Health Benefits of Curcumin
Curcumin is derived from tumeric, the main culinary spice used in curry, and is responsible for tumeric's distinctive yellow color. Tumeric root has been used an an Ayurvedic herb for thousands of years, and modern science confirms that curcumin has a broad range of actions for supporting good health including antioxidant properties that provide protection against both
water - and fat- soluable, naturally generated body toxins. Curcumin has also been used to support joint health and function.
The Limiting Factor of Abosrption
Regular curcumin is relatively insoluable in water and is rapidly excreted from the body, meaning that when consumed orally, the absorption of regular curcumin is quite poor. Poor bioavailability is thought to be the reason why results from human studies with curcumin have been inconsistent, even when extremely large amounts are consumed.
CurcuminRich has Thercurmin, which utilizes proprietary manufacturing methods to dramatically increase curcumin solubility and bioavailability. To create Theracurmin, curcumin is mixed with a vegatable gum and other ingredients, then ground down and evenly dispersed using a wet grinding mill to reduce its particle size. This effective process uses mechanical means to produce a highly absorbable and stable colloidal suspension, making Theracurmin the
#1 absorbed form of cucurmin on the market.
Support a Healthy Inflammatory Response
One of the body's acute primary defense mechanisms is inflammation. Curcumin can help the body resolve acute inflammation states by supppoting the organization of the body's response to cellular damage, clearing cellular debris, and supporting the body's natural infalmmation transition from an acute to a resolution state.
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