“…antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimutagenic, antimicrobial, and anticancer agent…” — what more can we ask for in a supplement? Asian countries also have some of the lowest incidences of Alzheimer’s in the world, and yes, they consume a lot of curcumin.
Adding a daily supplement of turmeric to your diet can only be beneficial. It’s widely available at health food stores and not expensive.
This NIH article’s references are mostly from the past 10 years so I feel it’s worthy of bookmarking. Excellent article with a lot of valuable information.