5 ways curcumin can help you stay healthy

Life Extension bowl with orange curcumin from turmeric root, ancient remedy for natural health

Curcumin is perhaps one of the most omnipotent natural health ingredients there is. Derived from the turmeric root, curcumin is an ancient health remedy. 

In fact, it has been in use in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. And that for a good reason. Its amount of health benefits is simply astonishing. 

The health benefits of this natural ingredient are so numerous that it ought to be a part of any serious supplementation program.

We have collected a list of no less than 5 different health benefits of this superfood:

1. It is a powerful antioxidant

Over time, our cells will inadvertently be affected by free radicals which are compounds that can damage the cells. If free radicals are left to roam freely in the body they can contribute to chronic inflammation, aging acceleration, and more. 

Studies show that the antioxidant quality of curcumin can inhibit the impact of free radicals by scavenging the body for free radicals and neutralizing them.

2. It can help you protect your brain

There are many factors that cause the brain to age. These include cumulative effects of oxidative stress, environmental toxins, inflammation, build up of toxic proteins and gradual damage of genes in individual cells. 

Curcumin may, however, help to protect against these factors in the brain. Furthermore, there are indications that curcumin can turn on genes responsible for triggering the emergence of new brain cells.

3. It is good for your cardiovascular system

There is no doubt that exercise is good for the heart because it helps improve endothelial function – the functioning of the inner lining of blood vessels. 

Researchers have compared exercise to curcumin supplementation and found that it was just as good at improving endothelial function as regular exercise. 

Moreover, it also reduces the impact of high glucose and also helps normalize blood lipid profiles.

4. Promotes your immune system

Curcumin helps enhance the body’s immune system in general. 

When researchers looked at the intestinal lining after test persons had eaten it, they found that the number of two kinds of immune cells had increased.

5. Protect your genes

This superfood can help protect your genes in two ways. Because it is an antioxidant it prevents free radicals from inflicting damage on your DNA-strands. Simultaneously, it also helps to upregulate specific genes that help destroy cells with certain types of mutations.

The health benefits of this ingredient cannot be overstated – and our customers seem to agree. For instance, Super Bio-Curcumin has an absorption rate seven times higher than conventional curcumin supplements and is consistently one of our bestselling products.

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