Curcuminoids Improve Lipid Profiles, Reduce CVD Risk in Diabetic Patients Friday, 08 December 2017 20:37 By Kristen Schepker, Assistant Editor Print Email Adding to a growing list of health benefits of turmeric, a new study show that three major compounds found in the plant may help reduce the risk....
Can you comment on effects on kidney for some genetic mutations. I believe it might be CBS defects?
I've taken curcumin for almost 5 years for the inflammation related to Sjogren's. It's worked very well for that and CRP has dropped. And now I know another reason why my tests for cholesterol and A1C improved.
During flu and cold time of year, it’s important to nourish your immune system. But, most folks don’t know that the lymphatic and immune systems are intricately entwined and cannot function without each other. ...
During flu and cold time of year, it’s important to nourish your immune system. But, most folks don’t know that the lymphatic and immune systems are intricately entwined and cannot function without each other.
I believe a Dr on the Broken Brain documentaries, said Gluten isn't good for anyone. (I don't recall his name, however) ??
What about zonulin and intestinal permeability?
‘The classical paradigm of inflammatory pathogenesis involving specific genetic makeup and exposure to environmental triggers has been challenged recently by the addition of a third element, the loss of intestinal barrier function. Genetic predisposition, mis-communication between innate and adaptive immunity, exposure to environmental triggers, and loss of intestinal barrier function secondary to the activation of the zonulin pathway by food-derived environmental triggers or changes in gut microbiota, all seem to be key ingredients involved in the pathogenesis of inflammation, autoimmunity, and cancer.’
Broken brain series of functional medicine have advised not to eat gluten ever!!