8 scientific benefits of turmeric and curcumin

Toxins in the liver

2. Protects the liver

Studies have shown that turmeric helps to maintain liver health, particularly during exposure to toxins. For example, turmeric promotes the production of bile to support digestive health and detoxification.

It also influences liver glucose production and inflammation, glucose metabolism and uptake into cells, and supports pancreatic function.

Read: 10 best foods to protect your hard-working liver

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