rid of joint pain
Mineral deficiencies can exacerbate joint pain and arthritis. Apple Cider Vinegar contains calcium, magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus and because it improves gut health, it helps you properly absorb the nutrients that you need. to combat the pain.

4.   Make a natural mouthwash
Apple cider vinegar’s multiple health benefits are because of its acetic acid content. A diluted version it is an effective natural mouthwash and gargling it can help to reduce bad breath.

5.   Get rid of the sniffles
Apple cider vinegar has antibacterial properties so it’s good for fighting infections. Gargling it is also a great way to ease a sore throat and help the body break up mucous. Just mix about one-third of a cup of ACV with warm water as needed.

6.   Calm acne + skin irritations
When you get a pimple just before that big night out or presentation,  a dab of apple cider vinegar overnight calms acne and skin irritations fast. Try applying a little directly to the irritated area or soak in a bath with one cup of vinegar added.

7.   Get shiny hair
In a bid to use natural-only products, we discovered apple cider vinegar is a great hair conditioner that makes your mane shine. Take an old shampoo bottle fill it with ½ tablespoon of ACV and 1 cup of cold water. Pour the solution through your hair after shampooing. Voila!

8.   Make a natural room freshener
Using ACV as a cleaner is a great way to detoxify your home and leave the bathroom smelling fresh. You can mix 1/2 cup of ACV with one cup of water and use the solution to clean kitchen surfaces, glasses and mirrors.

9.   De-Flea your pets
When summer hits, flea season is here and our pets in the Good For You crew are benefit from being sprayed with one part water and one part vinegar. You gotta be persistent and do it every day for a week but if you saturate the entire coat each time, it banishes those fleas!

10Enjoy an energy boost
Apple cider vinegar contains potassium and enzymes to help banish fatigue. Plus, its amino acids may help prevent the buildup of lactic acid in your body.

GFU Top Tip: Opt for a raw, unfiltered, organic brand from your local health food store (we love Bragg or Ceres Organics) because they contain “mother”. This is what makes apple cider vinegar a magic cure-all because “mother” contains proteins, enzymes and beneficial bacteria that give the vinegar a murky, cobweb-like appearance.

Got a great way you like to enjoy the health benefits of apple cider vinegar? Share what's #goodforyou and tag us on Facebook or Instagram so we can all learn from each other too.