Tumeric is a broad spectrum herb that offers a wide range of health benefits and you know that health is wealth.
And Tumeric also known as Curcumin is a biological compound in the roots of Turmeric (Curcuma longa), the most popular spice in Indian cuisine, and responsible for the extract’s bright yellowish, orange color. Turmeric has a long history of medicinal use in India and has been the subject of almost 3,000 pre-clinical investigations. Curcumin, the active ingredient in Turmeric responsible for its antioxidant properties and support of a healthy immune response, is one of the best-studied products in bio-medical literature at a pre-clinical level.
The main health benefit of Tumeric is that it is an excellent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Tumeric is becoming popular worldwide for its broad spectrum health benefits and medicinal properties. Tumeric, also known as Curcuma longa, is the most popular spice in the Indian cuisine. Tumeric has a long history of medicinal use in India with almost 3000 pre-clinical investigations to evaluate its health benefits. Accumulating evidence suggests that Tumeric is a promising preventive agent for a wide range of diseases, probably due largely to its anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin, the active ingredient in Tumeric responsible for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant health benefits, is one of the best studied herbs among all herbal supplements at a pre-clinical level.
Health Benefits of Tumeric.
- Tumeric offers antioxidant protection from free radical cell damage*
- Tumeric offers anti-inflammatory protection and support healthy joints*
- Tumeric supports liver detoxification and help promote optimal liver health*
- Tumeric supports healthy aging*
- Tumeric support healthy vision*
- Supports joint health*
- Supports healthy cognitive function*
- Supports healthy imunne function*
The Nutritional Values Of Tumeric.
|Principle||Nutrient Value||Percentage of RDA|
|Total Fat||9.88 g||33%|
|Dietary Fiber||21 g||52.5%|
|Vitamin A||0 IU||0%|
|Vitamin C||25.9 mg||43%|
|Vitamin E||3.10 mg||21%|
|Vitamin K||13.4 µg||11%|
Turmeric is one of the readily available, cheap herbs that contain notable phytonutrients profile. At 1,59,277 µmol TE/100 g, its total-ORAC value or antioxidant strength is one of the highest among known herb and spice species.
100 g of turmeric provides 53% of dietary fiber, (% of Recommended Daily Allowance, RDA per 100 g)
138 % of vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine),
32% of niacin,
43 % of vitamin C,
21 % of vitamin E,
54 % of potassium,
517 % of iron,
340 %of manganese and
40 % of zinc.
but 0% cholesterol.
Just a few grams of turmeric per day either in the form of powder, crushed root or fresh root can provide enough nutrients to help you keep away from anemia, neuritis, memory disorders and offer protection against cancers, infectious diseases, high blood pressure, and strokes.