The 8 Amazing and Surprising Health Benefits to Turmeric Curcumin with BioPereine


August 12, 2017

The 8 Amazing and Surprising Health Benefits to Turmeric Curcumin with BioPereine

Turmeric has all sorts of buzz around it right now and it should. 

The Promise from Turmeric is: A Stronger Heart, Sharper Brain, Pain-Free Joints and Youthful Energy, but does it really deliver?

Here are the promised benefits of Turmeric with BioPerine

  • It is one of the worlds favorite spices to eat and take every day.
  • Helps increase energy
  • Improves focus and mood
  • Helps with all-too-familiar joint discomfort and stiffness
  • Repair age-related memory decline
  • Helps with sleep problems
  • Helps to regulate & Control appetite
  • Creates radiant skin
  • Helps to reduce heart and blood sugar complications that can turn into life threatening issues.

Curcumin has the unique ability to block an enzyme that causes inflammation, while combatting free radical damage to organs such as your brain and heart.[1,2] Curcumin also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits to it that not many other products do have. Many call this miracle spice "natures remedy of the century".[3]

Lets dive right into 4 signs of Inflammation*

  1. Brain Fog: Many people believe that scattered thoughts are brought on as part of aging when its more likely silent inflammation causing the brain fog.[9]
  2. Memory Impairment: Memory and recall will both suffer when the brain is inflamed.[9]
  3. Aches and Pains: The body is very sensitive and it is very common to have aches and pains within joints and muscles, especially when you begin to age. This can also result in soreness and stiffness.[9]
  4. Mood Issues: That's right, recent research suggests that inflammation in the brain can cause imbalances that cause mood issues.

Inflammation can become a serious risk over time and is something that we all need to watch and manage. Take action and give your body the health it needs.

How The Right Curcumin Supplement Can Help You Feel Better.

  • Inflammation: Chronic inflammation is known to be a contributor to many common diseases. Curcumin can inhibit molecules known to play major roles in inflammation.
  • Brain: Curcumin boosts levels of the brain hormone BDNF, which increases the growth of new neurons and fights various degenerative processes in the brain.
  • Cognitive Decline: Curcumin can cross the blood-brain barrier and has been shown to lead to various improvements in the pathological process of Alzheimer's disease.
  • Short-Term Memory: Regular consumption of turmeric or curcumin can overcome the age related decline in memory and support cognition and better brain health. It also counteracts memory deficitis caused by neurodegenerative diseases. Protects against toxicity included memory impairments. 
  • Heart: Curcumin has beneficial effects on several factors known to play a role in hear disease. It improves the function of the endothelium and is a potent anti-inflammatory agent and antioxidant.
  • Joints: Arthritis is a common disorder characterized by joint inflammation. Many studies show that curcumin can help treat symptoms of arthristis and in some cases more effective than anti-inflammatory drugs.
  • Mood: A study in 60 depressed patients showed that curcumin was an effective as prozac in alleviating the symptoms of depression.
  • Digestion: Research studies have shown turmeric can stimulate the gallbladder and release bile. This bile helps to body break down and digest food. It also plays an important role in absorbing fats and certain nutrients. It is also known to calm the digestive system, helping to relieve gas and bloating.

The Problem with Most Curcumin Supplements Right Now

Turmeric is difficult to absorb so not just any formula will work for you, you need the right dosage of the Curcumin per serving, and you also need BioPerine to help the absorption rate of the Turmeric to get the most benefits.*

I'm sure you don't want to waste your money and not improve your health, so you need to pick the right Turmeric supplement.

I'll take a minute to help you know what you are shopping for:

  1. Potency: While looking at the Turmeric supplement, make sure that it has standardized to 95% curcuminoids. Many out there are standardized to 50%, which isn't going to help you to have the most effects.
  2. Dosage: You will want a serving size of at least 1,000 mg. Don't settle for anything less as this is the dosage you will need for optimal brain, cardiovascular and joint benefits that you want.
  3. Absorption: 10 mg of black pepper extract, also known as BioPerine has been shown to increase absorption by up to 2,000%.[22]

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P.S. One more thing I would like to share with you, is that if you combine a digestive enzyme with your Turmeric Curcumin with BioPerine it can help increase your absorption rate of the Turmeric, and the weight you can lose. You will be happy with the results and benefits you will receive from taking both of these products.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Testimonial results are not typical. Customers may have received a gift certificate after submitting their testimonial.

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