• Flashback Friday: Turmeric Curcumin Reprogramming Cancer Cell Death
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    Flashback Friday: Turmeric Curcumin Reprogramming Cancer Cell Death

    “Turmeric Curcumin Reprogramming Cancer Cell Death” The anticancer effects of the turmeric pigment curcumin extend well beyond it’s ability to block carcinogens. The anticancer effects of curcumin mainly result from the multitude of ways it regulates programmed cell death. It’s estimated that human body consists of 10 or so trillion cells, that’s a million million. Almost all of these cells get turned over within approximately 100 days. We’re like a new person, every three months! We reinvent ourselves physically. And since we’re just made up of 3 things air, water, and food – those are the only inputs – we are what we eat literally, physically! In a sense, our…

  • Turmeric for Inflammation: How Much is Enough?
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    Turmeric for Inflammation: How Much is Enough?

    [music] Researchers at the Arizona Health Sciences Center are discovering that the root of the Turmeric plant used for centuries in cooking and in ayurvedic medicine is effective against some inflammatory diseases. Turmeric is a spice that’s used, it’s what causes curries to be orange, and it’s traditionally used a lot in Indian cooking but it’s also used traditionally in Indian medical systems and it’s used specifically for inflammatory things like colds, sore throats, and arthritis. Dr. Janet Funk is a clinical endo-crinologist at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. With support from the national institutes of health, she studied Turmeric to see if it is useful in treating…

  • Healthy Skin Part 3: Living with Eczema
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    Healthy Skin Part 3: Living with Eczema

    [(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life by Jennifer Warnes, Bill Medley playing] Hi, everyone. I’ve had the time of my life preparing the show for you today Get excited. It’s Dr. Nancy. How’s everyone doing today? As the weather warms and the temperatures begin to climb, you might find yourself chomping up a bit to get outside, am I right? Maybe it’s getting your hands dirty working in the garden or, perhaps, you just want to lounge by the pool or at the beach. However, if you are among the 32 million people in the world who suffer from eczema, well, the idea of spending any amount of time…

  • Turmeric Face Mask Recipe for Glowing Skin, Acne, Rosacea, Eczema and Dark Circles
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    Turmeric Face Mask Recipe for Glowing Skin, Acne, Rosacea, Eczema and Dark Circles

    Turmeric Face Mask Recipe for Glowing Skin, Acne, Rosacea, Eczema and Dark Circles turmeric beauty masks have been used across Asia for centuries they are known in Chinese and Indian traditions and are an element of the your’e Vedic medical system in South Asia they were an integral part of the bride’s wedding preparations making her look spotless and glamorous on her big day turmeric contains a photo chemical called curcumin which can benefit the body both from inside and outside turmeric mask works for acne and eczema it reduces inflammation and redness and promotes skin healing due to turmeric Santi oxidant properties it has been used for skin rejuvenation…

  • DO NOT CONSUME TURMERIC IF YOU ARE ON ANY OF THESE MEDICATIONS!
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    DO NOT CONSUME TURMERIC IF YOU ARE ON ANY OF THESE MEDICATIONS!

    DO NOT CONSUME TURMERIC IF YOU ARE ON ANY OF THESE MEDICATIONS! The use of turmeric dates back to India almost four thousand years ago, where it was used as a culinary spice and also in medicinal and ceremonial situations. Most of turmeric’s health benefits come from the active ingredient found inside it called curcumin. As a result of all of these beneficial properties, people often use turmeric as an alternative to, or in combination with, other drugs that they use to treat their ailments. Many of the components that make turmeric so beneficial are the same ones that make it harmful to take in combination with certain medicines. Antacids.…