6 Things That Happen To Your Body When You Eat Turmeric Every Day

Turmeric has been used for over 4,000 years to treat a variety of conditions. Studies show that turmeric may help fight infections and some cancers, reduce inflammation, and treat digestive problems. – University of Maryland Medical Center

Native to southwest India, turmeric is a herbaceous plant of the ginger family. It is most commonly used as a spice in various foods, including Bangladeshi cuisine, Indian cuisine, and Pakistani cuisine and curries.

Turmeric is also one of the world’s ancient herbal medicines, having been used in Asia for thousands of years. Today, medical professionals and herbal practitioners in various fields note turmeric’s ability to treat and/or alleviate a number of different health conditions.




Turmeric is believed to be a powerful anti-inflammatory. In fact, the abundant spice contains over two dozen anti-inflammatory compounds. Curcumin, one of turmeric’s most abundant compounds, has been noted in various studies for its excellent anti-inflammatory properties.

Of the many studies that have been conducted, one of the most prominent was published in the October 2007 issue of Alternative and Complementary Therapies. Dr. James Duke, a well-respected ethnobotanist summarized his findings in the July 2008 issue of the American Botanical Council.

After reviewing over 700 studies, Duke concluded that turmeric effectively outperformed many pharmaceutical drugs prescribed for a variety of chronic, debilitative conditions, with no significant side effects.

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  • Thats good info to know about Tumeric. I have back & knee pain, so I’m going to start my Smoothies again & include Tumeric in it.
    Thanks for the info.


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