Turmeric Curcumin and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Turmeric Curcumin and Rheumatoid Arthritis


30 Comments

  • Chuck Riggs says:

    I'm curious… How many milligrams of curcumin are in a teaspoon of turmeric?
    I use 1 teaspoon of organic turmeric in all my smoothies, I also add Ceylon cinnamon… And I've had a big reduction in back pain since adding them daily to my diet…

  • Angryconsumernerd says:

    You are the best !

  • MrGridStrom says:

    Every time I add turmeric to some thing I cook, it doesn't really taste so good, I really need to find a way to use it, so its tasty.

  • RJ Padua says:

    How long would you have to consume this before it takes effect?

  • Gisell Seguin says:

    What amount should one consume to see therapeutic effects of Turmeric?

  • JaMmMmMm3 says:

    Thanks doc

  • Mathieu G says:

    Curcumin FTW

  • RauCompany says:

    Good information, as always.

  • JustOneAsbesto says:

    I hope you'll cover the poor bioavailability/combining turmeric with black pepper to increase availability via piperine issue.

  • Suzy Q says:

    I bought some fresh to see if it has a more agreeable taste. I can only stand it in curry, but a dish of curry for lunch everyday would be quite welcome.

  • TheStewieGriffinShow says:

    I find that the easiest way to consume turmeric is to chase half a teaspoon of powdered turmeric with some juice after a meal. Based on a study I found quite a few years back, in regards to increasing its bioavailability by 2,000% by including black or white pepper, I immediately chase half a teaspoon of white pepper with some juice too.

  • slowmopoke says:

    But Turmeric is very high in oxalates.

  • Andy Vegan says:

    1:00 looks like a Crab lol

    Great video! Very informative 🙂

  • Ed says:

    I ordered some and plan to steep it in hot water with some honey? that is what they recommend. we will see. If i remember i'll post how it go's . The black pepper thing was interesting. thanx to the people that add comments.   

  • valnaples says:

    Regarding the TASTE of it…sheesh, I want to say GET OVER IT…this stuff is powerful and helps us in many ways!!!  Just find a way to include it daily!!! Here's to good health and THANK you Dr. Greger, again for great information!

  • M E says:

    oh hahaha… Pahlavi is simply old persian language and We actually call it ZardChoobeh (not choobag anymore) which literally means "the yellow wood" 🙂 

  • NutritionFacts.org says:

    If you know anyone with rheumatoid arthritis, please share Wednesday’s video on the remarkable role natural therapies may play: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/turmeric-curcumin-and-rheumatoid-arthritis/

  • dabigisland1 says:

    turmeric + spagetti with sauce + pepper tastes good

  • Piotr Jachym says:

    Tumeric goes really well with chicken 🙂

  • mark31069s says:

    I add this in a lot of my food several times a week. I have OA in my wrist and it helps if I slip up and eat too many nightshades or citrus. I don't agree w/U on all U post, I am glad you do, TY n keep it up!

  • ghostofdayinperson says:

    Zard chews bag.  Zard is goat.

  • Jared Bass says:

    Hey there, great vids. I am 20 years old and race on my college's cycling team. I just recently started eating vegetarian (mostly vegan) for the past 4 months and feel great. But, it seems that I am getting worse joint pain in my knees after I ride or go on a run. What's strange is that it's not directly after I ride, but after I sit for a period of time and get back up. There is also a popping and crunching sound in my knee when I bend it. Sounds terrible for a 20 year old to have, but the doctor's don't seem to have much advice. Do you suggest taking time off to heal my joints? It's very discomforting and I want to keep pursuing cycling, help!

  • Tindy DeMorgan says:

    Hi! Thank you for your video! Hope you all are having a great day! Have you heard the buzz about "Brendt Miracle Arthritis Cure" (google it?) My uncle told me some great things about it and how his knees don't hurt anymore!

  • Andréas Remis says:

    Does curcumin's effect reduce over time? 

  • Andréas Remis says:

    Does anyone know any foods similar to curcumin in their anti-inflammatory properties?

  • Shruti Sharma says:

    can anyone plz help me. I want a link where it is mention that how turmeric benefits in arthritis. plz anyone knows then plz mail it me here ..the link..i will be very grateful. thankyou. 🙂

  • Daniel San! says:

    yeah, but how does one take it?

  • burnsport1 says:

    Did they even use the BCM-95 formulation of curcumin? If they didn't that's pretty impressive

  • Gary Braden says:

    Did you do voice over for The Matrix?

  • D Castle says:

    Is Curcumin the same as cumin or is it turmeric?

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