Well studies are showing that turmeric, a common spice used to flavour dishes may hold some answers. Tumeric itself is know to contain ingredients for anti-inflammatory purposes and now it is suggested that curcumin, a nutrient and active component within turmeric may prevent Alzheimer’s and cancer.
So if turmeric isn’t part of your pantry, you may want to get some. A colourful spice that truly can flavour any dish and can be added to almost anything. I know people who put it in their drinks as well as their food dishes simply to get the value of the anti-inflammatory benefits.
If adding this colourful spice isn’t for you. You can buy turmeric curcumin tablets and many health food stores and take like a vitamin or supplement.
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This article is intended for information purposes only. Please talk to your doctor or health practitioner about preventing Alzheimer's and cancer.