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Such a fatigued day! This post is about health and food. My next goals are to buy 50 pounds of sunflower seeds; and also hopefully figure out how to buy bulk amounts of V8.

Curry is an Indian food. Curry usually contains the spices Turmeric and Cumin. Also Fenugreek which fights baldness and plumps up breasts, among other things. Cumin is a wonderful spice also used in Mexico, etc. Add sliced bananas with plain yogurt and a little lemon juice and plain coconut and CUMIN, and you have an awesome sour/sweet dessert. Well, in both Turmeric and Cumin is CURCUMIN, a supplement with fascinating properties. I have long praised the health benefits of Turmeric, but now it's really in the news. I take tiny 1/2 teaspoons of Turmeric, and also take some GRAPESEED EXTRACT (research this!), and vitamin D3, and a very tiny amount of Baking Soda. (At other times, I take a mix of Turmeric which includes other things, including garlic and onion, which fight mouldish infections and is also good for blood pressure). I believe these all work synergistically. Now, step right up and read more...

Curcumin found to prevent brain degenerative diseases including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's
(NaturalNews) Researchers from Michigan State University, publishing the result of a study in the Journal of Biological Chemistry have found that this amazing natural compound is able to prevent the destructive formation of alpha-synuclein proteins that are the hallmark presentation in many neurodegenerative disease such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease.

Curcumin, Turmeric Proven Effective at Preventing Parkinson’s Disease
Natural Society - Parkinson’s disease is experienced by more people than those suffering from multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and Lou Gehrig’s disease combined. It is estimated that 7-10 million individuals are living with Parkinson’s worldwide, with 96 percent of diagnoses occurring after the age of 50. What these millions of people need to know is that their disease can be helped with numerous natural remedies. A compound from an ancient herb known as turmeric is one of those remedies.

Vitamin D3 and curcumin synergistically clear brain tangles to help prevent Alzheimer's dementia
(NaturalNews) New hope is now offered by scientists from the University of California publishing in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, as they have identified the specific intracellular mechanism regulated by vitamin D3 that may help the body clear the brain of amyloid beta. There has been scant evidence in the past to show that vitamin D and the curry-derived compound, curcumin help to prevent Alzheimer's dementia. Researchers now provide solid research-based science to explain the precise pathway used by these two natural substances to help stimulate the immune system to activate key genes involved in clearing the amyloid-beta protein.

Study finds link between toxic aldehydes in reheated oil and neurodegenerative diseases, cancer
(NaturalNews) Depending on the type of oil you use to cook -- and whether or not you reheat that oil for multiple uses -- you could be exposing yourself to high levels of toxic aldehydes, chemicals known to cause neurodegenerative disease and cancer. Researchers from the University of the Basque Country (UBC) in Spain have found that some popular cooking oils, including soybean and sunflower oils, generate high levels of toxic aldehydes when heated and reheated.

I urge you to listen to WHAT? ALEX JONE?! Yes - there was a great deal of discussion about food issues on his show today. Listen to the whole show, including his rail against the FERRET, and you will see why I listen to him. Another highly recommended POWER HOUR show, which was a rebroadcast. Tells you a LOT about herbs and spices. March 28: http://thepowerhour.com/schedule.htm . Also, Thom Hartman discussed Curcumin on his show today.

(Be sure to check out the rest of the Natural News site!)

Comments:


the attention just encourages her
xhollydayx at 2012-03-30 03:31 (UTC) (Lien)
Instead of bulk v8 what about a juicer? I had many coupons and a partner who was okay w/ dropping some change on it (I would have gone with a much cheaper model). but I LOVE that fucking thing. I want to hug it. Its easy to use and even though supposedly you should consume the juice sooner (vs. stick in the fridge), I make up a bunch and then on crappy days I have a few containers of it. Juice is easier for me to stomach than food on bad days and I feel like I'm still getting nutrients. A friend of mine found hers on Craig's List . As for D3, my rheumatologist recommended it to me a few months back. Supposedly helps with leg muscle pains?
where hypotheses come to die
madman101 at 2012-03-30 22:40 (UTC) (Lien)
hi - i love to hear from you!

what a great deal on a jammin juicer! i think i can see how you could love it.

i would too - i think they are great and so good for you. i've eyed juicers before and almost bought. i want to get a good one - but not right now. presently, i don't have leeway to buy veggies. i haven't been to a normal supermarket here yet. so i have to wait and just stock up on things i can store, with the most nutrition bang for the buck.

when i finally move to another place, i will be sure to be somewhere near veggies, and ALSO have my own garden! it's been so long since i grdened, and that's one reason my health hasn't been great.
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