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A new study finds curcumin, a component of the spice turmeric, may be a potent depression fighter. The latest evidence adds to the results of a 2014 study that showed the spice was as effective as the antidepressant Prozac. Since prescription drugs for the disorder have been linked to serious problems like suicidal thoughts...
In recent decades, scientists have found curcumin, the constituent of turmeric that imparts the characteristic yellow color, has value for dementia, depression, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, cancer and more.
Don’t let the reports of impurities dissuade you from cooking with turmeric, as it is truly a wonder spice, filled with powerful health-enhancing properties. Even if you take a supplement that is standardized to contain 95 percent curcumin, it is also beneficial to include the spice in your diet. A nice bonus is that...
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