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WHAT DOES THE EVIDENCE SAY ABOUT TURMERIC'S HEALTH BENEFITS?

You may have seen it popping up on cafe menus recently — the "golden latte". It's hot milk mixed with turmeric, coconut oil, maybe a bit of honey.

Turmeric has been proclaimed a superfood; a health booster — the yellow powder used as a central component in Asian cooking for thousands of years.

But what does the evidence say about the health benefits of taking turmeric? And are some forms better than others?

Why turmeric?


Long before it found its way to your latte, turmeric was known as a healing food in the ancient Indian system of medicine Ayurveda — where it was used to treat respiratory conditions or as a topical application to soothe or heal the skin. Many today use it mixed with milk or water to ease a sore throat or an upset stomach.

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