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Scientifically Proven: Destroys Cancer Cells, Heals Fatty Liver, Clears Arteries | Dr. Mandell

Turmeric, and its active compound curcumin, have gained recognition for their remarkable health benefits, particularly in fighting serious medical conditions. Curcumin has been scientifically proven to possess potent anti-cancer properties, helping to destroy cancerous cells and inhibit tumor growth. Its powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects make it effective in healing and reversing fatty liver disease by reducing liver inflammation and improving liver function. Additionally, curcumin supports cardiovascular health by clearing and preventing the buildup of arterial plaques, thereby promoting healthy blood flow and reducing the risk of heart disease. Furthermore, the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric extend to respiratory health, helping to alleviate lung-related conditions such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Incorporating turmeric or curcumin supplements into your daily routine can provide these impressive health benefits, making it a powerful ally in the fight against various chronic diseases and in promoting overall well-being.
Turmeric has most often been used by adults in doses of 500 mg up to 1500 mg daily. Always best to speak with a healthcare provider to find out what dose might be best for a specific condition.

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Here is a detailed explanation of how turmeric and its active compound curcumin can fight cancer cells:

Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, has been extensively studied for its ability to combat cancer through various mechanisms. Firstly, curcumin exhibits strong anti-inflammatory properties by inhibiting various molecules involved in inflammation, which is a key factor in cancer development. Chronic inflammation creates a conducive environment for cancer cells to thrive and spread.

Moreover, curcumin acts as a powerful antioxidant, neutralizing free radicals that can damage cellular DNA and lead to cancerous mutations. By reducing oxidative stress, curcumin helps protect cells from the kind of damage that can initiate and promote cancer.

Curcumin also directly affects cancer cells through the modulation of multiple signaling pathways that are crucial for cell division and survival. It has been shown to induce apoptosis, a process of programmed cell death, specifically targeting cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed. This selective induction of apoptosis is significant because it helps to eliminate cancer cells without causing extensive damage to normal tissues.

Additionally, curcumin inhibits angiogenesis, the process by which new blood vessels form to supply nutrients to tumors. By blocking angiogenesis, curcumin effectively starves tumors of the essential nutrients needed for their growth and metastasis.

Furthermore, curcumin can interfere with various growth factors and enzymes, such as matrix metalloproteinases, which play a role in cancer invasion and metastatic spread. This disruption helps to prevent cancer from spreading to other parts of the body.

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  • @BoogyMotro says:

    Ty for all you do Doc! 👍🏽

  • @md.nazrulislam7198 says:

    Dear Sir, Endless thanks and respect.

  • @adlihkristopher2906 says:

    This is the day that the Lord has made let us rejoice and be glad in it Amen 🙏

  • @AyyeeMoneyyProductions says:

    I love turmeric.. Now I love it even more!! Thanks Doctor!! 🤩🎁👑

  • @ogochukwuigboayaka4486 says:

    I cook all my foods with turmeric 😂
    There’s hardly a day I don’t eat turmeric.
    I love it so much.
    The fresh yellow turmeric.
    I’ve been doing this for years 😊

  • @Giovanni-Giorgio says:

    Be sure you have good quality turmeric. There have been cases with lead found in Bangladesh, causing lead poisoning .

  • @janetmesserschmidt5888 says:

    Thank you so much for caring about others so much that you don’t make us watch an hour to find out what the answer is! You always tell and explain! Thank you thank you! I mix tumeric with banana like you’ve said previously and it really helps me to sleep!! Thank you Sir!!❤

    • @ItsOnlyMeAgain says:

      Most of the self help videos tell us they can cure something but then we have to watch the video and click at the end to watch another video and hen click to find out the magic ingredient. Only to click and find out we gotta pay a silly amount if we want to know. This dr is amazing and explains everything in a way that us non medical types can understand. I’ve added turmeric to the shopping list. I really need help getting to sleep at night. Thank you doc.

    • @janetmesserschmidt5888 says:

      @@ItsOnlyMeAgain I mash a half a banana with a little tumeric and I add a little cinnamon for taste and it really helps sleep. Got that from Doc ♥️

  • @ShanaDixon-sr7kl says:

    Love your style, keep rocking it!

  • @sumithrasiva1507 says:

    It enhance the aroma of food and drinks. True tumeric and milk gives me a good sleep . Happy weekend to you dear friend 🦢🦢❤️

  • @isabelmejia2431 says:

    Thank you Dr. Mandell for yet another informative video. God bless😊

  • @SelenMakrova-np4lg says:

    Your videos are a breath of fresh air, always enjoy watching

  • @vanessieharper1608 says:

    Hi Dr Mandell, thank you for these golden bits of info for fighting various ailments! You have a Blessed & Amazing day also❣️🤗🙏🏽

  • @31raags8 says:

    Had all Docs been like you… May God protect u.

  • @Butterfly8593 says:

    Please be careful with turmeric if you have normally low blood pressure. I loved it, and it helped so much with my pain and inflammation, in addition to lowering my bad cholesterol. However, sadly over time, it reduced my blood pressure to a dangerous level for me.

  • @FlatWaterFilms says:

    I mix it into my eggs with pepper and bacon grease. 🙂

  • @mikemo4252 says:

    Supercharge turmeric with 1. Fenugreek and 2. Freshly cracked black pepper….add further compounds if you like, but fenugreek and fresh-cracked black pepper are major catalysts for everything described in this vid! 👍👍

  • @SED58221 says:

    Thank u Dr Mandell, for all your healthy information. I follow them. And its changed my life.

  • @BAR55825 says:

    A few dashes of organic turmeric w/curcumin and w/black pepper in warm milk before we go to bed? This sounds wonderful Dr Mandell, I’m definitely going to try this. May God Bless you for sharing and helping us all. 🙏🏻♥️

  • @Angebaby1237 says:

    This is a great timing!! I have been taking turmeric for inflammation – but I had no idea how many more benefits it has!! Also I don’t know it isn’t absorbed easily!! I made a tuneric tea of mostly tumeric cinnamon cloves and nutmeg. Now I know to hear it.
    Can you overdue turmeric? How much should we be taking? What the difference between fresh, ground, and fermented?
    God bless you DR Mandell, and all your work to help God children all around the globe!!! ❤

    • @thetruthshallsetyoufree2653 says:

      jmo
      Some comments have warnings on too much or on different qualities of tumeric,
      like some having lead, causing
      lead poisoning.

      So do research on it

  • @motivationaldoc says:

    Here is a detailed explanation of how turmeric and its active compound curcumin can fight cancer cells:

    Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, has been extensively studied for its ability to combat cancer through various mechanisms. Firstly, curcumin exhibits strong anti-inflammatory properties by inhibiting various molecules involved in inflammation, which is a key factor in cancer development. Chronic inflammation creates a conducive environment for cancer cells to thrive and spread.

    Moreover, curcumin acts as a powerful antioxidant, neutralizing free radicals that can damage cellular DNA and lead to cancerous mutations. By reducing oxidative stress, curcumin helps protect cells from the kind of damage that can initiate and promote cancer.

    Curcumin also directly affects cancer cells through the modulation of multiple signaling pathways that are crucial for cell division and survival. It has been shown to induce apoptosis, a process of programmed cell death, specifically targeting cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed. This selective induction of apoptosis is significant because it helps to eliminate cancer cells without causing extensive damage to normal tissues.

    Additionally, curcumin inhibits angiogenesis, the process by which new blood vessels form to supply nutrients to tumors. By blocking angiogenesis, curcumin effectively starves tumors of the essential nutrients needed for their growth and metastasis.

    Furthermore, curcumin can interfere with various growth factors and enzymes, such as matrix metalloproteinases, which play a role in cancer invasion and metastatic spread. This disruption helps to prevent cancer from spreading to other parts of the body.

    Clinical studies and trials have demonstrated that curcumin can enhance the effectiveness of traditional cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation therapy while reducing their adverse side effects. This makes curcumin a valuable adjunct in cancer therapy, potentially improving treatment outcomes and patients’ quality of life.

    In summary, curcumin fights cancer cells through its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, induction of apoptosis, inhibition of angiogenesis, and interference with cell signaling pathways and growth factors. By incorporating curcumin-rich turmeric into your diet or as a supplement, you can harness these anti-cancer benefits and support your body’s defense against this formidable disease.

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    Here is a detailed paragraph on how turmeric helps heal fatty liver disease:

    Turmeric, particularly its active compound curcumin, has shown significant promise in healing and reversing fatty liver disease. Curcumin exhibits potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which are crucial in reducing liver inflammation and oxidative stress—both key factors in the development and progression of fatty liver disease. By lowering the levels of inflammatory cytokines and inhibiting the activity of inflammatory enzymes, curcumin helps to protect liver cells from damage. Additionally, curcumin improves lipid metabolism by enhancing the activity of liver enzymes involved in fat breakdown and reducing the accumulation of fat in the liver. This results in decreased liver fat content and improved liver function. Moreover, curcumin’s ability to enhance insulin sensitivity and regulate blood glucose levels further aids in preventing fat buildup in the liver, particularly in individuals with metabolic syndrome or type 2 diabetes. Through these combined actions, turmeric effectively supports liver health, promotes the healing of fatty liver disease, and aids in the overall maintenance of liver function.

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