Medical Research Suggests Turmeric Beneficial for Health
Research from around the world continues to demonstrate the healing properties of turmeric and its compounds — especially curcumin. Hundreds of modern lab and animal studies, as well as some human clinical trials, have already been conducted. Published results on turmeric go back as far as 1937. Most of these studies suggest that using turmeric can help keep you healthy or cure what ails you. (ii.4, 5, 8, 17)
Turmeric's Health Benefits Studied in Many Diseases
Turmeric's curcumin compounds became a focus of research in the 1980s. That's when scientists discovered curcumin's powerful antitumor properties. In fact, preclinical studies were so promising that multiple clinical trials involving patients were quickly set up to investigate curcumin's ability to treat and prevent different types of cancer. These clinical studies in cancer patients are currently underway at Johns Hopkins University, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, the University of Pennsylvania, and other renowned cancer research institutes. (ii.173)
The benefits of turmeric aren't limited to treating or preventing cancer. Whole turmeric and turmeric's polyphenol compounds also exhibit other beneficial properties. These include: (ii.17, 26, 174-175)
These qualities could help prevent and treat many conditions besides cancer, such as:
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