According to a new study, scientists from Louisiana State University have discovered that curcumin – when taken as a supplement or applied topically – may reduce the risk of developing skin cancer.
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According to a new study from the Texas Biomedical Institute, a substance known as gossypin, which can be derived from fruits and vegetables, could prove particularly useful for treating the skin cancer melanoma – one of most common types of this disease.
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, better known as MRSA, is a strain of bacteria that can wreak havoc on a weakened immune system.
As well as potentially reducing the risk of skin cancer, omega-3 fatty acids are also known to provide essential nutrition for the brain.
As beneficial as curcumin can be for joint support and brain health, did you know it may also contribute to your appearance?