5 Health Benefits Of Eating Turmeric
By: Pinki Fri, 30 Aug 2019 12:34 PM
Turmeric is a mandatory ingredient in almost every Indian food. According to early studies (from the times of Vedas), turmeric has been considered as a super-food because of its amazing medicinal properties. Science, today, has also proved the fact that moderate consumption of turmeric on daily basis prevents any future diseases to occur. Here are five health benefits of turmeric.
* Promotes Fat Loss
Not many know this, but moderate and consistent consumption of turmeric can help in proper reduction of fat in our body. Turmeric helps in regulating metabolism, sugar-level in the blood, etc. because of which calorie-burning rate is higher.
* Boosts Immunity
Turmeric is known to be one of the best foods for maintaining, protecting and boosting immunity in our body. It provides the body with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, and has excellent antiviral, antibacterial, and antimicrobial compounds. These compounds help keep all the disease causing elements at bay.
* Possesses Healing Properties
Turmeric is known to possess excellent healing properties. It helps us cure from normal diseases like cough and cold. Since it protects and maintains immunity, it helps in fighting illnesses in a faster pace. Also, turmeric has a magical property that helps one stop bleeding instantly. Press some turmeric powder on a fresh knife-cut or paper-cut, the bleeding will stop instantly. The cleansing properties of turmeric protects the open wound from outside germs and bacteria.
* Detoxifies Liver
Turmeric’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, teamed with it phyto-chemicals (including curcumin), makes it a natural cleanser. Liver detoxification needs such good natural cleanser that maintains and protects it from disease causing elements as well.
* Aids For A Good Night’s Sleep
The effects of this creamy, milky yellow potion on sleep is magical! Drinking turmeric milk before bedtime is a remedy for insomnia and boosts the serotonin levels in the brain, which triggers relaxation, calmness and sleepiness. This magical potion is considered as a good sleep aid since centuries in our country. Now you know why our grandmothers would try to convince us to drink turmeric milk before bedtime, in childhood!