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Black pepper also has many health benefits of its own. It’s been used to relieve nausea, headaches, poor digestion, and sore throats. Much like how turmeric owes its healthy properties to curcumin, black pepper gets both its health benefits and its pungent flavor from a natural alkaloid compound called piperine.Do you need to take black pepper with turmeric?
No – you do not need to take black pepper with turmeric. There is a lot of confusion on this subject. Black pepper extract (also known as bioperine), prevents the breakdown of curcumin in the liver and digestive system, which increases its time in the body.What is a good replacement for turmeric?
Several spices, including ginger and saffron, are acceptable substitutes for turmeric. Commonly used in Indian food, turmeric is widely available. However, other spices are more likely available in a basic kitchen spice cabinet. Ginger's flavor is the closet to that of turmeric, making it an excellent replacement.