Turmeric, a spice you may be familiar with if you like Indian food, has become majorly popular in Western society recently-and for good reason! Evidence of turmeric has been dated back over a thousand years ago, and it’s use has ranged from a spice, to medicinal, and even to religion-particularly the Hindu religion. Turmeric contains Curcumin-a powerful anti-inflammatory substance. Some of the benefits of regularly consuming turmeric include:
Anti-inflammatory (inflammation is at the root of a lot of health issues)
Aids in weight loss
Helps to encourage healthy cholesterol levels
Promotes radiant skin
Cancer and disease prevention
...and there are so many more benefits to regular consumption of turmeric. Personally, it’s helped to clear up my skin and to help with inflammation. I’ve always had bad inflammation in my shoulders which caused a lot of tension and sometimes pain. When I regularly consume turmeric, this pain subsides substantially. I’ve even heard of people healing injuries naturally with turmeric.
Okay so turmeric sounds g