Turmeric is a yellow spice used in Asian cuisine that can provide the body with a range of health benefits. Read More See less

Related to the ginger plant, turmeric contains bioactive compounds, including curcumin, which can help the body combat oxidation and potentially prevent diseases caused by chronic inflammation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are turmeric supplements suitable for everyone?

Turmeric is suitable for most people, but some of us should avoid taking this spice in high quantities.


This includes pregnant women and people with iron deficiency anaemia, gallstones, or liver problems.


Always speak to a doctor or pharmacist before taking a turmeric supplement if you are taking any other medicines, particularly blood thinners, diabetes medicines or proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole.

How does turmeric help arthritis?

Turmeric has been used in alternative medicine to treat pain and swelling for a very long time.


Curcumin, a compound found in turmeric, is thought to block enzymes and cytokines that cause inflammation, hence why it is believed to be beneficial for arthritis.


Studies have even compared the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric against non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

How much turmeric should I take?

Whilst there isn’t a recommended daily intake of turmeric, you shouldn’t exceed the stated dose on the label of your supplements.


The World Health Organisation recommends up to 3mg per kg of bodyweight of curcuminoids.


Children under 12 and women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not take turmeric.

What are the benefits of turmeric?

Much like colourful fruits and vegetables, turmeric is beneficial for our health because of the plant pigments.


Research shows that turmeric may ease arthritis, support the immune system and potentially lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.


Studies even suggest that by supporting cognitive function, turmeric may be helpful in the treatment of neurological conditions like stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.

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