Super Charge your Immune System with Turmeric
Sustained consumption of Curcumin over time may be healthy and help protect against infection, especially in the stomach and intestinal tract.Dr. Gombart
#Curcumin is your anti-inflammatory superhero!
It is already well known that Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, has demonstrated anti-viral and anti-fungal properties and can help protect against cancer. Inflammation is the cause of many chronic diseases that cause health to deteriorate and even to develop cancer.
Adrian Gombart from the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, in 2012, a report on the role of curcumin in innate immune function.
The research discovered that curcumin nearly tripled the expression of a gene that encodes a protein known as cathelicidin antimicrobial peptide (CAMP), which can help combat bacteria, viruses and fungi that have not been previously encountered by the immune system.
“It’s interesting and somewhat surprising that curcumin can do that, and could provide another tool to develop medical therapies.” Dr. Gombart stated.
CAMP is the only known antimicrobial peptide of its kind in humans, and is able to destroy a wide range of bacteria, including that which causes tuberculosis. Curcumin’s effect on CAMP is of value in improving immune function, in addition to providing anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits. “However, it’s possible that sustained consumption of Curcumin over time may be healthy and help protect against infection, especially in the stomach and intestinal tract.” Dr. Gombart said.
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