Turmeric/Curcumin a Heart-Healing Spice

Turmeric, the spice which gives yellow curry powder its distinctive color, contains a compound called curcumin, which has powerful healing potential.

Some researchers believe the predominance of curry in the Indian diet explains why there is so little arthritis or Alzheimer’s disease there, compared with the U.S. Curcumin has a long history as an anti-inflammatory agent in Chinese and Indian medicine, and has proven itself in numerous clinical studies.

As an effective antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound, curcumin helps protect against cancer and enhances cardiovascular health.

Not only does curcumin help support healthy blood pressure and prevent blood clots, but it can raise HDL cholesterol levels by almost 30 percent.

Additionally, researchers in Japan have found that curcumin helps prevent cardiac hypertrophy (enlargement of the heart chambers) associated with heart failure.

Clearly this is another of the healthy herbs and spices you want to consume.

Cook with as much turmeric or curry as you can, and when the opportunity arises, order yellow curry dishes when dining out.

Try adding it to a mug of hot organic milk sweetened with a teaspoon of honey as a healing nightcap.

A lot of people spend so much buying turmeric nutritional supplements. But good thing is we have turmeric in abundance in Nigeria and don’t need to import. Call 08103166689 for your all natural turmeric Powder and other spices.


Francisca Nnanna

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