Curcumin can protect patients who are at risk of developing cardiovascular disease. The study published last year in Nutrition Journal covered the benefits of taking Curcumin for cardiovascular health.
Your brain health and mental function plays a crucial role in your general health and wellness. Mental illness and cognitive decline are some of the most common factors associated with ageing – but they do not have to be an inevitability.
Taking a Curcumin supplement could improve your BMI and provide metabolic benefits for people who have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) according to a controlled clinical study.
The findings are from a randomised and controlled clinical study suggest that taking a Curcumin supplement for 8 weeks can improve various measures of health including liver fat levels, BMI and transaminase levels in people who have NAFLD.
Not long ago, researchers at the world-renowned University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center published a groundbreaking scientific review of their favorite anti-cancer nutrient — curcumin. Curcumin, along with several other nutrients, is remarkable in that it can actually tell the difference between a healthy cell and a cancer cell.
According to Wellness Resources, here is how the researchers explained their interest in curcumin:
Michael Greger, M.D., October 27, 2015
In my video, Turmeric Curcumin and Colon Cancer, I talked about a study where researchers showed that, by taking curcumin, the yellow pigment in the spices turmeric and curry powder, those at high risk for colon cancer could cut down on precancerous and even pre-precancerous lesions
By Joshua Corn, 2015
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The evidence is growing that curcumin, the substance in tumeric, should take a bigger role in the human diet for its ability to act as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and lipid lowering agent.
Women are particularly at risk for the disease, making up two-thirds of Alzheimer's cases. Women in their 60s are about twice as likely to develop Alzheimer's disease during the rest of their lives as they are to develop breast cancer, according to data provided by the Alzheimer's Association.