10 Health Benefits of Eating Turmeric Daily

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Turmeric is a spice which is widely used in the Indian cuisine, especially for making curry. There are many benefits of this spice for your body.

Health Benefits of Eating Turmeric Daily

Here are 10 ways eating turmeric daily can help your body:

1. Reducing Inflammation

Short-term inflammation can be beneficial in preventing and fighting disease. But long-term inflammation is something that is closely related to diseases. It could result in long-term damages and could also prove fatal. If you can get some extra help in lowering inflammation, it can help in maintaining your overall health. Turmeric contains curcumin that helps block NF-KB, which means it helps in fighting inflammation.

Eating Turmeric Daily

2. Enhanced Efficiency of Antioxidants

Curcumin itself works as an antioxidant that helps in neutralizing free radicals, which will react with our DNA or fatty acids and have negative impacts on our body. Thus, it benefits our body when free radicals are kept under control.

Besides, it also assists our body’s antioxidant enzymes in working more effectively.

3. Enhanced Brain Functioning

Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) is a hormone which is crucial for multiplication/division of neurons in our brain. People usually suffer from reduced brain function by the time they enter adulthood. But if you include turmeric in your diet, it will help in increasing this hormone. Turmeric will help improve brain function, and boost both memory and intelligence.

4. Reduced Risk of Brain Disease

Turmeric also helps in reducing the risk of developing brain diseases because of the enhanced brain functioning. It may also help in reversing the existing effects in our brain.

5. Delaying Aging & Fighting Chronic Diseases Related to Age

Aging and many of the diseases related to it can be linked to inflammation. The anti-inflammatory benefits of turmeric could prove crucial for different diseases that occur as you age.

6. Reduces Chances of Heart Disease

Blood vessel lining can lose its function and there can be an increased risk of heart disease because of problems related to regulation of blood pressure. But turmeric when included in our diet can help in improving the functioning of this lining (known as endothelium).

7. Preventing & Treating Alzheimer’s Disease

This can also be traced to the effects on inflammation. Inflammation is a major factor in initiating Alzheimer’s disease. But if you include turmeric in your diet, it can help in delaying the onset. It may even help in treating the disease through the clearance of Amyloid plaques occurring in our body.

8. Assisting with Arthritis Pain

Inflammation in the joints commonly occurs with arthritis. Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory benefits can also help in addressing this problem. It can also help in reducing pain and reverse the reduced function due to arthritis.

9. Helping in Preventing Cancer

Turmeric has been found to help stop the development and spread of cancer at the molecular level. Including turmeric in diet has especially been found to be helpful in preventing digestive system related cancers.

10. Helps in Treating Depression & Improving Mood

According to research, curcumin has been found to have similar effects as Prozac (a widely prescribed anti-depressant). Thus, using turmeric regularly can also help in improving your mood and mental health.

Via HealthlineHealthy And Natural World


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