Curcumin in Curry Spice Good for Liver

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Curcumin in Curry Spice Good for Liver

Curry has strong compound Curcumin which can serve to prevent and combat liver fibrosis causes chronic liver disease leading to cirrhosis, liver failure and portal hypertension who eventually require liver transplantation.

The new study of Saint Louis University (SLU) says that curcumin could be effective therapy for treating and preventing liver fibrosis, which is associated with non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). This is a natural way to maintain healthy liver after the research studying molecular mechanisms of liver fibrosis.

Researchers further said that the curcumin in curry spice may help stop leptin from activates hepatic stellate cells which will create excess production of collagen proteins responsible for liver damage. By applying this way will make effective way to stop the process of liver damage. Curcumin also be expected to reduce the causes of liver disease from other key factors related including high glucose and insulin levels.