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Turmeric & curcumin have shown a lot of promise in treating a wide range of diseases and illnesses.


Announcement: What Can a Tiny Dose of Curcumin Do for You?

TweetCurcumin is often advertised as a cure-all, and the truth is that curcumin is an astonishingly versatile health supplement. One of the most significant facts about curcumin is that even a single dose can make a difference, and the multitude of benefits of curcumin isn’t just theoretical. Curcumin is clinically […]


Curcumin for Weight Loss

Weight loss is a huge industry, with fads and scams left, right and center. However, naturally occurring curcumin may offer help in losing fat, without losing the muscle that normally goes with weight loss.


Curcumin for Smokers 1

Smokers are susceptible to varrious respiratory tract infections and cancers. Curcumin may be a helpful supplement to help prevent reduction in lung capacity. This article looks at the research on curcumin and smokers.


Curcumin for Psoriasis 2

Psoriasis is an auto-immune condition which makes the skin dry and scaly. If you suffer from psoriasis, curcumin, applied to the skin in a cream or lotion, may be one alternative approach to this condition worth considering.


Curcumin for Fatty Liver Disease 1

Fatty liver disease in common in heavy drinkers, but also for diabetics and people with chronic viral infections. With fatty liver disease, inflammation causes a lot of damage, and this is where curcumin may help.


Curcumin for Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s is a terrible condition, for the sufferer and their family. Curcumin may help Alzheimer’s patients by slowing down the progression of the disease. This article discusses how curcumin & diet generally can help patients with Alzheimer’s.


Curcumin for Congestive Heart Failure 1

Congestive heart failure is typically caused by damage to the heart, especially after a heart attack. It basically means that the heart is unable to keep up with the body’s demands, and is a serious condition. Curcumin may prove to be very helpful in patients with congestive heart failure.