Age-related cerebrovascular dysfunction, conditions affecting the blood vessels of the brain, is epidemic in our culture. But now, promising findings of a recent study suggest curcumin may be an effective solution.
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...
Here are four ways you can naturally reduce overall inflammation in your body and thus reduce chronic pain.
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...
The compound curcumin within turmeric is likely nature's most powerful alternative to these five over-the-counter medications.
Discoveries of turmeric’s multiple health benefits have generated much public interest, but some may wonder how including the spice in the diet compares to taking the supplement. Here are some factors to consider.
Many of you have had a loved one who suffered the horrific effects of chemotherapy only to later succumb to cancer. An exciting discovery gives hope that a natural alternative may be more effective than chemotherapy yet have no side effects.
Sometimes eating certain botanicals together is more beneficial than eating them singly. Such is the case with turmeric and plant-based omega-3 fatty acid foods, as the spice boosts absorption of the healthful fat. In addition, eating turmeric with any type of omega-3 food might delay the onset or prevent type 2 diabetes.
A review of seven multi-benefit natural alternatives to chemical-laden medications that can help you take back your health.
Turmeric, ginger and boswellia are three herbs that have the anti-inflammatory properties found in "non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs” (NSAIDs), but without the negative side-effects.