Turmeric is a spice that is a staple in many cultures across India, the Caribbean and others. Other than adding flavor to people's favorite foods, turmeric added to the diets of diabetics can be beneficial. Although traditionally in the cultures mentioned rice and bread are heavily consumed as side dishes which are rapidly digested carbs that tend to raise the blood sugar, the presence of turmeric in many meat and vegetable main dishes manages the impact on blood sugar. The active ingredient and the reason believed for the regulation of fat in the body is curcumin, it acts on fact, pancreatic, kidney and muscle cells by slowing inflammation while blocking interleukin-6. This is what is believed to reverse insulin resistance and other issues like high cholesterol and high blood pressure.