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  • Curcumin’s Bioavailability

    Cucumin’s bioavailability, meaning the amount of Curcumin ingested that is actually able to be absorbed and utilized by the body, is a complex issue. Curcumin is highly beneficial; however,...

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  • Curcumin’s Anti-Cancer Properties

    A list of Curcumin’s health-promoting benefits wouldn’t be complete without the addition of Curcumin’s anti-cancer properties.  Curcumin’s anti-cancer properties are many and include its ability to mimic estrogen, interfere...

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  • Curcumin Tea

    For hundreds of years, the phytochemicals in plants have been utilized to accelerate the natural inflammatory response of the body, either when it is injured or just plain worn...

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  • Curcumin as Food Coloring

    Curcumin is a chemical compound which finds refuge in the Indian spice known as turmeric, and is what gives the spice its aesthetically pleasing yellow tint. Tumeric has been...

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  • Curcumin as an Alternative Cancer Treatment

    Current cancer treatments in the form of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, while effective in some cases, bring with them an onslaught of complications and unintended consequences. Curcumin as an...

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  • Curcumin and Turmeric

    Curcumin and turmeric have a unique relationship as Curcumin can only be found within turmeric, probably the most beloved spice of India. Turmeric is used in the preparation of...

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  • Curcumin and Myeloma

    Myeloma is an aggregation of dysfunctional plasma cells, otherwise known as cancer. The vast majority of plasma cells exist in the bone marrow, with myeloma usually affecting the hips,...

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  • Curcumin and Curcuminoids

    Curcumin and curcuminoids are very closely related as Curcumin is the primary curcuminoid, or chemical compound found in the cherished Indian spice known as turmeric. Turmeric contains two other...

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  • Turmeric Supplements

    Turmeric supplements are a product of turmeric, also affectionately known as Indian saffron or yellow ginger. Turmeric is an Indian spice from India which originates from the Curcuma longa...

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  • Definition of Curcumin

    Curcumin is the principal curcuminoid of the popular Indian spice turmeric, which is a member of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae). Turmeric’s other two curcuminoids are desmethoxycurcumin and bis-desmethoxycurcumin. The...

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