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You Asked: Should I Take Turmeric Supplements?
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So why isn't every doctor from Memphis to Mumbai telling her patients to take a curcumin supplement? First of all, there's no expert consensus on how much of the stuff you'd have to get into your system to see health benefits. Both Aggarwal and Cole ... [...]
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Indian spice may improve food safety, freshness
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This is not news in India, where curcumin is widely used as a medicinal herb. Science, however, has confirmed that the phenolic compounds known as curcuminoids have health benefits and antimicrobial qualities. Choudhary and a collaborative team of SIU ... [...]
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Victoria Derbyshire Speaks Candidly About Hair Loss Following Chemotherapy …
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Victoria Derbyshire has shared a new instalment of her video diary, in which she speaks openly about the hair loss she's suffered, as a result of her chemotherapy. Since being diagnosed with breast cancer in August last year, Victoria has documented ... [...]
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5 Signs You're Suffering From Candida Overgrowth – and What You Can Do About It
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Garlic is a natural anti-fungal that will kill Candida, as is turmeric (also known as curcumin). But the best, most ... High-probiotic foods like kefir, kombucha and yogurt make reaping the benefits of Candida-destroying healthy bacteria both easy and ... [...]
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How to Overcome Anxiety and Depression Naturally This Winter
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For many of us, the cooler months are welcome to give us a break from the hot temperatures of the summer. All too often, depression along with anxiety soon reign in on our lives for a variety of reasons. The days are shorter and the sunlight is ... [...]
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Curcumin Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and …
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Curcumin is used in the treatment of tumors, arthritis, gastric ailments and viral infections .Rising consumer awareness towards health benefits of curcumin and growing demand for curcumin-based nutritional supplements due to increasing consumer ... [...]
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Turmeric and coconut oil — tried and tested remedy for post piercing infection
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Curcumin, a spice found in turmeric is believed to have antibacterial and antioxidant properties, which helps wounds and cuts heal quickly. ... Many mothers prefer to massage babies with coconut oil rather than other essential oils given its rich ... [...]
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Athletes Recovering from Spinal Cord Injury May Potentially Benefit from Curcumin
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Orlando, FL — (SBWIRE) — 12/08/2015 — Curcumin is a popular phytochemical found in the ancient, medicinal spice called turmeric. The use of this phytochemical has been associated with a myriad of health benefits, especially in the possible ... [...]
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Herbs for Brainpower
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Adding herbs like parsley and thyme to your diet might help boost your brainpower, courtesy of apigenin. Apigenin is a flavonoid found in many herbs, including parsley, thyme, and chamomile, and certain other plants like celery and other vegetables. [...]
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9 Spices That May Save Your Life
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"There have been many recent studies validating the historic habit of using spices for health benefits,'' Donna Tainter, author of Spices and Seasonings: A Food Technology Handbook, told the website SixWise.com. Modern science has indeed shown that ... [...]
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Research points to health benefits of turmeric
www.post-gazette.com
The Curcuma longa plant is a member of the ginger family. Curcumin makes up 3.4 percent of the turmeric root-stem or rhizome but provides its color and many of its health benefits. Curcumin is available only as a supplement, or by eating turmeric spice. [...]
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8 Health Benefits of Turmeric: Getting Back to the Roots
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It is a staple in all Indian cooking, with its primary compound curcumin, giving the delectable dishes that lovely yellow tinge, a staining quality that can often turn against us (hint: stained nails after devouring some delicious curry). Coined as the ... [...]
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