Category Archives for Turmeric

Inflammation – The Not So Silent Killer, and How to Reduce It

Inflammation is literally a killer. Most of us think of inflammation as something that happens when a wound gets infected, or a joint hurts. This is true, but it’s like comparing an ice cube to an iceberg. Inflammation is a persistent and constant companion that nearly all humans live with every day, though they may […]

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Combining Natural Supplements for a Healthier Life

There are only so many supplements that you can take. Ideally, living a perfect life with a perfectly balanced diet, with a great exercise routine, no stress at all, no exposure to toxins and a perfect amount of sleep would eliminate the need for any supplements whatsoever. That being said, the fantasy world where you […]

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Promote Hair Growth with Turmeric

There are a lot of ways that Turmeric can help you. We can list the many ways it helps to fight inflammation, helps restore your digestive tract, helps reduce inflammation, reduces memory loss, and improves mood, but in this article,we are going to focus on one not-often-talked-about but very interesting effect of taking Turmeric, and […]

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Turmeric—The Golden Spice and Its Value to Your Health

Turmeric, also known as Indian saffron or “the golden spice,” has been widely used across South Asia, the Middle East,and Africa for the last 2,000 years. Multiple cultures are known to have used it for various medicinal purposes as far back as 250 BC, but documentation of turmeric in religious practices in India dates back […]

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Ginger and Turmeric… a Smart Match!

Oftentimes, people focus on just one type of supplement that they have heard of which is the end-all and be-all—that one amazing food or supplement that will fix all of their problems. This is understandable, as when you read about health and supplements, articles tend to focus on one subject so as to go in […]

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Cooking Intelligently with Turmeric

In case you didn’t know, turmeric, or Curcumalonga, is a perennial flowering plant of the ginger family. Its native habitat is the Indian subcontinent, and it’s the spice that gives curry its yellow color. Though it’s typically used in spicy foods, turmeric isn’t spicy in and of itself. It does,however,begin to break down after excessive […]

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Fight Anxiety and Depression with Turmeric

Nearly 7 percent of U.S. adults have major depressive episodes each year, and nearly half of those are also diagnosed with anxiety disorder… and that’s just the statistics on the people who seek treatment. There are many ways to treat depression and anxiety, but there is a great one that you can add to your […]

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