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What You Need To Spice Up Your Diet

By Fitoru | 02 August 2017
bowl of orange turmeric

Want to spice up your diet? There’s one spice that can add flavor and unbeatable medicinal properties. Turmeric!

Many may know turmeric as the spice responsible for giving curry that bright yellow color but it does so much more than that and should be incorporated into your daily diet. This spice possesses many health benefits ranging from anti-inflammation, weight-loss, detox, and many more.

Spice Up Your Diet with These 3 Turmeric Health Benefits

Anti-inflammation

Curcumin, a component of turmeric, has been proven to reduce inflammation in and help with muscle soreness after exercise. Next time your muscles and joints are aching from a workout, try making yourself some turmeric tea!

Weight-loss

Tufts University conducted a study and discovered weight loss benefits in curcumin. It appears that this ingredient in turmeric can “reduce weight gain in mice and suppress the growth of fat tissue.”

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Detox

Turmeric is also a great ingredient to get rid of toxins and other impurities in the body. “It’s known as a blood purifier – it removes toxins from the blood and aids our liver and kidneys,” said Susan Tucker, certified nutrition counselor, health coach and founder of Green Beat Life.

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