Turmeric and it’s Benefits

Turmeric and it’s Benefits

Turmeric and it’s Benefits

Tumeric is found in all most all the recipes of India. It belongs to the family of ginger and has a mustard-like aroma. It is not just used for cooking but also to treat injuries, cold and several more health issues. It has got antibacterial, antiviral, antimutagenic, anticarcinogenic, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties in it. It used for skin issues too. It is used as a coloring agent, cosmetic ingredient, and herbal supplement as it has got the main component turmeric. So, here are few Turmeric benefits for your health, read on to know.
Turmeric is rich in antioxidants. It fights against oxidative damage which causes the aging signs and other health issues. It protects the body against free radicals by neutralizing it. The curcumin present in turmeric improves the activity of the antioxidant enzyme of the body. Curcumin also reduces oxidation and inflammation which improves heart health as well.

Relieves from arthritic pain
As turmeric has those anti-inflammatory properties, it relieves the pain caused due to rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. It also relieves from inflammation and joint pain.

Improves brain function                                                                                           Turmeric improves the brain function by boosting Brain-Derives Neurotrophic Factor (BNDF) which is a growth hormone present in the brain. It helps in the process of formation of new neuron connections. It lowers the risk of brain diseases by boosting BDNF in the brain. This in result reverses several age-related brain damages and brain diseases.
Improves digestion
Turmeric can be used to improve digestion process, Most of the people consume it in a glass of milk which is actually a good way to improve digestion. It also reduces gas and bloating.

Lowers the risk of heart diseases                                                                          Turmeric has curcumin which turns beneficial to the heart. The curcumin present in turmeric improves the endothelium function and lowers the risk of heart disease by improving the function of the blood vessel lining called endothelium.


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