Turmeric slows aging and prevents cancer

Professor Svetlana Trofimova, president of the Russian Society of Anti-Aging Medicine, agrees with other scientists who consider turmeric to be one of the superfoods that can help extend lifespan.

Scientists point out that numerous studies have also confirmed turmeric’s anti-cancer properties.

According to her, turmeric has a positive impact on health, as it contains the biologically active substance curcumin. Turmeric, widely used in Indian and Eastern cuisine, increases the production of the hormone serotonin, which slows down the aging process in the body.

she says: “Curcumin suppresses cancer cells and also prevents the appearance of new cancer cells.”

According to her, genetic predisposition to longevity and heredity accounts for only 30 to 40 percent of human health; the rest depends on lifestyle, physical activity, biological rhythms, and nutrition, which play a very important role. I am fulfilling my role.

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