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How Can You Make Winters More Enjoyable And Healthy With Curcumin

Updated at: Dec 09, 2019
Healthy Diet
Written by: Vani MalikPublished at: Dec 09, 2019
How Can You Make Winters More Enjoyable And Healthy With Curcumin

Care less this winter by adding the daily dose of curcumin to your diet to combat the several health woes

With 2019 coming to an end, winters setting in, celebrations for Christmas and New Year is around the corner. Some concerns dampen our spirits and ruin our celebrations. The season change can test our immune system and also revive some old joint pains and muscle aches. All the parties and hearty food can cause bloating and indigestion. So, what’s the solution? Should we take lots of expensive medicines to keep safe? Not celebrate? Not relish the awesome fruit cake and delicacies during Christmas? It’s better to make yourself stronger from within, rather than not being able to live in the moment. 

Going back to our roots, rather the roots of turmeric lies a solution to some of our problems. It is a known fact that Haldi Wala Doodh is known to heal from within and help us deal with many winter problems. Turmeric aids in making our immunity stronger, the main life-saving ingredient is curcumin; a phyto-derivative which is about 3-5% part of turmeric. However, merely taking turmeric in food is not enough; one can also resort to the use of curcumin supplements. 


1# Winters bring in Joint Pains - As the temperature drops, body muscles and old aches get a new life, the reason behind this is the inflammation in the joints, swelling, and stiffness in the muscles. Due to the anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin, intake of the same can help strengthen your body from within and avoid the inflammation. This will help in preventing or reducing any pain that might have already started in the body. 

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2# Winters bring in Cold & Cough - As the temperature changes from warm to cold, it is widespread for individuals to catch a common cold or flu. Curcumin helps the body naturally cleanse the respiratory tract. Therefore it helps fight the infection, and it’s anti-inflammatory qualities relieve individuals from the direct impact of cold and flu. 


3# Winters cause indigestion - With the drop in body temperature due to cold, it is normal for the body to crave for fatty foods, results in indigestion and difficulty in digesting the food we have consumed. Turmeric milk or rather the curcumin in turmeric milk aids in digestion and reduces bloating, relieving the digestion relieves an individual of gastric pain and consequences. 

4# Winters trouble the Sinus - People suffering from sinusitis, struggle during winters as with the drop in temperature the sinus drainage does not happen freely and the congestion, causing breathing problems resulting in severe headaches and heaviness. Drinking a glass of Turmeric milk will help increase the mucus flow and lightens its texture. 


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Dr. Saurabh Arora, Inventor of Snec30 and Managing Director, ARBRO Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd explains, “If someone is staying in North India, they are used to the winters, however, during winters the body needs time to cope with the temperature difference and preparing your body for the same is a way to protect yourself from any health concerns. The actual amount needed to absorb all the qualities of curcumin completely is very high, and even if you drink 2 glasses of turmeric milk a day, you will get benefits but not completely. Curcumin supplements like Snec30 instead is a 30gm capsule packed with benefits of curcumin and has no side effects even if consumed in large quantities. The capsule is easily absorbable at a rapid pace, providing faster and instant action on some of the diseases or concerns we suffer from in Winters. However, every individual should first consult their doctors before adding any supplement for a healthy living.” 

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