Turmeric, a great ally against inflammatory diseases.


Turmeric is a great ally against inflammatory diseases since curcumin contains polyphenols (molecules that act on a cellular scale in inflammation and oxidation), these have been scientifically proven to reduce the inflammatory effects of some diseases such as Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, among others. many other ailments since inflammation has been identified in the development of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, epilepsy or cancer.

Turmeric or turmeric is a herbaceous plant of the Zingiberaceae family native to southwestern India. It is a yellow-colored species that comes from a flowering plant of the ginger family native to Asia and Central America. It is also known as Indian saffron or golden spice.

It is currently being widely studied in science and medicine for its beneficial effects on health and its great anti-inflammatory power.

We know that by itself it has a poor absorption during digestion and rapid metabolism and elimination, but we know some substances that help to absorb it and thus the body benefits from its positive effects. One of the best known is Piperine, which is found on the outside of black pepper, hence its spicy flavor. It can be taken with Piperine (pepper) or there is also the option of taking it in Liposomal Curcumin capsules.

It is always advisable to ask your doctor before starting its consumption to ensure that it does not interact with any previously prescribed treatment.

It helps in the pain generated by inflammatory diseases in the activities of daily life.

1 gram of turmeric daily for 8-12 weeks reduces symptoms in the same way as 1 Ibuprofen and in a natural way.


  • Improves insulin sensitivity.
  • Reduces the generation of adipose tissue.
  • Lowers blood pressure.
  • Lower Saliva Amylase Producer of Stress.
  • Increase the level of antioxidants.
  • Increases blood plasma.
  • Lowers Beta Amyloid plaques, age markers.
  • Help against anxiety.
  • In people over the age of 70, they have been shown to improve mood, attention, and memory.
  • In healthy adults aged 40-60 years, after 80mg/day of turmeric, triglyceride levels have been reduced.
  • Mitigates muscle pain after physical exercise.
  • Improves recovery and performance for active people.

It has been shown that in relatively low doses, it generates positive effects in people without diagnosed diseases.

Thus, the advantages that turmeric brings to our body are clear (just by including half a teaspoon of this spice in our diet) generating benefits in people with or without a previous disease.

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