Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Curcumin in Turmeric, the disease-fighting agent – Alzheimer's 23

Turmeric roots
Do you have any opinion about my photo above, the roots of fresh turmeric? Have you cooked any recipe with turmeric? Do you like it?
This root is associated with curry, even some curries are cooked with no turmeric. The flavor of turmeric is quite strong, and its color gives foods or drinks more vibrant.
In Southeast and South Asia, turmeric is always available in their kitchen. This root is not only used for cooking but also for healing. 
In the way back, there were very common that the kids in the countries of Asia, they loved to play outdoor: pretending fight, practicing kung-fu, riding bicycle, or jumping to the small river. 
They were easy to get cut or tear on their skin. They knew what they had to do, just took the turmeric from kitchen or pulled from the yards, peeled, crushed, and applied it to the cut or tear. 

Crisp and refreshing turmeric punch (Credit: Larasatiria).
The cut and tear would dry soon. They also took care of it to avoid infection. This turmeric has active ingredient, which is curcumin. 
Curcumin in turmeric gives powerful anti-inflammatory by turning off protein that promotes abnormal inflammatory response in our body. 
Many evidence-based have proven the health benefit of turmeric in our body and brain.
Marwan Sabbagh, M.D., the geriatric neurologist and dementia specialist, mentioned that turmeric more potent antioxidant than Vitamin E and more potent anti inflammatory than ibuprofin. 
He also explained there is no wonder that India has the lowest rates of Alzheimer's Disease in the world, since the carefully study researchers concluded the Indian diet play crucial role in avoidance of this pandemic. 
All told, their diets include the disease-fighting agent, which is turmeric that contain curcumin.
The curcumin able to block the accumulation of amyloid plaque and reduce inflammation of neural tissues that related to Alzheimer's disease.
In that event, there is a breakthrough to enjoy Indian curries, turmeric punch, and tea infused with turmeric to the healthy brain and body, and also to prevent Alzheimer's disease.

77 comments:

  1. Tumeric leave also used in variety recipe in Indonesia.

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  2. I adore turmeric, fresh or in powdered form. So good for us :-)

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  3. Interesting information :) have a grea day :)

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  4. Hello, Evi! The roots of fresh turmeric look like caterpillars. I've thought so at once. I did not know that turmeric was so useful. Thank you, Evi!

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  5. Tutti i giorni assumo due cucchiaini di curcuma, perchè è un ottimo disinfettante dell'organismo.
    Sempre interessanti le tue pagine.
    Un saluto,silvia

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  6. No la he probado, muy interesante leerte amiga, saludos.

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  7. turmeric is essential part of daily diet and dishes here dear Evi
    we use powdered one mostly though but few day back hubby brought exactly one in your image above
    thank you for informative sharing my friend!
    blessings!

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  8. I often cook with turmeric ... but when I look at the roots ... I get the cribs! The roots of fresh turmeric look like caterpillars!
    I just wanted to ask you ... what does turmeric have to do with the caterpillars? LOL
    Enjoy your day, girl!✨
    Hugs!🤗

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  9. Se mi credi pensavo fossero bruchi giganti e invece! Meno male. Non conoscevo tutte le proprietà della curcuma, grazie Evi, terrò presente. Buona giornata.
    sinforosa

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  10. I know kurkuma and i like to add it to my food. I didn't know that it prevent Alzheimer's. I had this disease in my family history so i need to use more kurkuma :)

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  11. Saya kalo sakit maag kadang minum kunyit untuk meredakan gejala sakitnya. Ternyata kunyit bisa untuk penyakit Alzheimer ya?

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  12. On the first picture when I saw them I thoughts they I see some kind of warms.
    Later I read that it's root of the plant. In Poland we call it kurkuma :-) And it's very healthy :-)

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  13. Yo utilizo cúrcuma en mi cocina pero en verdad ignoraba que tenia poderes curativos, muy interesante información!!
    Besotes y abrazos!!

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  14. Very interesting entry, Evi, a true contribution. We cook at home quite a lot with turmeric and from now on we will redouble its use and consumption for the family diet. I knew that India has the lowest Alzheimer's rates... And here you provide a logical explanation.

    Thank you very much, sincerely friend. Huge hugs getting bigger and more grateful.

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  15. Very interesting post. I did not know that India has the lowest rate of Alzheimer's Disease. I often use cumin powder in my stir-fry dishes and I hope it helps me.

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  16. Buena entrada, hay que saber las propiedades de las cosas que comemos.
    B7s

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  17. I did'nt know curcumin's benefits 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊

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  18. I use turmeric as well.
    Greetings.

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    1. Graças a Deus que é bom para combater
      o Alzheimer porque assim a gente pode
      esquecer de tomá-lo.kkkk
      Beijos e ótimo comentário vc deixou lá.

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  20. Desculpem. O animal aqui pensou
    que as raízes fossem larvas(eca)
    Desculpem de novo. Oh, Alzheimer
    danado, sô!

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  21. I didn't know that turmeric prevents Alzheimer's ...
    these roots remind me of worms ... 😕
    Regards
    Lili

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  22. Dearest Evi,
    Turmeric is very well known in the Asian part of the world, for many purposes.
    But not all Turmeric has the same active ingredients... Talking about the 95% curcuminoids: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/375980268870219122/
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  23. It would be good if this were true, who knows for sure.

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  24. Interesting information, Evi.
    I did'nt know about curcumin's benefits.
    Kisses!

    galerafashion.com

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  25. Uy no lo sabía, lo que si sabia de la cúrcuma es que ayuda a la presión. Gracias por la recomendación

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  26. undoubtedly, the nutrients contained in turmeric are too much to cure a variety of diseases

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  27. Come sempre i tuoi post sono interessanti non conoscevo questa radice.
    Buon giovedi.

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  28. I usually cook with turmeric, because as you explain very well in your interesting publication it is a great anti-inflammatory to combat Alzheimer's disease.
    Another fact is that it belongs to the ginger family, which is another root and when cut it has yellow color. This ginger root contains antioxidants. It is used to treat gastrointestinal, respiratory and rheumatic conditions.
    Have a happy Thursday!

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  29. Oh, this post is so interesting. I need every day curcuma for cooking. I like it so much!
    Have a nice day!

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  30. We use turmeric for cooking curries and etc. Thanks for the information on health benefits.

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  31. Curcumin good for health & treatment

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  32. Interesting information :) Thanks
    Kiss

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  33. We use turmeric from time to time. Maybe it's time to look for more recipes that require it.

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  34. Hi! No, I haven´t tried it yet. Thanks for sharing.
    Have a nice day!

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  35. Me encanta el articúlo para aprender más sobre esta enfermedad. Un beso

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  36. Estupenda información! Que pases una feliz noche! 🧡🧡🧡

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  37. That sounds very interesting!!  

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  38. No I never before didn't try it. This information are very useful. Thank you for sharing.

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  39. Nunca la he probado, probablemente porque este cultivo no se da por aquí. Seguramente si te empeñas en buscarla, das con establecimientos que la vendan.

    Besos

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  40. Estamos rodeados de bacterias y gusanos.

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  41. I've heard of many benefits of turmeric but unless a recipe calls for it (and not many I've cooked with do) I haven't really used it a lot. That punch looks interesting!

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  42. minuman air kunyit.. mantapp emang

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  43. It is indeed one of the superpower roots!!
    http://sepatuholig.blogspot.com
    IG @wonky.pots

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  44. I absolutely believe in these effects! Thanks for sharing!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  45. Åhh jeg trodde det var noen småkryp hih hih hih og jeg tenkte hva spiser hun nå Lol
    Men de røttene er sikkert bra !Hvor mye bra det er i naturen av legende planter❤

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  46. I like to add turmeric to dishes :D!!!

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  47. Interesting and promising, bright and lovely colour if nothing else ,, Thankyou for bringing us this!

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  48. This juice looks so delicious ! ;)

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  49. I didn't know it. Thanks for the information.

    Best regards

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  50. Używam kurkumy ale nie wiedziałam jak wygląda jej korzeń - w pierwszej chwili myślałam, że to robaki:)))
    Świetny artykuł Evi!
    Serdecznie pozdrawiam.

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  51. Olá Evi
    Eu não tinha conhecimento de todos os benefícios dessa raiz
    Gostei de saber. Grata pela excelente partilha minha amiga
    Beijinhos

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  52. I use it, can be good in foods :-)

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  53. Tumeric is amazing. I love sprinkling it on popcorn along with a little salt and pepper. Recently I bought a loose leaf tea with tumeric in it. Such a delicious addition to tea that I had not had before.

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  54. Me encanta la curcuma, tendré en cuenta tus consejos!!
    Bss

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