Study: Turmeric and Bay Leaves Team up to Prevent Atherosclerosis

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

turmeric and bay leaves

Turmeric is most commonly used in Indian food, but is versatile as well; it can be added to everything from eggs to green smoothies, to chicken dishes to beans.

Conventional treatments for heart disease prevention, including cholesterol drugs like statin drugs, come with a slew of side effects.

Lifestyle changes and natural solutions can help prevent heart disease without these drugs and without their financial and physical costs.

Turmeric has received a lot of attention in the past few years, as Western science strives to catch up with folk medicine, finding out the root is loaded with concentrated health benefits.

Bay leaves, also known as laurel leaves, however, don’t get as much attention. Now we can see how both the spice and herb can work together to boost heart health and protect against disease.

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