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Turmeric a Cleansing Food That Naturally Combats Liver Disease in Dogs
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Turmeric contains a phytochemical ingredient called Curcumin, which has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties. Curcumin supplements are used for a variety of health purposes in humans and animals. According to experts, it is best ... [...]
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Ancient Spice May Be Next Big Thing in Food Safety
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Curcumin, a primary component of turmeric, has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. Using nanotechnology, the researchers developed a way to bind curcumin to metal and glass; essentially they used tiny bubbles (nanovesicles) to ... [...]
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Food porn shot of the day: turmeric is keeping me safe (apparently)
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I learned this week I'm staying extra safe from pathogens after researchers from Southern Illinois University published a study on using curcumin, a major component of turmeric as an antibacterial compound. IMG_0376. But, like the oregano/norovirus ... [...]
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Indian spice may improve food safety, freshness
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Curcumin turned out to be the most effective antimicrobial compound. In particular, the researchers tested the compound against E. coli, and found curcumin to be highly effective. With the aid of $300,000 in continued support from BARD, the team ... [...]
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Is Turmeric the Future of Food Safety?
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A research team at Southern Illinois University has found a way to employ the antimicrobial properties of turmeric without making foods taste like turmeric, reports Grist. Using spices to inhibit the growth of harmful microbes is nothing new. In fact ... [...]
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Raw turmeric milk
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Turmeric: The superstar spice has antiviral, antibacterial, and antimicrobial properties, and has shown benefits in the area of breast cancer prevention, cold and flu, heart health, and Alzheimer's. Process the following ... [...]
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Helping our immune system kill bacteria, viruses and fungi
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Throughout 2005 (that is, before I’d ever even heard of curcumin), I suffered from chronic and very painful yeast infections…couldn’t get rid of ‘em…took truckloads of antibiotics, but nothing worked. Well, soon after I began the curcumin protocol (= January 2006), the infections disappeared. Completely. At first I didn’t make the connection with my curcumin intake. But one day, bingo!, I realized that curcumin’s antibacterial and antiviral effects had probably done the job! [...]
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