There’s a lot of exciting buzz around turmeric these days, and there’s plenty of good reason for it.The plant’s bright yellow roots contain an extraordinarily powerful compound called curcumin that has the unique ability to block an enzyme that causes inflammation, while combating free-radical damage to highly sensitive vital
organs like your brain and heart. Most commercially available turmeric has a curcumin level somwwhere around 2.5-3%—Our amazing Belizean Turmeric has tested at 7.6% in independant lab analysis! (Due to the rich chemical free volcanic soils where it’s found)
In fact, curcumin’s antioxidant benefits and ability to promote a healthy inflammatory response has the abilityto revolutionize your health from head to toe.
Curcumin is so powerful that some are calling it the “natural remedy of the century.”
Many experts now believe inflammation is the root cause of many of the common signs of aging, from diminished brain and heart function to painful joints, low energy levels and more.
In short, inflammation can make you old before your time.
There is perhaps no nutrient on earth more effective than curcumin at promoting a healthy inflammatory response in your brain, heart and throughout your entire body. It has been shown in numerous studies to support brain and cardiovascular health, tame joint pain, improve mood balance, boost immune system health, promote detoxification and much more.
While inflammation itself is normal, it becomes a problem when triggered by something other than injury or pathogenic invaders. These triggers can include food allergens, toxins, stress, lack of sleep or even the use of some pharmaceutical drugs. And since we’re exposed to these triggers on a daily basis, the inflammatory response can stay turned on indefinitely, causing significant harm to the body.
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