It couldn’t be simpler. A sweet, natural concoction that you can make at home helps improve immune, digestive and liver health.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if a mixture of two or three common cupboard ingredients could help you fend off illness, strengthen your digestion and improve your liver’s health? Based on an old Ayuverdic medicine recipe, such a mixture exists.
Known as “Golden Honey,” the combination of raw honey and turmeric is revered as a natural antibiotic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer blend.
For those with liver concerns, “Golden Honey” is an ideal concoction to fend off colds and improve digestion while shielding the liver from toxicity.
Exhibiting a warm and bitter taste, turmeric is the main spice in curry. Turmeric’s primary chemical compound is curcumin, a yellow substance with a long history of aiding liver health. Numerous studies have linked curcumin to reductions in liver cancer and liver fibrosis.
- According to a study in a 2012 edition of the Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand, scientists found that the livers of diabetic rats were repaired and even regenerated with the help of turmeric.
- According to a 2009 study in the journal Liver International, curcumin showed an ability to inhibit several factors (like nuclear factor-kappaB) that helped reduce liver inflammation. In addition, the authors found that curcumin helped protect against liver injury from known liver cell toxins.
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