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Curcumin Health Benefits

3 Reasons Why Turmeric Is Called 'Kitchen Gold'
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Because of it's rich nutrients and how they literally heal the body, you'll be rich in health if you have turmeric around. Here's 3 ... Some evidence of turmeric's anti-cancer properties includes a 2008 study, showing that curcumin could interfere with ... [...]
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The Health Benefits Of Curry Powder
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Curry powder is a medicinal superfood, it is packed with healthy spices. Turmeric is the spice that gives curry its yellow characteristics. Studies show that turmeric's active compound, curcumin blocks several inflammatory chemicals reducing ... [...]
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Benefits Of Turmeric: It May Help Control Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
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According to the researchers, a chemical called curcumin can help tackle drug-resistant tuberculosis. Curcumin is a chemical that naturally occurs in turmeric and is known to possess anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties. In addition, it is a ... [...]
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Arjuna Invests US$1.5M in Proactive Curcumin Research
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Arjuna Natural Ltd. is investing more than 10% of its total turnover in a clinical research program to explore the health benefits of its turmeric curcumin, a potent antioxidant, and other new healthy ingredients, all to be launched in 2016. This ... [...]
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Good choices: Savor the flavor of eating right
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Herbs and spices help us to use less salt (sodium) and have been shown to possess health benefits of their own. Here are ... Turmeric, for example, contains a chemical called curcumin that appears to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects in ... [...]
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Use turmeric or haldi to deal with tuberculosis
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Turmeric or Haldi, comes with a lot of health benefits. From preventing ... In Asia, turmeric is already used to treat many health conditions, and it has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and perhaps even anticancer properties, the study pointed out ... [...]
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How to eat yourself young
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Curcumin, the active component of turmeric, is particularly effective at mopping up cellular damage. Telomeres and DNA ... Their health-conferring benefits depends on the amount that you consume and their bioavailability. To have a good effect, they ... [...]
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Curcumin supplement reduces muscle damage post-exercise: Human data
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Participants were randomly assigned to receive either the oral curcumin supplementation (Longvida 400 mg/day) or placebo for two days and then participate in a leg press exercise. They were followed for a further four days. Results showed that both ... [...]
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Arjuna Natural invests in turmeric curcumin research
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Arjuna Natural is investing more than 10% of its total turnover in a clinical research programme to explore the health benefits of its turmeric curcumin, a potent antioxidant, and other new healthy ingredients, all to be launched in 2016. By Julian Gale. [...]
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Maple Syrup Shows Promise Against Alzheimer's
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"Natural food products such as green tea, red wine, berries, curcumin, and pomegranates continue to be studied for their potential benefits in combatting Alzheimer's disease. And now, in preliminary laboratory-based Alzheimer's disease studies, ... [...]
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Arjuna commits to $1.5m investment in curcumin research
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Arjuna has revealed plans to invest more than 10% of its turnover in clinical research to explore the health benefits of a number of new, healthy ingredients to be launched this year – including a $1.5m investment in studies on turmeric curcumin alone. [...]
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Proactive curcumin research
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Arjuna Natural Ltd is investing more than 10% of its total turnover in a clinical research programme to explore the health benefits of its turmeric curcumin, a potent antioxidant, and other new healthy ingredients, all to be launched in 2016. This ... [...]
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