This spice also used in Ayurvedic medicine, constantly increasing the effect of blood test speed, as demonstrated by an Italian study,
Add a pinch of turmeric to your food: winning are in taste and health. This colorful spices, indeed, capable of the effects of diet, some blood parameters improves diseases such as diabetes and “associated with increased obesity. In order to prove that they are the first results of an Italian study Rolando Alessio Belonging, master teacher is in nutrition and dietetics are Department of Sapienza University of Rome and head of preventive nutrition department prevention Bureau PROS cancer.
Turmeric is native to Southeast Asia for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine for its anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antioxidant properties is used because the active ingredient in curcumin.
The relationship between inflammation, obesity and diabetes, the researchers tried to test the effectiveness of the juice of 200 obese patients with type 2 diabetes: a hundred of them to a particular diet, have suffered percent while other excluding diet has also taken four times a day, 4 capsules each with 300 mg of curcumin are connected to piperine 5% black pepper active molecule that enhances the action of curcumin.
After one year, all patients had improved blood tests registered turmeric due diet.Those had taken regularly, but the best results were obtained: (highest presence of cancer) C-reactive protein They reduced by 36% compared to 31% who had only been on a diet; the glycosylated hemoglobin (an indicator of diabetes) declined by 28% compared to 23% in the control group; interleukin 6 (released during chronic inflammation and is known to stimulate the proliferation of tumor cells) is reduced to 26% from 19%; Finally, cholesterol was compared to 18% of the second group of patients, decreased by 21.5%.
‘Inflammation at the root of obesity and growth medium for many cancers, “says Bolognino who is a member of the search and integrated oncology therapy (ARTOI)” This study -. Adds – then opens the door to applications in research into cancer therapies that complement conventional use of natural substances. “