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How to Absorb Turmeric & Increase its Benefits: Health Hack- Thomas DeLauer
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How to Absorb Turmeric & Increase its Benefits from Health Hack with Thomas DeLauer is an invaluable look at the superfood, Turmeric and a great way to ensure that you are absorbing it to the fullest to get the complete range of benefits that it has to offer such as anti-inflammatory properties and possible anti-cancer benefits. Find out what you can eat with turmeric to ensure that the curcumin within the spice is best able to be broken down by your liver to maximize benefits. Join Celebrity Trainer & Organic Foods Expert, Thomas DeLauer to find out more about curcumin and how it is best absorbed so that you can stay on track toward your health and fitness goals. Thomas Creates Loads of Health and Fitness Videos, and you can get more of them at: http://www.ThomasDeLauer.com If you found this video helpful, head on over and “like” Thomas’s facebook fan page at http://www.Facebook.com/Thomas.DeLauer and subscribe to my channel on YouTube at the link below. I’ll see you there!
 

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Turmeric Can Help You Burn Carbs | Turmeric and Blood Sugar - Thomas DeLauer
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The trick is to know when to utilize specific foods, and in this case, a specific spice. Turmeric has so many properties, but it's carb control properties are amazing! http://www.thomasdelauer.com

Turmeric Can Help you Burn Carbs ! Turmeric and Blood Sugar

Fat loss is simple - in order to lose fat, you need to learn to control your insulin levels.

Your pancreas releases insulin when you eat, and even larger quantities of insulin are released when you have a carb heavy meals. This happens because carbs are converted to sugars in your blood, and the insulin is needed to control your blood sugar.

When you snack consistently and eat a lot of carb heavy foods, your pancreas does not have the time it needs to rebuild insulin for your next meal.

Insulin remains in your blood for about 2-3 hours after a meal, and if you eat lots of carbs your pancreas never has a break from working to produce more insulin. Over time this leads to the pancreas not being able to release sufficient insulin, which can lead to type 2 diabetes

Glucagon and insulin - glucagon and insulin work together in a balancing act. When blood sugar levels drop, glucagon tells the liver to release stored glucose to maintain blood sugar levels. This is when fatty acids and ketone bodies are released, which equals fat burning

Insulin and glucagon cannot be present at the same time, so if we are consuming lots of carbs and always eating we always have insulin in our blood, and glucagon doesn’t have the chance to kick start fat burning

So consuming carbs leads to a higher insulin release, hampering fat loss and eventually leading to type 2 diabetes.

What can you do?

Snack less and eat fewer carbs, allowing your insulin levels to drop. You can also add turmeric into your diet.

Traditionally used in Chinese medicine Asian cuisine, turmeric has been utilized for many years.

Recently the blood sugar lowering effects of turmeric have been found in studies.

A 2008 study published in Molecular Nutrition & Food Research found that both mice with diabetes and those without experienced lower blood glucose levels when curcumin was added to their diets for 6 weeks.

When you lower your blood sugar you thus lower your blood insulin levels, allowing glucagon to get your fat burning mode started.

Simply add turmeric to your meals to reduce your blood sugar levels and thus the amount of insulin released after your meals. Combine this with eating fewer carbs and you can help to control insulin, allowing for fat loss.

1. Carbohydrates and Blood Sugar
https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritio...

2. Effect of Curcumin Supplementation…
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18...

3. Meal frequency
http://robbwolf.com/2013/07/18/meal-f...
 

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Turmeric is great stuff !
We have a mix of 1/3 each (by volume) , Turmeric powder, Garlic powder & ground black pepper.
It is called a "Cancer Preventer".
It is to be put over cabbage type veggies & roasted.
It's pretty good tasting.
 

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Burn Fat & Lower Blood Sugar | Turmeric: Health Hacks- Thomas DeLauer
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Burn Fat & Lower Blood Sugar | Turmeric from Health Hacks with Thomas DeLauer is an educational health and fitness tip on some of the ways that you can potentially increase your fat loss and even drop your blood sugar levels with the powerful spice known as Turmeric. Learn how the pancreas works to regulate insulin levels, the liver’s role in fat burning and when you should consider adding turmeric to your meals to ramp up your fat-burning machine. Join Celebrity Trainer & Organic Foods Expert, Thomas DeLauer to find out what glucagon is and some of the ways that you can space out your meals to increase your weight loss potential and boost your energy levels. Tune in to Thomas’s videos to stay healthy, become better informed and remain on track toward your health and fitness goals. Thomas Creates Loads of Health and Fitness Videos, and you can get more of them at: http://www.ThomasDeLauer.com If you found this video helpful, head on over and “like” Thomas’s Facebook fan page at http://www.Facebook.com/Thomas.DeLauer and subscribe to his channel on YouTube at the link below.

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The #1 Pain Relief Spice for Pain & Inflammation (Pinched Nerve, Neck/Back Pain) - Dr Mandell
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Taking this spice can make a tremendous difference giving you the pain relief you are searching for naturally and safely.
 

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I would be careful with it, I used it cut up in a stir fry and I got canker sores in my mouth.
Krag, sorry to hear that. We all react differently to foods, vit's & med's.
IDK if it's allergies or just our individual make up.
My wife is so sensitive to many things that absolutely do not bother me.
 

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Turmeric Post Workout | Reduce Soreness and Control Inflammation: Thomas DeLauer
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Curcumin for Muscle Soreness

Turmeric Post Workout | Reduce Soreness and Control Inflammation: Thomas DeLauer


While regular exercise is linked to decreased inflammation, exercise in and of itself creates an inflammatory response

Acute exercise vs chronic exercise: difference between measurements taken after a single bout of exercise when compared to long periods of consistent exercise
A single session of exercise will increase inflammatory cytokines, oxidative stress and leukocytosis
Following chronic exercise, or exercising regularly, both reduced inflammatory markers and increased anti-inflammatory substances are found

How can both of these be true?

Exercise puts stress on the body - without stress we do not grow

This stress creates an inflammatory response to help and heal the muscles that have been worked.
Reactive oxygen species are created when we workout and muscles and other body tissues are damaged
Inflammatory cytokines are produced as part of the healing process
These inflammatory substances lead to muscle pain and performance deficits

You may have heard tips to not spend too long at the gym or it can be hard on your body - this is due to inflammation.
When we work out too hard or for too long, the inflammatory response will be longer, and we will feel increased pain, such as delayed-onset muscle soreness

In order to get back to working out, we want to employ both smark workouts and diet to help us reduce inflammation and heal quickly.

Turmeric and Inflammation

Turmeric, and particularly the most active component curcumin, have been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects in the human body

This impact also helps with muscle soreness and fatigue

A 2007 study took mice and had them run on treadmills, either uphill or downhill, with or without curcumin in their diets. Downhill running leads to more muscle damage.

The mice were then split into three groups: one group ran on a treadmill until fatigue 2 and 3 days following the first exercise, one group’s voluntary wheel running was recorded for 7 days, and another group had their muscle inflammatory cytokine concentrations measured.

It was found that for the downhill mice, the curcumin group was able to run longer at both 48 and 72 hours than the placebo group, experienced greater voluntary wheel running for the first two days than the placebo group (both were the same day 3 on), with lower levels of all three inflammatory markers measured 1 and 2 days following the initial treadmill exercise - some but not all of the differences were significant, but all inflammatory markers measured were less for the curcumin group as compared with the placebo.

References

1. Chronic low-grade inflammation after exercise: controversies
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
 

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Woman, 67, who battled blood cancer for five years 'recovers after treating it with TURMERIC' in the first recorded case of its kind
  • Dieneke Ferguson, 67, had given up on gruelling treatments and chemotherapy
  • With her myeloma spreading she began taking 8g of curcumin a day
  • The cancer stabilised in what doctors say was the first case of its kind


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This will be the only press she'll get. Big Pharma can't make any money off products already used by the public.
 

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No joke, I keep forgetting to add it to my food.
Wally World has it in capsule form in the Vitamin Section. I take mine when I take my Vitamin C and other "Vita-meata-vegamins" I Love Lucy

 

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There are a number of spices that have significant health benefits. Turmeric, Cinnamon, Ginger, Ashwaghanda (Indian Ginseng), Raw Cocao, Cayenne Pepper and Black Pepper. I buy empty 000 capsules on amazon. They come 1,000 to a bag, pretty cheap. I mix the first five powders in equal amounts, with 1/4 parts each of both peppers and encapsulate them. Wife and I take one with every meal. I used to have serious knee and shoulder inflammation and could barely climb stairs, sometimes. Now, I'm doing the weights three times a week, including barbell squats, ass to grass (deep squats). Also bounding up and down the stairs like a kid. Well, almost like a kid. The only problem I have is it's tedious filling the caps, but worth the effort, IMO.
 
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There are a number of spices that have significant health benefits. Turmeric, Cinnamon, Ginger, Ashwaghanda (Indian Ginseng), Raw Cocao, Cayenne Pepper and Black Pepper. I buy empty 000 capsules on amazon. They come 1,000 to a bag, pretty cheap. I mix the first five powders in equal amounts, with 1/4 parts each of both peppers and encapsulate them. Wife and I take one with every meal. I used to have serious knee and shoulder inflammation and could barely climb stairs, sometimes. Now, I'm doing the weights three times a week, including barbell squats, ass to grass (deep squats). Also bounding up and down the stairs like a kid. Well, almost like a kid. The only problem I have is it's tedious filling the caps, but worth the effort, IMO.
I was looking at this turmeric drink recipe last night and thought it might be good - some of the herbs you are using.

Blend ginger and turmeric with coconut milk. Drink before bed to help the liver remove toxins.
When I first starting researching about golden milk I was afraid that the recipe was going to be about dairy—nope, no dairy here! Read on, vegan and earth-conscious friends.

What On Earth Is Golden Milk?
Golden milk is actually a combination of herbs and spices with coconut milk and coconut oil warmed up to create a delicious and health-packed drink that you can have anytime of day, although popular times to consume this beverage are upon first waking and before bed.

Golden milk is actually called Haldi ka doodh, which translates to turmeric milk. Believed to have originated in India as part of the Ayurvedic system of healing, golden milk was taken as for anti-inflammatory, detoxification, healthy blood sugar, and many, many more health benefits (as we will soon see!)

Golden milk is rather magical and can help your liver detoxify itself before going to sleep. This creamy drink has so many different health benefits! Let’s learn some more about golden milk and what it can do for you.

What’s in Golden Milk?
Golden milk is generally a combination of turmeric powder, coconut oil, coconut milk, black pepper, and ginger root. You could also add honey if you like the taste. The most notable and powerful spice turmeric is responsible for the wide variety of health benefits that golden milk offers to its drinkers. However, the coconut, black pepper, and ginger root all have health benefits to offer as well.

Golden milk is traditionally made as a milk and heated up, but you could also make teas, pastes, and other variations of this popular drink in order to add to meals or simply to store until you want to drink it again! Let’s look at some of the great health benefits of golden milk and what ailments its been used to help in medicine.

Health Benefits
Are you ready to discover the amazing benefits of golden milk? We’ll look through each ingredient to see what they have to offer by drinking this succulent beverage.

  • Turmeric. Where to start? Turmeric has been used to treat liver disease in ancient medicine as well as respiratory illnesses, gastrointestinal problems, muscle and joint pain (including arthritis), skin disorders, and to promote healing all over. Anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial, this spice is highly beneficial for chronic disease and autoimmune disease where inflammation is prominent (1,2).

Preliminary research also shows that turmeric can improve and stabilize blood sugar (3), detoxify the liver from environmental toxins by neutralizing free radicals (4), treating food allergies and intolerances (5), preventing degenerative cognitive illnesses such as Alzheimer’s and dementia (6), and even treating cancer and depression (7, 8). Do you need any more reasons to start cooking with this spice?

  • Coconut oil. Coconut oil has a ton of health benefits, including promoting a healthy weight, healthy heart, healthy immune system, digestion, and may help prevent liver and kidney disease. It’s also an effective wound healer, moisturizer, and overall beauty BFF! (9)
  • Coconut milk. Magnesium, vitamin B, electrolytes, a source of fatty acids that can combat weight gain, helps stabilize blood sugar, and promote joint health. Yes, please! (10, 11, 12)
  • Black pepper. Helps ease cold symptoms, fights anemia, aids digestion, and combats free radicals. Black pepper will also help your body to absorb the turmeric! (13, 14)
  • Ginger. Helps digestion, combats nausea, and helps ease cold symptoms. Ginger may even help muscle pain due to its anti-inflammatory properties, help with blood sugar, and ease menstrual pain in addition to other types of pain. (15, 16)
  • Honey. Promotes healing due to its antibacterial properties, cold relief, can aid with sleep and relaxation, and might even be used to treat allergies! (17, 18)
How to Make It
Making golden milk is easy and only requires the ingredients listed above! You could also use other types of milk in place of the coconut milk, but I wouldn’t recommend using dairy. Besides not wanting to support the dairy industry (do you KNOW where milk comes from??), it’s also important to note that dairy is one of the most common food intolerances and can be responsible for a wide range of health problems including irritable bowel syndrome, eczema, acne, or you could have an allergic reaction to dairy, which could include hives and breathing problems.

Well. Now that we’ve covered that!

Golden Milk Recipe:
  • 2 cups of coconut milk
  • 1 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • A small piece (about a quarter to a half-inch wide) of fresh ginger root, peeled and minced
  • Pinch of black pepper
Optional:
  • Half a teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon honey
All you need to do is blend the ingredients, put in a saucepan to heat up for about five minutes (no boiling!) and then drink it. Hurrah!

Give golden milk a try either upon waking or before going to bed to help your body detoxify, promote healing, decrease inflammation, and enjoy many other health benefits of this delicious milk!
 
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Made the turmeric drink this evening, taste is mild and pleasant - I added the cinnamon and a little local desert honey.
 

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I've been taking turmeric for 2 months and I'm still confused :rage 1
From the looks of your positioning :rage 1 I'd say you're doing it wrong. You're supposed to eat it not stick it in your prison pocket.