10 Things That Happen When You Eat More Turmeric


Turmeric is one of the most commonly used spices in food, especially if you like to eat food such as curries and sauces. It has a lengthy history of use, especially in Ayurvedic remedy and different normal types of medicine. Here’s what you need to know about turmeric and curcumin benefits and more.

The advantages of turmeric to the human body have been well documented. Right now, is a famous commodity that is in urgent demand. It has loads of advantages and helps with some health prerequisites and challenges.

Turmeric Nutrition One tablespoon (about 7 grams) of ground turmeric contains approximately:
23.9 calories
4.4 grams carbohydrates
0.5-gram protein
0.7-grams fat 1.4 grams of fiber
0.5-milligram manganese (26 percent DV)
2.8 milligrams iron (16 percent DV)
0.1-milligram vitamin B6 (6 percent DV)
170 milligrams potassium (5 percent DV)
1.7 milligrams vitamin C (3 percent DV)
13 milligrams magnesium (3 percent DV)

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