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Turmeric and coconut oil — tried and tested remedy for post piercing infection
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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Curcumin Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and …
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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The State of the Curcumin Market
Interestingly, even though its place in the Ayurvedic pantheon of herbs is well-established, low consumer awareness of curcumin's health benefits in India results in the majority being exported to North America and Europe. As often happens when an ... [...]
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10 Superfoods to eat now by Nutritionist Christine Bailey
This fabulous spice has been used for thousands of years to boost health as well as add flavour to meals. Curcumin, the active compound found in turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It has been studied for its benefit for healthy ... [...]
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Curcumin Alzheimer’s Disease -Mary S. Easton UCLA Alzheimer Translation Center
India has a low incidence and prevalence of Alzheimer's, which may be related to genetics or a particular intake of specific foods. Some people attribute the low incidence of Alzheimer's to a high intake of turmeric in Asia. As turmeric contains an average of 5-10% curcumin, the daily intake of curcumin is approximated in India is thought to be about 125 mg. Importantly in cooking curries, curcumin is often dissolved and extracted into fat, eg. ghee, which may increase its bioavailability. [...]
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Food and herbs to support brain functions and prevent cancer
Another herb that has shown positive results in slowing or reversing cancers and neural degeneration is curcumin, which is derived from turmeric. Curcumin contains a compound called ... Other research listed in Dr. Mercola's article asserts omega-3 ... [...]
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Can there be too much cancer screening? Concord Hospital, Sen. Ayotte tackle …
That group, formed in 1984 to help guide health care practitioners, proposed downgrading its recommendation for breast cancer screenings for women aged 40 to 49 who are not at high risk of getting the disease. Based on past ... Notably, Gilbert Welch ... [...]
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How to Overcome Anxiety and Depression Naturally This Winter
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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Global Breast Cancer Treatment Market to Reach $17.2 Billion by 2021
The global breast cancer therapeutics market is set to increase in value from $10.4 billion in 2014 to $17.2 billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 7.3%, according to GBI Research. The company's latest report states that this strong growth will be primarily due ... [...]
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Spice up your life
Last October, researchers from Saint Louis University in the US identified curcumin - a chemical contained in the curry spice turmeric - as showing promise in treating liver damage from an advanced form of an obesity-related disease known as "fatty ... [...]
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Breast cancer treatment market to reach $17.2b by 2021, says GBI Research
Furthermore, Deekshita Allavarapu, Analyst for GBI Research, says that the introduction of several new therapies will help to drive breast cancer treatment market growth by 2021. Allavarapu explains: “In terms of upcoming breast cancer treatments, the ... [...]
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Indian spice may improve food safety, freshness
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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