Turmeric / Curcumin
If you love Asian or South Asian food, you’re probably familiar with this brightly-hued yellow-orange spice, one of the main ingredients in curry. (Aaaaaaand, now we’re hungry.) Turmeric is related to ginger and can add both color and flavor to your favorite foods and even your smoothies. It's also got medicinal properties, thanks to the potent chemical compound curcumin, which helps tackle inflammation. That’s why turmeric is getting a lot of attention these days—sure, there’s some hype, but there are also lots of health benefits that are backed by studies. There's really no downside to adding this warming, healing spice to your life!
Recent posts about Turmeric / Curcumin
Anyone have advice on supplements? Had an Urgent Care Dr suggest Ginger and Tumeric for inflammation but neither my RA Dr or PCP thought this would help. Checked online and neither would mess with my meds. I’m big on self advocate but RA is all fairly new to me and I’m still trying to figure it out-thanks for any insight!
Videos about Turmeric / Curcumin
Books about Turmeric / Curcumin
Healing Without Medication: Health Benefits Of Turmeric and Curcumin
The use of turmeric for medicinal purposes has existed for thousands of years. The powerful plant has been a stable in India and various East Asian countries. Used directly as a herb or during cooking as a spice, turmeric is a easy plant to add to your daily life. The health benefits of turmeric can be attributed to curcumin, the main active ingredient in the herb. Numerous studies of turmeric and curcumin have shown amazing results at treating many common illnesses and maintaining overall wellness. Inside this publication of Healing Without Medication: The Health Benefits Of Turmeric and Curcumin, you will learn the following: The history of turmeric What is curcumin The health benefits of turmeric Scientific studies of curcumin Potential side effects when taking turmeric Easy recipes to eat more turmeric Don't wait to increase your health. Get your copy of Healing Without Medication now.
Healing Spices: How to Use 50 Everyday and Exotic Spices to Boost Health and Beat Disease
Filled with easy-to-understand information and 50 recipes, this is the first book that shows you how to use and cook with spices for maximum health and healing. Breakthrough scientific research is finding that spices-even more than herbs, fruits, and vegetables-are loaded with antioxidants and other unique health-enhancing compounds. Studies of dietary patterns around the world confirm that spice-consuming populations have the lowest incidence of such life-threatening illnesses as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and Alzheimer's. Bharat B. Aggarwal, the world's foremost expert on the therapeutic use of culinary spices, takes an in-depth look at 50 different spices and their curative qualities, and offers spice “prescriptions”—categorized by health condition—to match the right spice to a specific ailment.
Turmeric Tea: Health Benefits and Recipes for Golden Milk and More (Healthy-Living Recipes)
This ancient beverage is better than Starbucks. Turmeric is more than a spice. For centuries, turmeric has been used for its anti-inflammatory properties & its other health benefits. Fortunately, there are many delicious ways to introduce turmeric into your diet, including the ancient beverage known as turmeric tea (aka golden milk). “Turmeric Tea: Health Benefits and Recipes for Golden Milk and More” is both an overview of turmeric’s health benefits and a cookbook of turmeric drinks. In this short, info-packed book, you will learn... • 13 benefits of turmeric • 4 variations of golden milk • 7 other recipes including smoothies and a detox tonic Learn more about the benefits of turmeric and brew your first delicious cup of turmeric tea!
Turmeric Superfood: Amazing Health Remedies, Cookbook Recipes, and Beauty Treatments (Superfoods Series)
If you have been seeking a new outlet to better health, you will not need to search any further. The Turmeric Benefits and Cookbook Recipes is loaded with proven ways that will work for you for ailments from anti-inflammatory methods to techniques that can help diminish the fine growth of hair on your face. (Sorry gents, but a man’s beard is usually too thick and coarse.)If you have horses, dogs, or cats; they can also benefit from the use of turmeric as you will soon discover. You can use it for beverages, food recipes, face packs, and more.Turmeric is a herbaceous plant that reaches a maximum of 3, 2 feet tall (which makes it easy to pick and collect), and its native from South India, making it the prime spice for this culture since 320 BC, the spice is nowadays used as colorant for plenty dishes and to give that nice flavor.This spice can provide us with many minerals and vitamins, among them the ones that have major presence within Turmeric are; Zinc, Magnesium, Potassium, and Iron, in fact, due to the high concentration of Potassium makes it a big ally to athletes and sporty people, with only a small sprinkle of Turmeric to your beverage you would make it a sport drink. It also has to mention that in some places Turmeric is called “The Queen of Spices”, this is not weird to hear after all the benefits you can get from it. In fact, many doctors recommend Turmeric as an aid to determinant sickness or pains.The most spectacular feature of the Turmeric is that unlike drugs that are prescribed for doctors to cure a disease or condition, it doesn’t have side effects to your organism which makes it even more secure and pleasant to use.Among the benefits offered for Turmeric to your body we can find:•Prevents cancer, especially skin and breast cancer (According to the University of Texas)•Helps to prevent Alzheimer, the scientist believes that the constant usage of Turmeric in India is a reason why the country has low rates of Alzheimer.•Improve digestion, due to its high content of dietary fiber.•Helps detoxify the liver (Yes, Turmeric also help the drinkers and alcohol lovers)•Reduce bad cholesterol (LDL), the spicy it has shown that can reduce LDL as well as maintain a healthy weight.•Strengths immunological system, due to the vitamin C in it, can prevent flu and another sickness.•Helps to your body with the recovery process of wounds. According to research, these drugs pale compared to turmeric:•Painkillers•Anti-inflammatory drugs•Diabetes medications•Arthritis medications•Steroids•Inflammatory Bowel disease drugsWith all of these benefits; check out some of the ways you will learn how to use turmeric in your everyday lifestyle:•Toss the spice in with some roasted veggies•Add a pinch to your scrambled eggs, a tofu scramble, or a frittata. (A great frittata recipe is included.)•Use it in soups. (A recipe or two for this is also contained in this copy.)•Try it over your greens on items such as cabbage, kale, or collards.•Get ahead of aging and so many other health issues that could be plaguing you.Being said that you can implement Turmeric almost in everything, but one consideration to keep in mind is that Turmeric is not easily absorbed by the human body so a recommendation is to combine it with black pepper and curry.Some others interesting uses of the Turmeric rather than provide flavor, color, and a variety of vitamins and minerals to our body, is that it is also used to dye cotton, paper, leather, silk, etc. We can say Turmeric is not only a super food but a super component as well. Take a few moments and add this fantastic guide to your library of references so you can move forward with a healthier lifestyle for you as well as your family. You can also include your friends with one of the homemade surprises by purchasing your personal copy today
Podcasts about Turmeric / Curcumin
Ketovangelist Kitchen: Turmeric
Turmeric has a reputation for lots of healing properties. It's also a fantastic way to color foods (and everything it comes into contact with). But it's a great addition to lots of different foods.
NutritionFacts.org Video Podcast: Benefits of Turmeric Curcumin for Inflammatory Orbital Pseudotumor
From conjunctivitis to uveitis to a low-grade form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, there is something in the spice turmeric with dramatic anti-inflammatory effects.
Astrology & The Hermetic Arts: Exploring Plants & Planets with Sheri Hupfer "Chiron Loves Turmeric"
In this show, Sheri returns to talk Chiron, Turmeric, and about the purpose of Heavy Metal. There are many other relevant topics which are discussed of course. Have a listen. Hope you enjoy it.
Heal Thyself Radio: Reduce Arthritis Pain with Turmeric and Boswellia
A 2018 study showed that these two herbal supplements could help improve arthritis related pain.
The Ultimate Health Podcast: Joy McCarthy - Joyous Detox • There's More To Turmeric Than Curcumin • The Power Of Affirmations
Joy McCarthy is the founder of Joyous Health, a certified holistic nutritionist, and best-selling author. She’s been featured in hundreds of publications both online and in print and is a regular health expert on TV. Joy lives in Toronto with her husband Walker and their daughter Vienna.
Natural MD Radio: Turmeric for Depression
Depression has so much to do with inflammation, so today I’m talking about turmeric, an herb that can decrease inflammation and help with your depression. “One of the effects of turmeric is that it contains chemicals in it that prevent or fight inflammation once it takes hold.” - Aviva Romm Join Dr. Aviva Romm as she dishes up a weekly dose of the whole truth on health and medicine.
Ceremony Wellness: Ayurved-ish with Anjali Bhargava
I’m always so excited when I get to meet new friends. Liza Killian, who was on the show a few weeks ago (episode #26, in case you missed it), told me about Anjali Bhargava when we were getting coffee in LA. She kept going on and on about the best turmeric mix she’s ever had in her life, and how sweet the creator of the company is. I did my stalking, bought some products, and lo and behold, Liza was so right. Bija Bhar’s Resilience Turmeric Elixir is so carefully sourced. It’s made from Hawaiian turmeric that is never boiled, and it’s blended with ginger, whole lemon, lemon peel, maple sugar, and black pepper - so it’s highly absorbable in your body. I love throwing it into hot water, and then into the blender, so it’s all frothy and delicious. It’s the perfect way to start the morning - or for that afternoon pick-me-up. Turmeric, in case you didn’t know, is highly anti-inflammatory, and a huge staple in my diet for internal healing. Anjali is such a beautiful soul, building this brand from the ground up, making so much of this by herself in her Brooklyn kitchen - and she does it with so much love. There’s an Indian and Ayurvedic influence as well, which I absolutely love. Today on The Platform... Anjali’s journey from photography to entrepreneurship The 600 (!) potential benefits of turmeric Optimizing cellular health Need a hangover cure? Try turmeric! How Anjali’s heritage inspired her work Anjali and Kelli compare panchakarma experiences Anjali’s magic ring Growing up in a spiritual Indian household Women supporting women How to go organic and free trade without substantially raising your costs
NutritionFacts.org Video Podcast: Flashback Friday - Heart of Gold – Turmeric vs. Exercise
Diet and exercise synergize to improve endothelial function, the ability of our arteries to relax normally.
Good Food Eating: Turmeric Benefits and Side Effects
Turmeric has an active component known as curcumin, a powerful antioxidant that helps with loads of things and in this podcast I share some of the benefits, along with answering the question about side effects.
The Ultimate Health Podcast: Dr. Josh Axe - Keto Diet • Treating Cancer With Food • Collagen Is Essential
Dr. Josh Axe (IG: @drjoshaxe) is a bestselling author and the co-founder of Ancient Nutrition. He's a certified doctor of natural medicine (DNM), doctor of chiropractic (DC) and clinical nutritionist (CNS) with a passion to help people get healthy by empowering them to use nutrition to fuel their health. Josh operates one of the world’s largest health websites at DrAxe.com, which has over 17 million visitors a month. Today we're discussing his upcoming book, Keto Diet.
Highest Self Podcast: Ayurvedic Herbal Healing with Dr. Virender Sodhi, Youveda Advisory Member
I am so privileged to have some of the most educated Ayurvedic doctors on the planet on Highest Self Podcast and Dr. Sodhi is one of them. Father of Gunny, the founder of Youveda, he is the one that put together the formula of herbs that took his son out a deep, dark depression after the tragic loss of his 16-year-old brother. Together, this family created Youveda, a company that is changing people’s lives on the daily, with Ayurveda and modern science. In this episode, we discuss: -Ayurveda from an herbal perspective -Balancing your dual Dosha -Dr. Sodhi’s unique perspective that turmeric should not be heated
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit: Ayurvedic Practices to Promote a Healthy Brain and Body with Dr. Akil Palanisamy
In our fifth Broken Brain Podcast, our Broken Brain executive producer Dhru Purohit sits down with the author of The Paleovedic Diet and Functional Medicine practitioner, Dr. Akil Palanisamy (“Dr. Akil”) to talk about the ways in which Ayurvedic practices can promote a healthy brain and body. Dr. Akil covers many helpful Ayurvedic topics, like what spices to include in your “Kitchen Pharmacy”, the connection between the gut and brain, if dairy is the right choice for you, social connection, and much more. Dr. Akil also shares his recipe for Saffron and Turmeric Spiced Milk.
The Life Stylist: East By West - Ayurveda Meets Paleo Conscious Cuisine with Jasmine Hemsley
We all go on our own journeys with food. I’ve gone through quite a few phases in my journey – from hardcore vegetarian to hardcore raw protein to, now, something more balanced and less inflammatory. Now I don’t care what you eat – you can eat a sofa if you want – but a lot of people mindlessly eat more than their fair share, a lot of the time. That doesn’t help you, and it doesn’t help the world. The key to finding the optimal diet for your body is appreciating your food, and being more conscious about when it serves you and when it doesn’t. Of course, we live in a fast-paced world. Finding and preparing the best food doesn't always feel easy – and that’s where today’s guest, Jasmine Hemsley, comes in. Jasmine is a wellbeing expert and creator of the East by West, a modern take on Ayurvedic principles & recipes for today’s busy world. Beginning with a pop up cafe in London, East by West is now a cookbook containing 140 delicious (and simple) recipes that focus on using the ancient Ayurvedic philosophy of eating to nourish, sustain, and repair. The Vedic lifestyle isn’t about strict rules or regulations, and it’s really a lot less stressful than most diets – it’s simply a philosophy for living well that emphasizes bringing balance into your lifestyle. Ready for the ultimate mind-body balance? –Luke
Smart Drug Smarts: Turmeric - Spice for your Brain
The adaptogen plant turmeric has been a mainstay of Indian and Asian cooking for millenia. Its root is chock-full of bioactive curcuminoid compounds that have been shown to provide wide-ranging benefits from the reduction of oxidative stress to the reduction of psychological stress.