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EAT TURMERIC

ndian or Chinese takeout tonight? Go for the former, or better yet, make it yourself. Curcumin, an active component of turmeric (a pungent herb used in curry), has been shown to reduce inflammation in nerve cells, leading scientists to suggest in the that it may lead to “a promising treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.” Another study,, shows that turmeric can support regeneration in neurologic disorders. Toss air-popped popcorn with curry powder, and add the spice to soups, stews and even scrambled eggs.

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