5 Health Benefits of Taking Turmeric

What’s turmeric? We’ll, it’s simply a yellow ginger, so yes. It’s a ginger, but the yellow one. Before all of this, I never heard about the word or know what a turmeric and the only benefit I know of taking it is improving your voice – especially if you want to be a singer.

5 Health Benefits of Taking Turmeric

In this post, I’d like to share with you a few but awesome health benefits when taking a turmeric as your health supplement, and they are:


Curcumin is the main ingredient of Turmeric which is a strong antioxidant. And the antioxidants is really important for us since it helps us protect our body from free radicals.


Curcumin is not only a strong antioxidant, but also has high anti-inflammatory effect which what I really like about since I do have Eczema and I do get itchy from time to time, and prone to easily get skin inflammations.


Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor or BNDF is a type of growth hormone that functions in our brain, and guess what many common brain disorders like depression and Alzheimer’s disease has been linked to poor levels of hormones. So, in order to not to have these kind of disease, let’s increase our brain levels with curcumin wherein the Turmeric have. Bonus? It can help you be smarter and improve your memory since we’re increase our brain levels with this.


The Endothelium is the lining of the blood vessels, and according to studies that curcumin helps the function of our Endothelium. Therefore, when we do have well-functioning blood vessels, we can all lower the risk of having a heart disease, blood pressure, blood clotting, and other more blood related risk factors.


No, I don’t mean you’ll have cancer, you’ll actually may be able to prevent in having a cancer. There are actually studies these days that it is said that curcumin can reduce the growth of cancer cells and inhibit the growth of tumors.

So, you may plant turcumin at your backyard, or just buy this Turcumin box as your health supplement, or maybe next time you eat a curry, eat up! Because it’s the turcumin that gives it the yellow color.

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