You have probably heard that turmeric must be taken mixed with black pepper in order to increase its bioavailability as it causes changes in the DNA in-vitro. However, turmeric has also been reported to cause nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and stomach pains in some people. If you fall into one of the following categories, please avoid consuming turmeric as much as possible.

1. Pregnant or breastfeeding women (may trigger menstrual cycle and stimulate the uterus causing pregnancy risk)
2. People suffering from gallstones (may cause pain in the gallbladder)
3. People with biliary tract obstruction
4. People suffering from kidney stones (to avoid further stones development due to turmeric's high level content of soluble oxalate)
5. People with diabetes (lowers blood sugar, it may increase the effects of diabetes medications causing hypoglycemia)
6. People who are scheduled for surgery in about 3 weeks (to avoid reduced blood clotting)

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