T U R M E R I C - Is it really a miracle spice?
Turmeric is a rhizome that grows under the ground like ginger. It has a rich, bright orange colour and is used in many foods. Originally used in Southeast Asia, it’s a vital component for traditional curries. You can find dried powdered Turmeric in the spice aisle of just about any grocery store. Sometimes they carry the fresh rhizome too (it looks like ginger root, but smaller).
Turmeric contains an amazing anti-inflammatory, antioxidant compound called Curcumin. The amount of this bioactive compound is around 3-7% by weight of Turmeric. Curcumin has been the subject of many studies for its health benefits. Many of these studies test Curcumin at up to 100x more than that of a traditional diet that includes Turmeric.
On the blog, we're exploring the health benefits of this anti-inflammatory compound!
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