Curcumin is a yellow pigment of the spice turmeric that is being studied in cancer prevention.
Breast milk is the first food that babies consume. Various studies have suggested that the "taste experience" in early childhood influences eating behavior in adults. Unlike standardized infant formula, natural milk does not taste and smell the same every day. The differences are largely due to the maternal diet.
The Chula Science students team recently won the "ASEAN Food Innovation Challenge 2021" with the imitation Wagyu beef -; "The Marble Booster" made from 100 percent high-protein plants.
Reportedly, Curcumin has several physiological activities, which include anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidation, anti-amyloid, and anti-cancer properties.
New research has revealed that the natural compound curcumin, which is present in the spice turmeric, can potentially eliminate specific viruses.