I put Turmeric in oats, along with black pepper, oregano, coriander, and a few peanuts.
Let the turmeric boil for a few minutes to extract the curcumin active ingredient.
Then added the oats and stirred thoroughly while cooling.
Immediately my lower back started tingling and pain went away overnight.
I will go to gym asap and walk 10 miles to see if pain comes back.
Maybe some stretching too and bent rowing, although I am not a stretcher.
Probably why getting back pain, and sitting at computer right now back rigid.
Must stretch, keep all body parts in motion to expel Arthritis germs.
I quit putting turmeric in coffee because it stains teeth yellow.
Better start back as it really works to stop inflammation etc.
Black pepper helps absorb all sorts of nutrients from spices, foods.
Turmeric is hard to extract and absorb the curcumin active ingredient
why it needs to be boiled with black pepper and something oily such as nuts.
Hard to cook right.
Must cook right or it won't work.
Curcumin pills may be a good way to get the active ingredient absorbable.
But if those pills are made in Communist China I would not take.
May be hard to find out where pills are coming from, smuggled, lied, un-inspected, etc.
My skin turned yellow in the 1970s from too many carrots and turmeric in French's mustard.
Even in the 1980s I was still making a "hot dog" from a carrot rolled up in a slice of bread and bright yellow mustard.
I accidentally discovered turmeric long ago and did not even know it.
I always preferred mustard to mayo fat vegetable oil GMO.
Carrots probably my favorite food - can always find, always in season - just peel wash eat plain.
A $7 pound lasts about a year.
I go to ethnic grocery stores as their customers are the most demanding, having used it for years, not as a novelty item.
Get the brightest yellow I can find, should look as bright as French's mustard.
Usually in transparent 1 pound canisters so you can plainly see the spice.
If you cannot see the food through the packaging then do not buy it.
Rice / Oats are naturally gluten free why Japanese live longer they worship rice.
USA a huge rice producer - Sacramento and SE Arkansas - and a huge oats producer.
Turmeric Makes rice / oats brilliant gold color and prevents Alzheimers, arthritis, cancer, etc.
They also have big bags of ginger, cinnamon, red pepper,
Curcumin is the principal curcuminoid of the popular Indian spice turmeric, which is a member of the ginger family
A 2004 UCLA-Veterans Affairs study suggested curcumin might inhibit the accumulation of destructive beta-amyloid in the brains of Alzheimer's disease patients,
and might also break up existing plaques associated with the disease.
There is also circumstantial evidence curcumin improves mental functions;
a survey of 1010 Asian people who ate yellow curry and were between the ages of 60 and 93
showed those who ate the sauce "once every six months" or more had higher MMSE results than those who did not.
Numerous studies have demonstrated curcumin,
amongst only a few other things, such as high impact exercise, learning, bright light,
has a positive effect on neurogenesis in the hippocampus and concentrations of brain-derived neurotrophic factor.
as of 2008, numerous clinical trials in humans were underway, studying the effect of curcumin on various diseases,
including multiple myeloma, pancreatic cancer, myelodysplastic syndromes, colon cancer, psoriasis, and Alzheimer's disease.
have suggested curcumin may have
In addition it may be effective in treating malaria,
prevention of cervical cancer,
Alzheimer's disease (AD) involves amyloid β (Aβ) accumulation, oxidative damage, and inflammation,
and risk is reduced with increased antioxidant and anti-inflammatory consumption.
The phenolic yellow curry pigment curcumin has potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities and can suppress
cognitive deficits, and
The data suggest that low dose curcumin effectively disaggregates Aβ as well as prevents fibril and oligomer formation,
supporting the rationale for curcumin use in clinical trials preventing or treating Alzheimers.