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Explore the all natural benefits of implementing turmeric into your daily lifestyle.
Interest in herbal supplements has grown tremendously in recent years to alleviate ailments and boost health — and among the most-discussed is turmeric, a spice acclaimed in Eastern medicine and cuisine dating back to ancient times. Its vibrant yellow color is familiar in foods like curry and cheeses; but not commonly known are the significant health benefits that turmeric delivers.
Derived from the turmeric plant and its roots, this herbal wonder improves a person in body as well as in mind. Perhaps the most-known benefit is that turmeric naturally contains strong anti-inflammatory agents, and is recommended for people suffering from joint pain or consistent arthritis discomfort.
Yet turmeric is not a one-hit wonder. The herb also addresses a number of health needs, including immune supporting immune systems, preventing heart disease, and even slowing the process of aging. Consistent ingestion of turmeric can help skin and hair look better, boost cognitive abilities, or ease symptoms of depression.
The number of health advisors, nutritionists and healthy-eating chefs who swear by turmeric’s beneficial values continues to grow. This is because more and more, people are interested in natural remedies for aches, pains and other ailments, beyond pharmaceuticals or over-the-counter pain pills. If you can get relief or plain feel better from a natural spice, why not try?
Some call turmeric the most effective nutritional supplement ever. This certainly seems validated by numerous studies, including an extensive health report published in October 2017 by MDPI, a top scholarly open-access research organization. That said, what can turmeric do for your health?
The recommendation of turmeric for arthritis is common among natural food diet cooks and nutrition advisors, many who have studied various herbal supplements not only for their impact on taste but also the good things they can do for our bodies.
How does turmeric help reduce inflammation and provide relief from pain? The primary reason is turmeric contains elements of curcumin, a substance with proven properties to prevent inflammation (as well as providing antioxidant and other benefits).
Curcurim has properties for what is called bioactive — meaning having an effect on living molecules. Basically, it has been proven that turmeric is made up in part from compounds that truly carry medicinal value. Turmeric for arthritis (both the rheumatoid as well as the osteoarthritis varieties) is well-accepted as an avenue to remedy the associated pain that burdens longtime sufferers.
Because turmeric as a spice contains low levels of curcumin, to really appreciate turmeric for inflammation and pain, it is recommended to take it in supplement form. Also helpful is to take it with black pepper or fatty meals, which help bodies to better absorb curcumin.
To date, research has indicated the curcumin reduces symptoms of depression, at least in persons already taking antidepressant medication. Other modern research points to turmeric mixed with dietary fiber working to reduce stress.
Perhaps the most significant finding is that curcumin can increase levels in our brains of brain-derived neurotrophic factor, or BDNF, a growth hormone. Brain disorders like depression or Alzheimer’s disease have been tied to reduced levels of this hormone in our brains.
Without getting into fine details, curcumin and the BDNF it contains helps neurons to divide and multiply in adult brains, which can improve conditions with persons suffering from degenerative brain troubles.
Let’s face it, rampant use of chemicals has affected human bodies negatively. Just as chemicals mar the appearance of paint on a car, or fade colors on structures, they can damage tissues on a human body and leave you prone to diseases over time.
Enter antioxidants, which along with what are known as free radicals are part of the natural functioning of our bodies. However, when the amount of these elements get out of whack, something called oxidative stress can surface, cause tissue damage and pose significant health problems. Oxidative damage can speed the aging process and make us vulnerable to diseases.
Antioxidants protect our bodies from an overabundance of free radicals; and the chemical structure of curcumin is known to balance out free radicals and strengthen a body’s antioxidant enzymes. Think of turmeric and curcumin teaming up to boost your body’s defense system.
Heart disease kills more people in the world than any other cause. While causes of heart disease are very complicated to explore, curcumin could help your heart to fend off disease. It involves (once again) curcumin, and blood vessel lining.
In summary, curcumin can improve endothelial function, so much in fact it could be as effective as some recognized prescription drugs. Your endothelium regulates blood pressure, blood clotting and other factors in heart troubles, so curcumin’s positive impact in these areas is significant and provides hope against this global killer.
So along with significant benefits like reducing swelling or slowing down aging, eating foods with turmeric like curry or some mustards, butters or cheeses, this little dietary addition could greatly help your heart long-term.
What are some other health benefits of turmeric? Here are a few, at a glance:
In summary, turmeric indeed is a wonder herb, a dietary supplement that provides real, positive dividends for your health in a number of areas.
(when implementing consistent supplementation)
We understand adding in supplements can be overwhelming, we put together a list of the most common asked questions about our Turmeric below to put your mind at ease.
We feel supplements should be adopted into your daily lifestyle and must be taken consistently for optimal results.
Turmeric’s scientific name is curcuma longa. It’s a rhizome, an underground stem, of a plant that’s in the ginger family. It’s native to India and Southeast Asia, and it’s been used by people of these regions for thousands of years as a food and as a medicine.
Yes, turmeric is entirely natural.
Curcumin is just one chemical isolated or extracted from turmeric, and it gives turmeric its characteristic yellow color. It belongs to a larger family of chemicals called curcuminoids.
Turmeric usually doesn’t cause serious side effects. Some people can experience mild side effects such as stomach upset, nausea, dizziness, or diarrhea. These side effects are however not commonly reported.
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