Nurturing The Brain With Turmeric

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It’s difficult to keep track of what foods provide what benefits to your body and brain. There’s not much debate about the advantage of natural over processed, but after that things get murky. Spinach, avocado, berries, apples–they’ve all at certain times been presented as ‘superfoods’ for various life-enhancing reasons, now there’s another.

Turmeric is a popular spice to add to indian meals, it’s an orange-brown color and tastes delicious. Perhaps better than all of that, there is a lot of science pointing to a great many health benefits. Brain Blogger delves in to them:

Among all of curcumin’s properties, its strong anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties pop out. These two properties combined can account for most of its biological actions. Experimental and clinical data have demonstrated time and again that chronic inflammation, oxidative stress, and most chronic diseases are closely associated. This is true for vast number of conditions, including cardiovascular diseases, arthritis, diabetes, pulmonary diseases, cancer, and neurological diseases. Oxidation and inflammation are also the main driving force in aging.

This is, as great as it already sounds, only the tip of the iceberg. Go check out Brain Bloggers full post for all the details.

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