Turmeric

Turmeric 

Welcome back to my personal care blog! Yet another post for your enjoyment and information folks! I really am getting good at this even if I do say so myself. Wouldn’t you agree? I am sure you would. But if not, be sure to write in and tell me so. I wouldn’t want to get too big for my boots and upset you lovely readers, without whom, I should add, this blog would be a total failure and waste of time and effort. Thanks for being part of the adventure with me. So, onto to today’s subject. Turmeric. Seriously, turmeric! Because, believe it or not, it has way more beneficial purposes than just adding flavour and colour to your chicken korma. You see, the predominant substance in turmeric is curcumin. Curcumin has been linked to the reduction of inflammation (believed to be the major cause of all modern chronic illnesses and diseases). It is also possible that it has antioxidant and anticancer properties. Turmeric has been used for centuries on the Indian subcontinent and in Southeast Asia as a remedy to many health conditions. So it certainly sounds like a supplement we should all be taking seriously. It can be purchased in supplement form from most major health supplement providers relatively cheaply. A supplement form of curcumin is also available on the market, but as this is a more isolated compound which requires further refining, it is markedly more expensive. See which one better fits your budget and be sure to add it to your daily vitamin and supplement regimen. And don’t forget to drop me an email to let me know if worked for you or not? I would be really interested to hear. 

Anyway, that is all from me. Bye for now folks!