Learn about the benefits of Turmeric, and why you should consume it with Black Pepper

In our daily journey to become a strong and healthy person, we learn a lot about our body, our habits and the way we take care of ourselves. Every step we take to improve our lifestyle comes from new knowledge about certain topics, we read health magazines, blogs, medical studies and other resources in order to make an informed choice, because it’s our wellness what we are talking about.

Today we’ll be learning about the vast benefits of Turmeric and Black Pepper for your health and body functions.

Turmeric (Gold spice) has been used in traditional Indian medicine for hundreds of years. New studies support its use and shows it can be benefic for your health. The most active ingredients in Turmeric are the Curcuminoids which have strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. It can help in treating arthritis, indigestion, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

But there’s an issue, the Curcuminoids that Turmeric contains are poorly absorbed by the organism, making it difficult to obtain all these benefits by just consuming Turmeric in your diet. That’s where Black Pepper comes into play. Black Pepper contains Piperine, which can help treat nausea, headaches and poor digestion. Also, one of its most important properties is helping in the absorption of curcuminoids in your body by up to an astonishing 2000%.

If you want to enjoy the many benefits of Turmeric and Black Pepper, you will want to use a supplement that contains both of these components, because usually the quantity of these elements added when cooking is pretty minimal. Turmeric supplements can contain around 95% content of curcuminoids, roughly 30 times more than the ground spices.

Remember always to check with your doctor or healthcare provider before adding this or any other supplement to your routine. Look for the best option, one that doesn’t include ingredients that can be allergenic for you, or can be contraindicated for some health conditions you may have. Taking care of your body is your right and responsibility, your way to a healthy lifestyle is pavemented with your own hands.