Turmeric Powder – Make Skin More Bright, Improves Brain Function, Boost Metabolism, Manage Digestive Disorders & Relieves Pain
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ChiltanPure Organic Turmeric Powder
Turmeric, a plant in the ginger family, is native to Southeast Asia and is grown commercially in that region. In the same way, its rhizome (underground stem) is use as a culinary spice and traditional medicine.
ChiltanPure Turmeric powder can be use as spice as well as a major ingredient in curry .Likewise,this powder is also use for many cures and other traditional medical systems. Moreover turmeric powder is traditionally used in cooking widely. Also many people also use it as medicine for disorders of the skin, upper respiratory tract, joints, and digestive system.
Our Turmeric powder is blend of nutrients and minerals. One table spoon serving of ChiltanPure Turmeric powder contains:
- 29 calories
- 0.91 grams (g) of protein
- 0.31 g of fat
- 6.31 g of carbohydrates
- 2.1 g of fiber
- 0.3 g of sugar
On the other hand, one table spoon serving provides:
- 26 percent of daily manganese needs
- 16 percent of daily iron
- 5 percent of daily potassium
- 3 percent of daily vitamin C
ChiltanPure Turmeric powder carries anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, these properties have ability to reduce the aggravation that people with arthritis feel in their joints.
Turmeric powder act as a pain reliever. Likewise this spice is reputed to relieve arthritis pain as well. Now a days, excessive consumption of turmeric is observing because of its antioxidant abilities. Furthermore,the antioxidant effect of turmeric appears to be so powerful that it may stop your liver from being damaged by toxins.
Antioxidants in turmeric powder is good for people who take strong drugs for diabetes or other health conditions, that might hurt their liver with long-term use.
A Versatile Spice
ChiltanPure Turmeric powder is highly versatile spice that can be added to meals in a range of ways, including:
- Adding turmeric into spice mixtures such as curry or barbecue rub.
- Making a homemade dressing using part oil, part vinegar, and seasonings including turmeric.
- Changing up your go-to marinades by adding turmeric.
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Turmeric powder, also known as Curcumin. Curcumin has many scientifically prove health benefits, such as the potential to prevent heart disease, Alzheimer and cancer.
Turmeric is thought of as a pain reliever. The spice is reputed to relieve arthritis pain as well.
Studies seem to support turmeric for pain relief, with one study noting that it seemed to work as well as ibuprofen (Advil) in people with arthritis in their knees.
Though dosing recommendations seem to vary, those who participated in the study took 800 mg of turmeric in capsule form each day.
Improves liver function
Turmeric has been getting attention recently because of its antioxidant abilities.
The antioxidant effect of turmeric appears to be so powerful that it may stop your liver from being damaged by toxins. This could be good news for people who take strong drugs for diabetes or other health conditions that might hurt their liver with long-term use.
Possibly reducing the risk of cancer
Curcumin shows promise as a cancer treatment. Studies suggest it has protective effects against pancreatic cancer, prostate cancer, and multiple myeloma.
Turmeric adds flavor to food, which explains its presence in curry powder. However, turmeric can also play an important role in digesting that food.
The spice can contribute to healthy digestion as a result of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Turmeric is used in Ayurvedic medicine as a digestive healing agent. Western medicine has now begun to study how turmeric can help with gut inflammation and gut permeability, two measures of digestive efficiency.
The spice is even being explored as a treatment for irritable bowel syndrome.
Other suggested benefits, such as lowered cholesterol and lowered blood pressure, might have something to do with the way turmeric functions in your blood.
People who take blood-thinning drugs, such as warfarin (Coumadin), should avoid consuming large doses of turmeric
For a fresh taste and signature texture, add some dried Turmeric Powder to yogurt, cake, doughnuts, ice cream and also can be used as an ingredient in savory and sweet recipes and enjoy as accompaniment with several dishes and add as stuffing in your parathas and sandwiches.
Turmeric Powder can be used to garnish your favorite salads and desserts