What do French fries, a bottle of wine, and chronic stress have in common? They’re all causes of inflammation. (And you don’t want that, since inflammation is the root of pretty much every degenerative illness.)
But there’s an awesome antidote emerging—and it comes from the spice rack: turmeric.
Curcumin (an antioxidant found in turmeric) has substantial disease-prevention powers and other benefits – just to name a few:
•It is a great anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory which helps your body to calm down.
•It induces the formation of a primary liver detoxification enzyme that also helps regenerate damaged liver cells.
•It guards against cancer, arthritis, and Alzheimer’s.
•It can do wonders for inflammation-related skin-care concerns, like psoriasis, acne, and sun damage.
So how much turmeric should you take to help manage your stress and inflammation, and boost your immune system? Twice daily, you can incorporate turmeric in your diet by mixing one teaspoon of in a glass of water and drink on an empty stomach (half an hour before meal, or two hours after meal). We are confident to say that once you experience the effects, you will never go back.