This is one of our favorite roots here in our channel. So much that we have published many videos about it: benefits, recipes, etc.
However, we still see many people using turmeric the wrong way in their daily lives.
Also known as curcumin, it is an amazing anti-inflammatory. There are many papers and scientific studies which compare turmeric to anti-inflammatory medications sold in drugstores, and show turmeric’s therapeutic power in treatments for pains, arthritis, arthrosis, etc.
Anti-inflammatory drugs can cause many side-effects when used for a long time. For example, they can overburden the liver, which may cause hepatic steatosis, also known as fatty liver disease.
If you use turmeric for a long time, you will notice the reverse happening. Turmeric stimulates healing and avoids the fibrosis that happens in liver cells, thus improving the organ’s functioning.
Not to mention that it also reduces joint pains, improving function and articular mobility.
There are also many other amazing benefits for those who use turmeric the right way, every day.
But there are many people using this powerful natural remedy the wrong way, and so, they can’t get all the benefits it has to offer.
Learn the right way to consume turmeric and potentialize your nutrient absorption.
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