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The Mood and Brain Benefits of Curcumin from Turmeric

By: Andrew Scholey, Katherine Cox Compounds that increase the activity of certain neurotransmitters (chemical signalling molecules) or the delivery of the basic energy substrates (glucose and oxygen) to the brain have the potential to improve aspects of cognitive function. Those that, like curcumin, decrease inflammation and oxidative stress may have longer-term benefits for the ageing brain. […]

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Curcumin’s Bioavailability Level

Curcumin’s Bioavailability Results Commentary by Pan Pantziarka I have written before about curcumin, the yellow pigment from the spice turmeric, and its anti-cancer properties. In the lab there is ample evidence from petri dishes and test tubes, and evidence too from animal experiments aplenty. It seems to act in multiple ways across a wide range […]

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