Anyone cook with yellow Indian spice turmeric? If so, you could unwittingly be protecting yourself from depression and other mental health issues, according to Psychiatry Advisor.
I occasionally cook with it, largely because I have no clue about spices so this one seems as good as any other, and also because of the aforementioned research. I'm a bit sporadic with it, though, so alongside my occasional use of it in cooking I'm going to swallow a flat teaspoon of it every morning for the next month. I'll be gauging its effectiveness by paying attention to my feelings, seeing whether I push myself on to develop more confidence, to see what actually happens if I do build the confidence that I want, and also I'll focus on the same movements at the gym to see it it helps me physically.
Let's not beat around the bush: approaching women makes me so nervous that my knees feel like they're going from under me and I feel like I'm going to puke. So a lot of the time I don't even bother. Now, if Sertraline doesn't do what I want it to, I don't see how a ground-up root is going to do the trick, but who am I to say. Essentially, regardless of anything I put in my body, I need to accept that some women will be happy that I decided to talk to them. But whatever, let's see if turmeric does that.
10-minute cross train
Horizontal dumbell fly
I'll review this in 5 weeks.