As a journalist in the field of health, science and The New York Times Bestselling author Max Lugavere Explanation in the last episode of mindbodygreen podcastTurmeric boasts Neurological properties It contains something called aromatic turmeron, which is a compound that has been shown in preclinical evidence for Supporting the production of neural stem cells.* “So [it’s] Good for supporting neuroplasticity, which is important for anyone concerned about brain health.”
Board Certified Dietitian and Gut Health Expert Brock Schiller, DCN, CNS, she adds, “Turmeric can help build, restore, and re-establish new pathways, new habits, and in fact learn and condition our brain.” *I noticed that turmeric also helps with Fighting free radicals in the body, which is good news for your brain. * In addition, curcumin, one of its main prebiotics, has been shown in animal studies to help normalize the activity of neurotransmitters involved in the production of feel-good hormones, such as Serotonin and dopamine. *
“So turmeric potentially supports neurotransmitter production as well and, again, reduces overall signs of stress that make our brains more difficult to function or process,” Schiller explains.
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