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Benefits of Turmeric (2009)

by bill - 2009-11-30 - ( life / health / food )

Turmeric, a spice which they eat loads of in India, essentially shuts down cancer switches in the body. Especially effective for breast and prostate cancer, but really all cancers. I add turmeric to at least one meal a day, as well as cayenne which is great for the cardiovascular system and inflammation in general. They have almost no cancer in malnourished India. When you eat it as a spice a lot of it is lost, so for accute conditions one might want to take the supplement, which has bioperine that makes it a lot more assimilable. I don't know if it's causal but after a year of using turmeric, I had my PSA test recently and the doctor said it was a very low 0.5.

Here's the supplement:

[friendsnews.com cannot vouch for this supplement, good or bad] lef.org/Vitamins-Supplements/Item00912/Super-Curcumin-with-Bioperine.html It also eliminates senility. Again, India has the lowest rate of senility in the world.

Turmeric And Some Vegetables Could Halt Prostate Cancer Rutgers researchers have found that the curry spice turmeric holds real potential for the treatment and prevention of prostate cancer, particularly when combined with certain vegetables.

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