Thousands of scientific research papers have been published on turmeric and its natural abilities to support healthy inflammatory processes.
Inflammation and chronic inflammation
Inflammation is our body’s response to harmful circumstances that happen to us such as infections, injuries, and toxins. When something damages our cells, our body gets into a state of alert and releases chemicals that trigger a response from our immune system. This response includes the release of antibodies and proteins, as well as increased blood flow to the damaged area.
The whole process usually lasts for a few hours or days in the case of acute inflammation.
However, there is another state of inflammation which is when the inflammation lingers, leaving the body in a constant state of alert. This is chronic inflammation. When you have chronic inflammation, your body’s inflammatory response can eventually start damaging healthy cells, tissues, and organs. Over time, this can lead to DNA damage, tissue death, and internal scarring.
Acute inflammation often causes noticeable symptoms, such as pain, redness, or swelling.
However, chronic inflammation symptoms are usually subtler. Common symptoms may be fatigue, fever, mouth sores, rashes, abdominal pain or chest pain. These symptoms can range from mild to severe and last for several months or years.
Curcumin supports healthy inflammatory response in the body
Curcumin is the active ingredient of the turmeric root. Curcumin has strong anti-oxidation properties and an ability to support the body’s healthy inflammatory response. In the past two decades over 5000 articles have discussed the molecular basis of curcumin’s attributed health properties.
Curcumin is believed to exert its effects on inflammatory response through regulation of enzymatic activities. Curcumin has been linked to numerous molecular targets and pathways that are linked to inflammation.
One key molecule that triggers inflammation is called nuclear factor kappa beta (NF-kB). In a normal state, NF-kB resides in the cytoplasm of the cell and is bound to its inhibitor- IkB. Inflammatory stimuli trigger the release of NF-kB from IkB. Then the free NF-kB moves into the nucleus and activates the genes responsible for expressing an enzyme called cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2). This leads to inflammation. Curcumin and Curcuminoids were shown to help maintain healthy levels of NF-kB.
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