Health Benefits of Turmeric(Curcumin)

Turmeric(Curcumin): a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-antioxidant
Turmeric(Curcumin): a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-antioxidant

We have known Turmeric as a dye, a medicine, a spice, a panacea, a pungent flavor, a stain on fingertips, and this root has buried for ages in the tropical soil of South Asia.

Turmeric(Curcumin): a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-antioxidant

An active ingredient found in Turmeric known an curcumin, is a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-antioxidant. Unfortunately, Curcumin is poorly absorbed into the bloodstream. For the proper absorption of its healing compound into the bloodstream it is advised to take this with black pepper.

As inflammation is a major antecedent for a range of illness, the medicinal applications for Turmeric are vast.

TURMERIC(Curcumin) HEALTH BENEFITS

  • Aids digestion and reduces heartburn: Turmeric is an alkalizing food, which helps balance the pH level in the stomach.
  • Fortifies the immune system: Turmeric acts as an excellent anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal that protects our immune system from numerous bacteria, germs, toxins and illnesses.
  • Treats Arthritis: Reduces pain, inflammation and stiffness related to rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and osteoarthritis (OA)
  • Maintains heart health: Turmeric helps dilate the arteries which allows for a smoother flow of blood through the heart and arteries.

Turmeric is ubiquitous in Indian Cooking. In other parts of the world, incorporating turmeric into daily regime requires some thoughtful innovation. A great way to do this is by making Turmeric Tea a part of your morning daily ritual. Here are some other more innovative ways to use turmeric(curcumin);a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-antioxidant:

Ground turmeric

  1. Blend it into smoothies: use 1 teaspoon for a subtle turmeric hit. Try CARROT GINGER TURMERIC SMOOTHIE
  2. Add 1-2 teaspoons to any soup recipe.
  3. A natural in curries, turmeric brings warm flavors to any curry or stew.
  4. Add It To Your Morning ACV
  5. Mix It Into Oatmeal.
  6. Add A Dash To Scrambled Eggs or Tofu.
  7. In Homemade Hummus.
  8. Over Roasted Veggies.
  9. Add to Milk (Golden Milk Ayurvedic Recipe)

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