Yes, there is. For those who do not know about it, the Indian spice turmeric has a similar nutritional profile to saffron with regards to minerals. This is why I have used turmeric rather than saffron. The other thing that makes turmeric work as a supplement, is the fact that it takes a lot less time to steep. If you are buying turmeric at the store, I would recommend trying it in small amounts like ¼ teaspoon before cooking your dish or use 1-2 teaspoons if you can taste the flavor. I have also used it in Indian cooking for this and other recipes including this one. If you are cooking for an end-of-the-day snack, I would go ahead and use 1 or 2 teaspoons – 1/4 of the total amount.
Do you take your green tea with supplements?
T-Mobile is the first US wireless carrier to offer free international calling for Sprint customers after years of competition between the two US carriers.
As of Tuesday, Sprint subscribers can use a global roaming SIM Card to access call and messaging services in more than 40 countries. Sprint customers on T-Mobile can use the international SIM card for free calling to any international service providers, from AT&T and Verizon to Virgin Mobile, Sprint Nextel and Orange.
The Sprint free international calling offer began January 31, the same day T-Mobile rolled out its T-Mobile One plan (subscribe now if you missed out on T-Mobile One). Sprint launched its international calling program in 2008, but free international calling to any United States carrier started before the move to the Global Internet Protocol (GIP) network. The international-calling program has been around for more than a decade, but is now available on Sprint’s network.
Sprint is joining AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ) in adding more international options since its launch in 2008, including free international calling for Sprint Plus, Sprint Business, Sprint Select, Sprint Business Unlimited, Sprint Nextel, Verizon Wireless and US Cellular.
While those carriers added more international options after the U.S. moved to the GIP network in October 2011, other U.S. carriers are still taking steps to make calls to and from other countries easier or more reliable.
For example, Sprint announced in July that it would add more international calling options to its international calling and messaging apps, including:
Support for calls made on landlines and mobile phones with multiple devices
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