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The Most Important Things You Need to Know About Turmeric Curcumin

 

The spice known as Tumeric has been widely used in Asia for thousands of years to not only bring flavor to food but to also heal various ailments. However, it is only recently that Westerners are catching on to the amazing benefits offered by this versatile spice. In fact, recent publications strongly suggest that turmeric even can help heal blood cancer.

What is Turmeric?

The scientific name for Turmeric is Curcuma longa, and it is an ancient spice of Indian origin that is part of the ginger spice family. It has been used throughout history for its medicinal properties and as a food dye and flavoring. It consists of bright yellow root stalks that are known as rhizomes, which is the component of the plant that is dried and ground into what we know as Turmeric powder. Turmeric gets its unique yellow color from plant compounds and curcuminoids.

Modern-day Turmeric spice is mostly cultivated and consumed in India, where it’s often used to lend a characteristically peppery and slightly bitter taste to curry dishes. Turmeric is primarily made up of starch and fiber and features a considerable amount of nutrients and plant compounds.

Turmeric primarily contains active compounds known as curcuminoids, which is where all of the healing benefits come from- as well as its characteristic yellow color!

Although curcumin makes up only 3% of the curcuminoids in Turmeric, it is the one with the most extensive scientific research behind it. It is not uncommon to find that most commercial turmeric powders with curcumin typically contain additives like the anti-caking agent, silicon dioxide. That said, beware of cheap turmeric powders, as they may also come with illegal additives that aren’t even mentioned on the labeling of the product. We’ll be delving deeper into how this process works below.

Why Do People Eat Turmeric?

A lot of people use turmeric as a food dye as well as a spice, to give food a color and flavor boost! However, turmeric is a versatile spice that is also utilized for its health benefits, which according to research, are a result of the curcumin compound, which is the main active component.

Here are just a few of the health benefits that you can expect to derive from curcumin supplements:

It reduces inflammation: One of the leading causes of disease in the modern world is chronic inflammation, and there is plenty of scientific research which shows that taking curcumin supplements can significantly reduce inflammatory markers in sufferers.

It increases your antioxidant status: Curcumin can boost your antioxidant status due to the overabundance of antioxidants that it contains.

It improves the performance of blood vessels: Research shows that taking curcumin supplements could potentially reduce blood pressure, increase blood flow and dilate blood vessels.

It reduces your risk of getting a heart attack: Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, curcumin can also help to reduce your risk of getting a heart attack.

Turmeric and Curcumin Side Effects

Curcumin and Tumeric share a common trait in that they are both very safe to consume and don’t come with any serious contraindications. That said, there are some mild side-effects that certain people might experience after ingesting it in high doses.

Turmeric

If you’re predisposed to kidney stones, then you might be affected by the 2% oxalate compound in turmeric.

You have to keep in mind that most commercially produced turmeric powders contain harmful additives and toxic contaminants that could harm your health. The worst part is that most of the bad ingredients aren’t listed on the label, so you won’t even know that it’s there. This includes “fillers” like rye flour, wheat, barley and even cassava starch.

Of course, if you’ve got a predisposition to celiac disease or are gluten intolerant, then you should steer clear of any product that contains rye flour, wheat, and barley because that will trigger all of the symptoms that you’re trying to avoid.

As the commercially produced turmeric powder gets diluted with flour, it loses some of its colors, which is then replaced with food colorant, such as metanil yellow- also known as acid yellow 36. Scientific research shows that consuming this compound in high doses may contribute to the development of neurological damage and even cancer, and although it is illegal to use in America and Europe, it is widely utilized in India.

You’d be surprised to find out that some turmeric powders even come with the heavy metal lead, which is known for its toxic effects on the human nervous system.

Curcumin

Taken as a supplement, curcumin is safe and does not come with any severe side effects, especially if you take it in relatively low doses. In fact, a recent study that featured 10 adult participants, showed that taking a daily dose of 490mg of curcumin does not cause any side-effects whatsoever, and in the same vein, studies that were conducted based on the daily intake of 1,200 mg to 2,100 mg of curcumin supplements concluded that this supplement does not cause any side-effects, even when taken for 2 to 6 weeks long.

That said there is a small percentage of people that might still experience side effects when taking higher doses of it, and these might include:

Problems with digestion: Some people may notice mind digestive problems such as acid reflux, diarrhea, flatulence and bloating, especially when taking daily doses that exceed 1, 000mg.

Nausea and headaches: A small percentage of people might experience some level of nausea and headaches when taking this in daily doses of 450mg.

Skin rash: There have been cases of skin rash appearing after taking a daily dose of 8, 000mg of curcumin, which is quite rare.

Research done on rats showed that high daily doses of 1, 170 per pound of body weight could result in grave side effects, especially when taken for a prolonged period, for say, 13 weeks.

Some of these side-effects include stomach ulcers, an increased risk of developing liver or intestinal cancer, stained fur and liver growth.

However, the real problem here seems to be the dose instead of the actual substance, because no side-effects have been reported in lower doses of curcumin supplements, especially not when it’s only taken for a short amount of time.

How Much is Too Much?

Currently, there are no formal recommendations on how much turmeric is too much.

But, the rule of thumb is that you should always follow the dosage recommendations set out on the labeling of the supplement that you’re taking. Plus, curcumin supplements do come with dosage recommendations according to official guidelines.

According to the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA), the standard daily recommendation for the dietary intake of curcumin is 3mg per kilogram of body weight.

This means that if you weight 81 kg for example, then you would have to take no more than 239 mg per day.

That said, there have been certain cases where patients were able to handle large daily doses of 3, 600mg to 12, 000 mg without experiencing any adverse side-effects.

How to Ensure Turmeric Quality

Certain sub-standard turmeric powders come with cheap fillers which are not shown on the labeling of the product, which makes it difficult to spot them without doing some chemical test. The best course of action in this instance would be to only purchase turmeric that has been approved by a reliable agency.

For example, you can try to find turmeric that’s approved by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), or only purchase supplements that have been certified by a third party. Some of the most reliable and reputable certification companies include the US Pharmacopeial Convention (USP), Informed Choice and NSF International, and the logos of these companies are easy to identify on packaging, while you can also visit their websites to find out which supplements have been certified by them.

Taking turmeric or curcumin supplements does not necessarily lead to adverse side-effects in most cases, but there are some people that will experience problems with it, like mild diarrhea, headaches, and general discomfort. This is especially so if high dosages of the supplements have been ingested. Low-quality turmeric products also tend to contain cheap fillers like rye flour and wheat starch, which is a no-go for gluten intolerant customers.

The Difference Between Turmeric Root, Turmeric Powder, and Turmeric Oil?

Rhizome, the turmeric root we mentioned above, is very similar to ginger in the way it looks and its texture, as well as the fact that it grows underground. What makes turmeric root unique is the fact that it consists of about 100 compounds, including minerals like potassium, calcium, iron, sodium, phosphorous and vitamins B and C, as well as dietary fibers, omega 3 fatty acids, alpha-linolenic acid, and moisture. From the rhizome, we get turmeric powder and turmeric oil.

Turmeric powder is mostly made up of the curcuminoids, which are what gives it the characteristic yellow color. Turmeric oil, on the other hand, is the liquid form of the root and contains a lot of the compounds that give it its characteristic aroma.

Different Forms of Turmeric and Curcumin?

While many are now opting for curcumin supplements instead of ground turmeric, it’s important to remember that the latter is quite versatile and can be added to stir-fries, curries, and even smoothies. Just 1 tablespoon of fresh turmeric root can yield 196mg of potassium, 2g of fiber and 6g of carbohydrates. However, you can only get the essential nutrients and healthy oils of turmeric when you eat it fresh.

BCM-95 has exclusive bragging rights as the one curcumin extract that can give you all the potent essential oils of turmeric, which work together with curcuminoids, and this combination was specifically created to simulate turmeric in its natural state.

Comparison Between Turmeric and Curcumin’s Efficacy

Here’s what research studies have to say about turmeric and curcumin:

Immunity: Turmeric is superior to curcumin.

A scientific study was recently conducted to compare curcumin with the ethanolic extract of turmeric with regards to antioxidant, immunostimulatory and anti-inflammatory properties.

This study found that turmeric was able to improve the presence of perforin, which is a protein that’s responsible for some important immune responses in the body.

Anti-Oxidant Properties: Turmeric is superior to curcumin.

In the same study mentioned above, it was found that turmeric contains far superior antioxidant qualities than curcumin, and provided twice as much protection from reactive oxygen species production.

Brain Function Related Benefits: Turmeric is superior to curcumin.

The beta-amyloid protein is instrumental in improving conditions like Alzheimer’s because it formulates brain cell aggregates that help to prevent and reverse nerve cell death, loss of brain function and it interrupts brain signals.

Conversely, studies show that unlike turmeric, curcumin does not show any signs of inhibition or any benefits to cognitive ailments like Alzheimer’s.

Curcumin-Free Turmeric Benefits

Now, let’s look at what the health benefits of turmeric are without curcumin. This will help to dispel the myth that turmeric without curcumin is devoid of any healing properties. While most studies conclude that turmeric gets its healing properties from curcumin, there is evidence to prove that curcumin-free varieties of turmeric also have medicinal value.

Curcuminoid-Free Extract of Turmeric Has Anti-Inflammatory Property

Scientific research has been conducted to determine the anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin and whether or not molecules enhance this outcome.

Up to 10 new compounds have been recognized for having exceptional anti-diabetic, anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties.

Further research suggests that an aqueous turmeric extract -sans curcuminoids- is capable of the same anti-inflammatory restoration offered by curcuminoids and turmeric in oil form.

What this shows is that turmeric has a massive collection of compounds that offer the same medicinal properties that you’d find in curcumin.

Turmeric Extract Stimulates Immune Responses

Another study was conducted to analyze the influence of turmeric extract that is free from curcuminoid on the body’s immune response.

It turned out that this turmeric extract has a dual immune function in that, it’s able to suppress inflammation to relieve diseases like arthritis, and it stimulates an immune response to speed up healing from infections and wounds, for example.

Turmeric extracts that are free from curcuminoids are also capable of relieving pain and improving immune response.

Turmeric Oil Bioactive Properties

The following compounds are what turmeric oil is made up of in the absence of curcuminoids:

According to reliable research, there are many medicinal properties offered by turmeric oil:

It improves brain health.

It contains analgesic and anti-inflammatory qualities.

It has some anti-fungal qualities.

It reduces cholesterol levels in the body.

It can be instrumental in healing diabetes.

Can prevent cancer growth and certain cancer mutations.

Decreases gastric ulcer while promoting improved gastric health.

Dosing

Adults

By Mouth

To relieve high cholesterol, take two 1.4 gram doses of turmeric extract per day for 3 months.

To relieve itching aka pruritus: Take 3 daily doses that amount to 1500mg of turmeric per day for up to 8 weeks. This can be used in conjunction with daily consumption of a product that contains turmeric extract and black pepper for 4 weeks.

To relive osteoarthritis: Take a non-commercial turmeric product in four daily doses of 500mg for a period of 4 to 6 weeks. This could be a combination of Turmacin and Natural Remedies Pvt. Ltd. at the mentioned dosage for 6 weeks or Indena and Meriva at the recommended dosage for 2 to 3 months. You can also use other turmeric product combinations for the same results.

Children

By Mouth

To reduce cholesterol, ingest 2 doses of 1.4 grams of turmeric extract per day for a period of 3 months. Suitable for children 15 years and above.

Turmeric and Weight Loss

The curcumin compound in tasty turmeric spice not only gives the spice its distinctive yellow color but lends significant anti-inflammatory benefits as well. Apart from that, turmeric can also help you to combat obesity and similar weight problems that are caused by metabolic disorders. Granted, you probably won’t get rid of your weight loss problems using turmeric alone, but it will help you to burn fat more efficiently while mitigating the effects of inflammation on your body.

Anti-Inflammation, Weight, and Turmeric

The reason why obesity exposes you to the development of chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart conditions is that your body gets more low-grade inflammation the more weight you gain. The curcumin antioxidant is one of the primary compounds found in turmeric, and it’s responsible for conveying information between the cells in your muscles, fat, and pancreas. That’s what makes it so effective at reducing cholesterol, high blood sugar, and insulin resistance. It also helps to curb metabolic conditions that are related to obesity, and once it takes away the stress of fighting inflammation from your body, you’ll find that the battle to lose weight becomes much easier.

The Anti-Obesity Potential of Turmeric

Many a study that focuses on turmeric has concluded that turmeric can combat weight gain. For example, the Tufts University performed a study on mice in the year 2009 which showed that curcumin has fat suppressing abilities.

You see, fat tissue tends to grow as you gain weight, and this is due to the formation of new blood vessels. According to the study, mice that were fed curcumin showed a less fat gain as a result of the compound’s suppression of their ability to form new blood vessels. However, the mice that did not ingest curcumin pretty much continued to gain weight due to the high-fat diet that both groups were taking. That said, there are no human studies to confirm the effectiveness of turmeric on weight loss as found in this study on mice.

Including Turmeric in Your Diet

Turmeric is a versatile spice that’s easy to work with, and you can incorporate it into your diet in a variety of different ways without worrying about side-effects (unless you’ve got an allergy). You can use it to flavor grilled meats, homemade salad dressings, tomato-based sauces and even marinades. To get the most out of its weight-busting and antioxidant properties, add it to foods of a similar color such as mac ‘n’ cheese, summer squash and scrambled eggs.

All of that aside, taking turmeric in supplement form will intermingle with other medications, which is why you should consult with your physician before you incorporate turmeric supplement to your diet. For example, a turmeric supplement can restrict the effects of certain medications that are made to reduce stomach acid, and it can lead to low blood sugar when taken at the same time as particular diabetes medication. Also, it may not be a good idea to take a turmeric supplement if you’re taking blood thinners or suffer from bile passage obstruction and gallstones.

Taking large doses of turmeric supplement for a prolonged period may also cause the development of ulcers and lead to stomach upset. Your best bet is to follow the dosage provided by your healthcare provider.

Comprehensive Strategy for Weight Loss

As with anything that facilitates weight loss, turmeric is not some miracle substance that’ll melt all your weight away. To lose weight, you still need to watch your diet and exercise to reduce your caloric intake. You can determine your daily caloric requirements by consulting with your doctor, or by using an online calculator. Caloric requirements differ from one person to the other and are contingent on factors like age, gender, size and your overall daily activity level.

However, you should strive to create a 500 to 1, 000 calorie deficit no matter what result you get as your daily caloric requirements, as that’ll help you lose at least 1 or 2 pounds each week, and don’t forget to eat well. One of the most efficient methods to lose 1 pound per week if your daily caloric intake is 2, 000 calories, is to burn at least 250 of those calories through exercise, and a further 250 through your diet.

The Future of Curcumin?

Data from Grand View Research shows us that the curcumin market is projected to surpass $94 million in worldwide sales by the year 2022, whereas research from the year 2014 shows that the biggest regional market for the compound in North America, coming in at $20 million in total sales revenue for the year. Also, Arjuna Naturals, the Indian manufacturing giant that produces BCM-95 (a curcumin supplement) financed curcumin research to the tune of $1.5 million, which began in 2016.

The goal of this research is to explore the effects of curcumin on sufferers of depression and children with ADHD, and whether or not the addition of saffron can improve the health benefits of curcumin.

So far, there is a lot of demand for curcumin, as evidenced by the growth of curcumin sales.

Turmeric and Curcumin Proven Health Benefits

Turmeric is arguably the most efficient dietary supplement known to man.

There are numerous studies which indicate that it offers plenty of health benefits for body and mind.

Here are just 10 of the health benefits that you can derive from taking turmeric based on scientific evidence:

Turmeric Contains Bioactive Compounds with Powerful Medicinal Properties

Turmeric has been used in India for centuries as a food flavoring, colorant and health booster. Now, the greater global community is waking up to its phenomenal health benefits, which it gets from the curcuminoid compounds, especially curcumin.

It’s important to mention that of all the compounds in turmeric, curcumin is the main active ingredient, and yet it is only 3% of the total weight of turmeric powder. It is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent and is the main subject for most of the studies that have been conducted on turmeric. The typical dose is usually around 1 gram per day, which is near impossible to reach by just using turmeric as a spice in your food.

The best way to get the full benefits of turmeric is to take it as an extract that contains a high ratio of curcumin.

However, your body is not able to absorb curcumin into the bloodstream on its own, which is why you have to consume it with black pepper, which contains naturally occurring piperine that will boost your body’s curcumin absorption by up to 2000%!

You can take your curcumin supplement with a few peppercorns so that it’s able to do its job more efficiently. Also, you should ideally take your curcumin supplement along with a high-fat meal because it is a fat-soluble compound.

Curcumin is a Natural Anti-Inflammatory Compound

Inflammation is a vital part of your body’s natural processes. It facilitates damage repair while supporting the body’s ability to combat foreign invaders. The absence of inflammation can increase your risk of developing fatal bacterial pathogens.

However, inflammation is only good for you in the short-term because once it becomes a chronic occurrence, it turns against the body’s tissues and causes significant health issues.

In fact, recent research shows that chronic inflammation is responsible for a lot of the major diseases such as cancer, heart disease, metabolic syndrome, Alzheimer’s and other degenerative illnesses.

That’s why you should pay attention to anything that helps to keep inflammation in check, as that could be the key to avoiding the development of these diseases as well. The good news is that curcumin is one of the most potent anti-inflammatory agents around, and has the same effect as some of the best anti-inflammatory drugs on the market.

What makes curcumin so effective is the fact that it targets inflammation at different stages of its development on a molecular level. Curcumin prevents the NF-kB molecule from traveling to the cell nuclei where it causes inflammation.

In a nutshell, curcumin is a powerful bioactive element that fights inflammation from the source. Plus, you get all the anti-inflammatory benefits without any of the side-effects you’d get from anti-inflammatory drugs.

Turmeric Increases the Antioxidant Capacity of the Body

Oxidative damage is known for speeding up the aging process while making the body vulnerable to disease through free radical development. You see, free radicals typically react with other organic material such as DNA, protein and fatty acids, and the good thing about antioxidants is that they give us a fighting chance against free radical damage.

Fortunately, curcumin is a powerful and well-known antioxidant that has a chemical structure which enables it to cancel out free radicals before they become a problem, and it enhances the antioxidant enzymes that occur naturally in your body as well.

Curcumin Boosts Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor

Contrary to popular belief, neurons continue to multiply and divide for years after we’ve passed early childhood. Our neurons continue to create new connections and in some areas of the brain, even multiply.

This is mainly due to the Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) growth hormone, which mainly functions in the human brain.

As BDNF levels decrease over time, brain disorders like Alzheimer’s tend to develop. On the bright side, curcumin can significantly boost your BDNF brain levels, which facilitates the prevention and treatment of age-related brain decline and brain diseases.

Curcumin Lowers Your Risk of Heart Disease

Research shows that heart disease is the fatal disease in the whole world, and studies show that there are various complex factors that contribute to its development.

Curcumin targets heart disease from the source and can reverse some of the phases involved in its development. For example, curcumin helps the endothelium to function better so that it’s able to regulate things like blood clotting and blood pressure more efficiently, the lack of which is what often causes heart disease.

In fact, studies show that curcumin is as effective as exercise and the Atorvastatin drug at improving endothelial function. Plus, curcumin also combats oxidation and inflammation, which are also major contributing factors to heart disease development.

A recent study involving 121 patients that we split into two groups, administered 4 grams of curcumin each day to one group and a placebo to the other, just days before the surgery, and again afterward. At the end of the exercise, the group who were given curcumin was 65% less likely to develop a heart attack at the hospital than the group that was given a placebo.

Turmeric Can Help Prevent Cancer

Cancer is a dreadful disease which is characterized by unbridled cell growth, and although it manifests itself in different ways, there are certain commonalities between the different cancers which curcumin supplementation can disrupt.

According to research, curcumin has beneficial health properties that hamper the spread and growth of cancer on a molecular level.

Studies also indicate that supplementing with curcumin can decrease the development of new blood vessels for those who already have tumors which is a process known as angiogenesis. Curcumin can also reduce metastasis, a term which refers to the spread of cancer, and the compound can also play a role in the complete annihilation of cancerous cells.

While research has established the efficacy of curcumin to combat cancer in the lab and on animal tests, the same results have not yet been established on human cases, especially not when used in conjunction with pepper, which is an excellent absorption enhancer.

That said, some research shows that curcumin supplementation does contribute to cancer prevention, especially when it comes to gastric cancers like colorectal cancer. For example, a recent study found that taking a 4-gram daily dose of curcumin for 30 days can reduce colon lacerations by 40%.

Although it’s early days, it is possible that curcumin may be formally utilized in conjunction with conventional cancer treatments soon, especially if the studies that are currently underway come out with positive results.

Curcumin May be Useful in Treating Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s is the world’s leading neurodegenerative disease and is also the main cause of dementia. The bad news is that there isn’t any viable treatment for this disease, which is why it’s important to prevent it before it even occurs.

The good news is that curcumin has been shown to cross the barrier between blood and brain, thanks to its anti-oxidative damage and anti-inflammation properties, both of which are major causes of Alzheimer’s.

Another major marker of Alzheimer’s is the accumulation of Amyloid plaque protein tangles, which curcumin is capable of untangling.

That said, extensive research still needs to be conducted before curcumin’s efficacy in treating Alzheimer’s can be established and confirmed.

Arthritis Patients Respond Very Well to Curcumin Supplementation

Arthritis is one of the leading health concerns of the modern Western world, and although it manifests in different forms and areas of the body, it is mainly caused by joint inflammation. Thanks to curcumin’s anti-inflammatory properties, you can now use this compound to treat arthritis to some degree, as some studies show.

For example, in a study which was conducted to compare the efficacy of curcumin and an anti-inflammatory drug on arthritis, it was found that curcumin is more effective when it comes to improving the symptoms associated with arthritis.

Curcumin Has Incredible Benefits Against Depression

A recent controlled trial study with 60 depression patients divided the participants into three random groups that were given curcumin, Prozac and a curcumin/ Prozac combination consecutively. After 6 weeks of taking the compounds in the recommended doses, the patients who took curcumin showed vast improvements that are similar to taking Prozac, whereas the patients who took the Prozac / curcumin combination showed the most improvement.

This study shows that curcumin is an excellent antidepressant. Also, as previously mentioned, curcumin can boost BNDF levels, which is beneficial to depression sufferers, because the disease shrinks the hippocampus while reducing brain-derived neurotrophic factor levels. So, taking curcumin can potentially help depression patients to regain their memory and learning ability, while boosting beneficial neurotransmitters known as dopamine and serotonin.

Curcumin May Help Delay Aging

Curcumin is also being touted as an anti-aging supplement, thanks to its ability to compact aging-related ailments like heart disease, Alzheimer’s and cancer. In fact, curcumin’s longevity-promoting effects are also made stronger by its anti-oxidation and anti-inflammatory properties.

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Health buffs have been using Turmeric curcumin to boost their health for millennia, taking advantage of the compound’s ability to promote heart health, stronger joints and a healthy liver. The turmeric Curcuma herb comes from Curcuma Longa roots and is an indelible aspect of Indian and Asian heritage, where it has been used for its cooking and healing benefits. Turmeric contains curcumin, which is high in immune-boosting beta-carotene.

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