Apparently the power of the curry spice comes from within it’s sunny yellow pigment, curcimin, known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Bypass surgery is an operation that is intended to improve the blood supply to the heart muscle, but can damage the heart during surgery subsequently increasing the patient’s risk of heart attack after the procedure.
However, researchers from Chiang Mai University in Thailand have found that curcumins could actually help to reduce that risk.
According to the research, the anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin work to reduce the inflammation that plays a central role in the development of various diseases, helping to limit heart damage in patients.
Cardiologist Jawahar Mehta from the...