Turmeric Juice- Skin Aging

The skin is the barrier that segregates the body from the outer environment. It protects the body from water loss and microorganism infection. As it is the largest organ of the body, the skin shows obvious signs of aging as a person grows older.
Skin aging is a complex biological process which is influenced by a combination of intrinsic (genetics, cellular metabolism, hormone and metabolic processes) and extrinsic (chronic light exposure, pollution, ionizing radiation, chemical toxins) factors. One of the primary reasons for skin aging is free radical damage.
Turmeric is a native Asian plant and has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for around 4,000 years for its health benefits. Research has shown that Turmeric may have a range of benefits for the skin including protecting us from premature aging. Studies suggest that natural constituents of turmeric juice, especially curcumin, may possess particularly strong antioxidant activity, and may directly reduce skin aging – including preventing moisture loss and protecting against wrinkles.
The New Vistas pure, organic Turmeric Juice is carefully harvested and preserved to retain vital phytonutrients and active ingredients. Our Turmeric Juice is the most complete and active form of turmeric. It is the blend of active curcumin and its essential oils that make our pure Turmeric Juice a powerful antioxidant and a beneficial food supplement.
Take one tbsp. daily. It can be taken directly or mixed in water or juice. It is best taken in the morning, preferably on an empty stomach, to aid maximum absorption.

As well as benefitting skin aging, turmeric juice it has many other benefits for optimal health due to its anti-inflammatory potential. The polyphenol compound, curcumin, alone or combined with other agents, could represent an effective drug for cancer therapy.

A very interesting study carried out by Antonio Giordano and Giuseppina Tommonaro was published in Nutrients.

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Reference: Antonio Giordano and Giuseppina Tommonaro , Review Curcumin and Cancer, Nutrients 2019, 11(10)