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The Health Benefits of Turmeric

Turmeric is a spice that promotes tremendous benefits for the body and brain. You may know it as the ingredient that gives curry, a traditional Indian dish, its yellow color. But it would take much more than a daily helping of curry to achieve turmeric's potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits optimally. 

For this reason, people take turmeric in supplement form, as its proven benefits range from preventing heart disease to improving symptoms of depression.

The main and most active compound in turmeric is curcumin, responsible for many of this spice's medicinal properties.

Turmeric helps fight inflammation

One of the most known benefits of turmeric is that it helps the body fight chronic inflammation. A short-term inflammation response in the body is both necessary and helpful. Yet when inflammation caused by oxidative stress persists and attacks the body's tissues, it contributes to severe health conditions, including cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, and heart disease.


A critical aspect of preventing and treating these chronic inflammation diseases lies in reducing inflammation. With its strong anti-oxidative properties, turmeric's compound curcumin can suppress molecules that contribute significantly to inflammation. Therefore, curcumin can help protect the body from neurological, cardiovascular, and pulmonary diseases.

Turmeric helps promote brain health

The brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is a protein in the brain that helps neurons form new connections and multiply. BDNF impacts learning and memory, and decreased levels of this critical protein are linked to brain disorders, including Alzheimer's disease and depression.


Studies suggest that curcumin increases levels of BDNF in the brain. With the increase of new neurons, curcumin may delay degenerative processes in the brain. That said, it may even reverse the impact of various brain diseases.

Turmeric promotes longevity

Given that curcumin fights against oxidative stress and damage and inflammation that can cause life-threatening health conditions, this incredible supplement supports longevity overall.

Not only that but oxidation and inflammation play a role in aging, which is why many people also turn to turmeric as an anti-aging supplement.

How to take turmeric?

Thanks to its main compound, curcumin, turmeric has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powers. Still, its potent potential is limited by its bioavailability, which is the rate at which your body can absorb a substance.

Curcumin on its own absorbs poorly in the bloodstream, meaning to optimize its benefits fully, it must be taken in a way that improves and enhances its bioavailability. The best way to achieve turmeric's proven health benefits is by taking it along with another natural substance - black pepper.


Black pepper contains a substance called piperine that increases the bioavailability of curcumin by 2,000%. This is the striking percentage by which piperine improves the absorption of curcumin in the bloodstream. So, for your body to experience the full effects and benefits of turmeric, you need to take a turmeric supplement that contains black pepper.


Finally, turmeric is also safe and beneficial to take with other herbs, including Ashwagandha for healthy stress levels and ginger for immune defence. All three work together to promote optimal health, energy, and wellbeing in one organic, non-GMO, vegan, and gluten-free capsule.