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This yellowish spice contains curcumin, a compound that may have anti-inflammatory properties. Studies show that curcumin disrupts how prostate cancer cells metabolise. Recent Japanese research has reinforced the idea that the compound suppresses the spread of prostate cancer cells. TIP Stir ground turmeric into potatoes, use to season grilled baby marrow, shake on popcorn, or mix into steamed rice for a subtle curry flavour.
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