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Turmeric and Arthritis

Turmeric and Arthritis

One-third of the British population aged 45 years and over have sought treatment for osteoarthritis. Every day, 8.75 million people in the UK deal with stiffness, tenderness, loss of flexibility and pain in their joints ("Osteoarthritis | Arthritis Research UK")...

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Turmeric Vs Curcumin

Turmeric Vs Curcumin

Turmeric is one of the top superfoods in the modern world. This spice is hailed as the king of anti-inflammatory foods. Most people believe that turmeric's benefits are all because of one single compound known as curcumin. But when you look into the research of turmeric and curcumin. The truth is a very different story to what many may believe.

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Five ways turmeric supports a healthy brain

Five ways turmeric supports a healthy brain

Chronic inflammation occurs when the body’s inflammatory response goes into overdrive, and left unchecked, can lead to serious injury to the tissues of the body such as those in the gut, lungs and brain. We’re going to talk about the conditions

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10 Turmeric Benefits

10 Turmeric Benefits

Turmeric is one of the most studied, and exciting, spices in the world at the moment. There are thousands of research papers concluding that turmeric, and in particular its active compound curcumin, is deserving of serious attention when it comes to its health benefits...

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Turmeric – potential side effects and drug interactions

Turmeric – potential side effects and drug interactions

We believe passionately in our organic turmeric products and want you to as well. But it would be wrong of us not to mention that they’re not recommended for everybody. There’s a small minority that shouldn’t take turmeric in high amounts as it may interact with ...

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Turmeric for IBS and Digestion

Turmeric for IBS and Digestion

There are many ongoing studies into turmeric and IBS. One found that around two thirds of subjects (of a total of 207) reported an overall improvement in IBS symptoms after eight weeks of taking turmeric supplements. The study found that the subjects reported a decrease in IBS related pain and discomfort...

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How does turmeric help with inflammation?

How does turmeric help with inflammation?

Turmeric is a golden yellow, Indian spice packed with the potent antioxidant flavonoid, curcumin. It’s been used as an Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years and is now gaining a reputation as a medicine in the Western world with hundreds of studies linking it with inflammatory disease management...

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Organic vs Non Organic - Not all Turmeric is created equal

Organic vs Non Organic - Not all Turmeric is created equal

Organic vs Non Organic - Is there really a difference 
Turmeric is known as the king of the spice world with an ever growing list of health benefits being found every week. BUT whats not being discussed much is that not all turmeric is created equal!

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Turmeric and Diabetes

Turmeric and Diabetes

If you’ve ever spilled curry on clothing or your fabric table mats, then you’ll be familiar with how deep a colour turmeric has. That yellow stain that doesn’t come out? That’s turmeric. But it’s actually a compound within turmeric, called curcumin, that is responsible for that deep colour..

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Turmeric for Sports & Exercise Recovery

Turmeric for Sports & Exercise Recovery

Turmeric can help us recover after sport, meaning that we’re able to get back to the gym/bike/pavements/dojo/court quicker. And not just if we’re injured. We’re talking about the normal recovery post-exercise too. Really pushing yourself in your sport means the next day is normally a struggle...

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