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    Curcumin: The 21st Century Cure: Prevent and Reverse: cancer, depression and dementia, digestive disorders, diabetes, pain and arthritis, heart disease and moree
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    ProHealth Optimized Curcumin Longvida with Omega-3 Fish Oil (90 softgels - 45 day supply)
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    • Helps increase blood flow to the brain and reduce inflammation*
    • Omega-3 fatty acids from Alaska Walleye Pollock fish oil*
    • Featuring Longvida Curcumin: 285 times more bioavailable than regular curcumin*
    • Serving Size: 2 softgels. Servings Per Container: 45. Gluten free.
    • Supports cognitive function and memory*

Why are so many scientists studying this spice?

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Can curcumin spice treat Alzheimer's disease?

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Save Your Brain From Dementia With These Supplements

Save Your Brain From Dementia With These Supplements Curcumin. Several studies have found that curcumin, the active ingredient in the spice turmeric, may treat dementia and Alzheimer's. A study at the University of California Los Angeles found curcumin slows the buildup of amyloid plaques in the brain

Circumin Can Protect Your Brain from Dementia and Alzheimer's ...

Circumin Can Protect Your Brain from Dementia and Alzheimer's ... Curcumin—a bright orangeish chemical compound that's found in turmeric and is integral to most curries and many other Asian foods (not to mention good old 

Eating curry may help fight off dementia, new study suggests

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From chilli to turmeric, spices hailed as new superfoods – medicinal marvels or just hype?

Turmeric and bread make for an unusual breakfast. But when Mark Wahlqvist served the combination to a group of older people in Taiwan, he had high hopes. They had been diag­nosed as heading for diabetes, which can affect mental abilities. Having heard that the spice could have cognitive benefits, he wanted to put it to the test.

“The idea that turmeric might be brain-protective is novel,” says Wahlqvist, currently at the National Health Research Institutes, in Taipei, Taiwan.

To those following the latest food trends, however, the spice’s brain-boosting potential is unlikely to raise an eyebrow. It is just one in a long list of turmeric’s supposed benefits that has seen it proclaimed as a cheap and effective superfood. As a result, what once may have been gathering dust in your spice rack is now the star attraction at trendy coffee shops selling “golden lattes”.

Turmeric: the wonder food that should be every Hongkonger’s