Curcumin 2000 with Piperine is an anti-inflammatory supplement. It is a proprietary blend of all-natural ingredients from the herbs turmeric and black pepper. While curcumin is an extraordinary addition to an anti-inflammatory diet, piperine enhances the concentration, extent of absorption and bioavailability of curcumin.
TURMERIC = CURCUMIN:
The health benefits of turmeric are due to the presence of curcumin. Curcumin, a key phytochemical in the spice turmeric, is the most potent antioxidant among naturally occurring curcuminoids.
Curcumin benefits health by acting as:
- anti-proliferative, hinders the spread of malignant cells
- anti-angiogenic activities, assists in reducing the growth of new blood vessels needed by tumors to grow and metastasize
Curcumin is beneficial against various diseases:
- cardiovascular diseases
- arthritis, osteoarthritis & rheumatoid
- neurological diseases, Alzheimer’s
- Crohn’s disease
BLACK PEPPER = PIPERINE:
The chemical compounds of black pepper, particularly piperine, may be effective in the early acute inflammatory process. Piperine is the alkaloid responsible for the pungency of black pepper.
Piperine benefits health by acting as an:
MORE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY HERBS:
Study results suggest that ginger could be useful as an anti-inflammatory in respiratory infections.
- vitamin B6, converts food to fuel
- magnesium, used by all organs of the body, affects nervous system, metabolism, blood pressure, body temperature, and more
- manganese, necessary for endocrine system, nervous system, metabolism, and more
Several herbs merit consideration as complimentary approaches for use in people with Type 2 Diabetes. Botanical treatments with the strongest evidence of clinical safety and efficacy include caiapo, fenugreek, and cinnamon.
- anti-cancer properties
Garlic has long been recognized for its potential to reduce our risk of certain cancers. Studies have demonstrated that allicin, the pungent oily liquid in garlic, reduces liver oxidative stress and inflammation.
- vitamins B6 and C
- minerals manganese and phosphorus
- moderate source of calcium, iron, and zinc
Q: Where can I buy Curcumin 2000?
A: You can get it directly from the manufacturer through this link.
Q: What is turmeric used for?
A: Turmeric is a rhizome plant, like ginger. It is mainly used as a culinary spice. It can be used fresh or dried.
Q: What is curcumin?
A. Curcumin is a naturally occuring compound found in the spice turmeric. Curcumin gives turmeric its golden color.
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