The Benifits of Turmeric in Cancer Treatment

Turmeric Cancer Treatment.

Turmeric is Useful in Cancer Treatment. Research also found several other benefits derived from the curcumin compound in turmeric. It can Turmeric Cancer Treatment.inhibit the proliferation of cancer cells. One professor at MD Anderson in Texas, studied the effect of turmeric on cancer. He said that from all the studies he and his team made, there is no kind of cancer cell that has not been affected by curcumin. This can attest to the effectiveness of turmeric in cancer treatment and prevention.

This was demonstrated in a study involving breast cancer cells, classified as triple negative. This type of breast cancer has very poor prognosis. In the study, triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) cells were exposed to curcumin...

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Turmeric Antioxidant Benefits

Turmeric Antioxidant Benefits.

Turmeric Antioxidant Benefits.

Curcumin in turmeric is a powerful antioxidant. The main function of antioxidants is to protect the cells from damage caused by free radicals. These are molecules that come from various sources. Free radicals may come from normal metabolic processes such as fat metabolism. These may also come from protein breakdown during growth, repair, etc. Exposure to stress can also promote the formation of free radicals. Medications and exposure to chemicals also cause increase in the formation of free radicals. Even the simple digestion of food, muscle activity and all other normal body activities can release free radicals.

Free radicals also react with the vital organic compounds in the body such as proteins, DNA and fatty acids...

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Healthy Recipes To Get More Turmeric Into Diet

Turmeric Recipes For Health

Here are a few healthy recipes to help get more turmeric into the diet.Turmeric Recipes For Health

Recipe #1: Creamy Turmeric Tea           

Ingredients:

  • ½ teaspoon of turmeric powder or grated turmeric root
  • 1 cup of almond milk or coconut milk
  • ½ inch of ginger root, chopped finely
  • Pinch of cayenne pepper
  • 1 ½ teaspoon of cinnamon or any natural sweeteners like honey

Preparation:

  1. Gently warm the almond or coconut milk in a pot over low heat.
  2. Mix turmeric, ginger root, sweetener and pepper.
  3. Gently pour a small amount of milk to the spice mix.
  4. Mix well until no lumps are present. Add the rest of the milk. Mix well.
  5. Strain into a mug and drink.

Recipe # 2: Refreshing Turmeric Juice

Ingredients:

  • 3-5 cups coconut water
  • 1/2 cup fresh ginger slices
  • 1/8 cup lime juice, adjust per taste
  • 1 tablespoon groun...
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Health Benefits Of Turmeric

For the last 4,000 years, turmeric is used as part of natural healing practices for numerous conditions. In recent decades, research has found that there is a scientific basis for the traditional medicinal use of turmeric. Numerous studies have found that turmeric contains an abundant supply of various compounds that can reduce inflammation, fight infection, treat digestive complaints and prevent, even help cure, certain types of cancer. The most notable of these is curcumin.

About Curcumin

The most potent component in turmeric is the substance called curcumin. It is a powerful antioxidant that promotes various health benefits in the body. Antioxidants act on free radicals, binding and bringing them to the liver for detoxification. Free radicals are bad news for health...

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Turmeric – Ocean of Health Benefits

Turmeric is one of the oldest spices used in the popular curry dishes of India and the Middle East. It is also one of the oldest healing herbs. Turmeric is used for various ailments in traditional healing practices like Ayurveda. In recent years, turmeric is starting to become part of conventional, Western medicine as well.

Turmeric has a warm, bitter, and peppery flavor. It has a mild scent that reminds one of a mixture of the aromas of ginger and orange.

All About Turmeric Plant

The roots of the plant Curcuma longa is the source of turmeric. It is a perennial plant, growing up to 5-6 feet in height. It thrives well in the tropical regions of Southern Asia and mainly cultivated in India. The plant bears dull yellow flowers shaped like a trumpet...

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