Benefits of turmeric curcumin supplements


It's time to breakout the shooting star fireworks for an early celebration, folks. The negative so-called health pundits who for decades have tossed the health benefits of Turmeric Curcumin supplements in the trash can, have finally been "put to sea" without a paddle or life jacket. And in case you missed the memo we are about to present a short list of health benefits of Turmeric/Curcumin that should have you scratching your head wondering why you may have never heard this supplement name.

Like many health wonders, turmeric is one of Mother Nature’s most powerful healers of body aches and pain, and the active ingredient in turmeric called curcumin, is the straw that mixes the drink, so to speak. Turmeric, like acupuncture in China and Japan, has been used in India for over 2500 years, where it was initially presumed to be used as a "dye." Yet the medicinal properties of this "spice" have, over the centuries, slowly but surely revealed themselves for its top-notch "anti-inflammatory" properties. More than that recent research calls turmeric a natural wonder, which can produce beneficial treatments of many various health conditions from cancer to Alzheimer's disease. Ergo, if 2500 years of turmeric curcumin experience in solving body conundrums doesn't get your attention, you might as well stop reading this article.

Before presenting some health benefits of T&C supplements, you should know that it can be taken in powder or pill form, and available online or at most quality health food stores usually in capsules of 250-500mg. Just make sure that your bottle verifies that it contains turmeric curcumin as well as what it doesn't contain; think NO milk, sugar, starch, artificial coloring, soy, lactose, gluten, wheat, yeast, fish products, or sodium.

Turmeric Curcumin benefits

Below are the possible reasons why you need to add turmeric-curcumin to your diet:

  • Naturally anti-bacterial, antiseptic, disinfectant
  • Combined with cauliflower it can prevent the growth of prostate cancer
  • Can prevent breast cancer from spreading to lungs in women
  • May prevent melanoma and cause existing cells to commit suicide
  • Reduce the risk of leukemia in children
  • Excellent liver detoxifier
  • Natural painkiller
  • Slows progression of Alzheimer's
  • Speeds up healing of wounds on skin
  • Boosts the effects of chemo drugs and reduces side effects
  • Treats depression
  • May help in weight management
  • Can slow the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Natural treatment for arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Slows the effects of pancreatic cancer
  • Perfect to use as paste on infected insect bites

Once you start using turmeric regularly, you will find you can branch-out with new ways to use it in recipes. Add a pinch of this spice to an egg salad is one way to introduce you to this yellow hue marvel or together with cinnamon. Finally turmeric/curcumin supplements should not be used by those with gallstones or bile obstruction. And pregnant women should consult with a doctor before using turmeric as it may cause uterine stimulation.

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