Turmeric is becoming one of the most popular spices, and there are numerous good reasons for this. Namely, it is full of nutrients and provides miraculous beneficial effects for the health, as it has powerful antioxidant, anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties.
Its active ingredient is known as curcumin, which has an innumerate list of advantageous uses, and over 7000 reviewed scientific articles which explain its effects on our health.
Therefore, turmeric water is one of the healthiest beverages you can drink.
Here is one great story by a woman from Bristol England. After consuming it for 12 months, a woman from Bristol, England experienced incredible health benefits.
She has amazing pH levels, that means she alkalized her body, she improved her digestion and also what is really important is that she relieved her arthritis symptoms. She get all these benefits by drinking one glass of turmeric water every morning for 12 months.
This is how to prepare this miraculous drink:
In a glass of warm water, add a teaspoon of ground turmeric with a pinch of black pepper, and stir well. Drink the whole amount immediately, until it is warm.
The turmeric water should be consumed every morning, and these are its benefits:
Promotes heart health
Its main ingredient, curcumin, eliminates plaque from the blood vessels and prevents the formation of blood clots.
According to a study from 2011, published in the journal Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, a team of experts from Niigata University of Pharmacy and Applied Life Sciences in Japan, found that the consumption of turmeric for 3 weeks has improved the condition of the heart in male rats.
Reverses type 2 diabetes
The Auburn University conveyed a study in 2009 which was published by Biochemistry and Biophysical Research Communications and demonstrated that this spice can provide great help in the treatment of diabetes.
Alkalizes your body
Turmeric is highly alkaline, and cancer thrives in an acidic environment only.
Protects your brain
According to scientists, the low levels of the growth hormone, Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF), are often related to Alzheimer