The active ingredients of traditional Chinese medicine extracts such as turmeric may help eliminate the new coronavirus The novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19) has evolved into a global pandemic. Worldwide, the situation of the new crown epidemic continues to escalate, and the prolonged soaring e
The Washington State University research team has developed a drug delivery system that uses curcumin, the main ingredient in the spice turmeric, which can successfully inhibit bone cancer cells while promoting the growth of healthy bone cells. Osteosarcoma is currently the second most prevalent cau
inflammation and the role antioxidants play in our bodies. There's a strong link between free radicals and inflammation, with signs of inflammation often suggesting the presence of free radicals.Free radicals can be thought of as a by-product of us being alive, as a car produces fumes when burning f
Natural Grocers has announced its top 10 nutrition trends predictions for 2017, developed by a panel of the company’s category managers, nutrition experts and editorial staff.Citing the trends, the Lakewood, Colo.-based grocer said:Eating healthy also means eating ethicallyFrom ethical eggs to human
Still starting the day with a green juice? You might think it’s the height of healthsome fashion, but this summer, the drink to be sipping is a turmeric latte. The vivid golden drink, made from cold-pressed turmeric juice and nut milk, first gained popularity in the States and Australia, but is now gaining a following in the UK as a healthy alternative to coffee - at Modern Baker in Summertown, Oxford, sales are said to be outnumbering those of regular lattes, while social media is awash with recipes and images of perfect, aerated yellow lattes, often decorated with sprinkles of cinnamon. The trend follows turmeric emerging as the hottest superfood on the block - Google’s recent Food Trends report named the spice as the 'breakout star’ ingredient of the year, with internet searches rising 56 per cent since November. Health-conscious celebrities and bloggers are not only eating and drinking it - Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop website featured a turmeric latte recipe, while Deliciously Ella ma
Turmeric, the herb du jour, has long outgrown its reputation as merely a flavorful spice. Promising clinical data plus powerful marketing campaigns heralding turmeric’s antioxidant and anti-inflammatory health benefits have turned this rhizomatous plant into a star. The result? Sales are up—way up.