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Turmeric Strikes at ‘Root Cause’ of Cancerous Tumor Development, Study Finds

by ELIZABETH RENTER Turmeric is known for a wide range of benefits, one of the most promising being it’s potential uses in the prevention and treatment of cancer. A new study published in the journal Cancer Letters has taken a new look at the active anti-cancer component in turmeric—curcumin—and found that it can strike at the ‘root cause’ of cancerous tumor formation. The conventional school of thought has always assumed cancer cells self-renew, that the cells… … Keep Reading

This Is What Happens To Your Body If You Eat 1 Teaspoon of Turmeric Every Day

A teaspoon of turmeric a day keeps inflammation, toxins, pain, and cancers at bay. In India, turmeric has been used and crowned the “Queen of all Spices” for over 2500 years. Although it was first used as a dye, over the centuries its true healing powers slowly came to light. Long known for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and detoxing properties, recent studies reveal how this natural wonder can treat diseases such… … Keep Reading

Use Turmeric Before Ever Swallowing Another Ibuprofen Again

Turmeric has proven itself more to be more than just effective in cooking, but as a natural pain reliever as well! Turmeric has been proven recently in a study to beat ibuprofen for arthritis of the knee! An extremely exciting new clinical trial published recently in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine has revealed that an effective natural alternative to the popular painkiller ibuprofen exists for the treatment of… … Keep Reading

Study Shows How Your Brain Physically Changes When You Consume Turmeric

Turmeric is often deemed as some kind of ‘miracle’ spice, which is reinforced by more than 600 confirmed benefits which have been found through experimentation and thorough testing. This fact is largely attributed to curcumin as the primary source of this, but did you know the whole turmeric could actually help with brain regeneration? Aromatic-turmerone is a fat-soluble component of turmeric which has been tested on adult rats and for its… … Keep Reading

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