Curcumin – Turmeric and it’s amazing health benefits

The main active ingredient of Turmeric is Curcumin, a unique polyphenol, which is not found in any other plant. It has a rich yellow color, bitter taste, and spicy aroma.

The plant’s root contains many beneficial substances:

  • Omega 3 fatty acids, which have a positive effect on fat metabolism – they cleanse blood vessels from cholesterol plaques, improve blood circulation in the brain and endocrine glands, stabilize the work of the coronary system of the heart and prevent heart attacks.
  • B Vitamins, which are directly involved in the work and maintenance of a healthy nervous system. Turmeric can be therefore recommended as a remedy for chronic fatigue, depression, and memory impairment. In addition, B vitamins catalyse collagen synthesis and prevent the formation of deep wrinkles.
  • Vitamin E, essential for the normal functioning of the female reproductive system.
  • Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant, well known for its immune system boosting properties.

However, the most valuable substance is Curcumin itself. Many of its properties have been proven by science and technology research labs across the world, and doctors actively recommend taking it in tablets and capsules as an addition to the traditional treatment of diseases of the liver, joints, breast cancer, liver, and other organs.

Curcumin – medicinal properties

Extracts of turmeric are mainly used for liver problems and insufficient bile production. They are recommended for people who have:

  • inflammation of the liver
  • inflammation of the gallbladder
  • biliary stone formation
  • obstructive jaundice
  • impaired secretion of digestive juice
  • gastritis
  • bloating
  • constipation

Turmeric also contains vitamin K, a vitamin that often goes unmentioned, until it is needed. The NIH reports that vitamin K plays a major role in the clotting of the blood, and it is also being studied for its role in maintaining bone health.

Detoxification of the body

For some years now, ‘super foods’ have become popular due to their enormous health benefits; and although we usually only hear about the miracles that ginger can do for our body, sometimes we leave out other great foods like turmeric. In fact, we can detoxify our body even more efficiently with turmeric.

According to the Medical News Today, turmeric increases the body’s immune function because it provides antioxidants.

Turmeric has antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties; in addition, it is excellent for regulating cells and making them strong against some such as cancer, Alzheimer’s, and cardiovascular diseases.

It turns out that turmeric has protective effects on oxidative stress in cells and can eliminate harmful toxins. These toxins cause premature aging and the development of various diseases.

Turmeric root can inhibit the activity of harmful enzymes responsible for inflammatory disorders. 

According to a study conducted by scientists at the University of Annamalai in India, turmeric can help prevent some types of cancer; while the South Korean School of Medicine revealed that this root could protect the liver from injury because it is rich in antioxidants.

Ingesting curcumin by itself does not lead to the associated health benefits due to its poor bioavailability, which appears to be primarily due to poor absorption, rapid metabolism, and rapid elimination. There are several components that can increase bioavailability. For example, piperine is the major active component of black pepper and, when combined in a complex with curcumin, has been shown to increase bioavailability by 2000%.

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Ticks – How they transmit diseases and how can we prevent their bites?

Ticks have a two-year life cycle that begins in early spring when adult females lay their eggs on the ground. The eggs hatch as temperature rises. From summer to early autumn, the larva feeds on the blood of small animals (mice). These larvae can become infected with Borreliosis during feeding. Once they are infected, they will remain infected for the rest of their life, allowing it to transmit the disease to humans.

After the first feeding, the larvae become inactive and rest during the winter. During this time, the larva grows into a nymph.

The following spring, nymphs appear. These nymphs are responsible for most cases of Borreliosis in humans. In the fall, they turn into adults. Adults are located on tops of shrubs or high grass and climb on deer and other large mammals. Once the adult has selected a host, it feeds and later mates. After mating, the female tick lays eggs, and the cycle begins again.

Most of them go through four stages of life: an egg, a six-legged larva, an eight-legged nymph, and an adult. After hatching from eggs, they must drink blood at each stage to survive. Ticks can survive for up to three years to complete their full life cycle, and most will die because they will not find a host for their next feeding.

How do ticks find their hosts?

Ticks sense animal breath, body odor, body heat, moisture, and vibration. Some species may even recognize the shade. In addition, they know excatly where to wait for their prey. While waiting for the host, they hold the leaves and grass with a third and fourth pair of legs. Ticks cannot fly or jump, but they simply wait for proper moment to climb onto the host.

Some will attach quickly, while others will crawl around your body looking for places where the skin is thinner.

How do they spread diseases?

Ticks transmit pathogens through the feeding process. Depending on the type of tick and lifespan, preparation for feeding can take from 10 minutes to 2 hours.

They secrete small amounts of saliva with anesthetic properties so that an animal or person cannot feel the tick. Therefore, it can go unnoticed for longer period.

Ticks will slowly suck blood for a few days. If the host animal has a blood infection, ticks will ingest the pathogens through the blood.

Small amounts of saliva can enter the skin of the host during feeding. If it contains a pathogens, they can be transmitted to the host.

After feeding, most of the ticks will fall off and prepare for the next host. At the next feeding, they can transmit the disease to a new one.

Research have shown that there are some very useful natural essential oils which efficiently repel ticks:

  • Lemon eucalyptus oil
  • Green Mint oil
  • Citronella oil
  • Palmarosa oil
  • Rosemary oil

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ASPARAGUS – The anti-cellulite diet and weight loss

Asparagus has fantastic anti-inflammatory properties that reduce bloating and water retention. It stimulates blood circulation and is great for flushing strong toxins out of the body which would otherwise help to form the cellulite.

The exact cause of cellulite is unknown, but it appears to result from an interaction between the connective tissue in the dermatological layer that lies below the surface of the skin, and the layer of fat that is just below it.

People who eat too much fat, carbohydrates, salt and too little fiber are likely to have greater amounts of cellulite. It may also be more prevalent in smokers, those who do not exercise, and who sit or stand in one position for long periods of time. Wearing tight clothes across the buttocks can limit blood flow and may contribute to the formation of cellulite.

Cellulite prevention with asparagus

This delicious green veggie helps strengthen the veins and capillaries and controls the blood pressure. It has diuretic properties due to the high concentration of potassium and the amino-acid asparagine.

That is a great news, as the accumulation of fluid can otherwise lead to a cellulite. It also contains prebiotic inulin, a carbohydrate that promotes bowel function, and has a high fiber content.

Weight loss

Low in fat and calories (one cup contains only 32 calories), asparagus contains a lot of fiber. As our bodies slowly digests fiber, it makes us ‘feel full’ quicker. Asparagus is therefore a great food that burns fat and works as a natural diuretic – a perfect way to get rid of the excess water deposits. Asparagine, found in asparagus, is an alkaloid that directly affects cells and breaks down fats.

In other words, eating more asparagus helps to flush out excess fluid and salt from the body, thus helps to prevent urinary tract infections. Removing waste and toxins from the body reduces fat levels as well.

Recent research has shown that when you eat sufficient amount of asparagus, you could lose 1-2 kg per week!

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