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Turmeric assisting both liver and pancreas


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Posted: 2/6/2020 10:49:12 PM
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I’ve read that turmeric is supposed to assist the liver in keeping blood glucose in check and allegedly helps improve the pancreas’ ability to make insulin.  Also read it slows down the metabolism of carbohydrates after meals.  Does it perhaps really do this by the beneficial effects it has on the gut?

I’ve never taken turmeric.  I’m severely insulin resistant (HOMA-IR 3.61 & Fasting Insulin of 12.7 uIU/mL) as well as type 2 diabetic.  Looking for anything which can help me reverse my insulin and control blood glucose better.

Should I try it?  If so, which brand is affordable and effective?  I have no idea what curcumin is other than that it is in turmeric right?   I don’t know if I should get turmeric and/or curcumin.

 


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Okay so I am still confused as to what to buy and try out.  Should I just use the turmeric I have in my spice cabinet?  Or buy curcumin?  Which one?
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Interesting, Bob. 

Perhaps yet another reason to avoid curcumin that contains any ingredients designed to enhance absorption. Of course, if it does not get absorbed and remains in the intestines, it cannot harm the liver.
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