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What is Curcumin and why you should use it more
What is Curcumin?
Turmeric is a spice and originates from the root of the Curcuma longa plant. The turmeric is created by boiling, drying and then grinding the roots of the plant.
Especially in Indian cuisine, curries, Turmeric is widely used and has a mild bitter taste. Turmeric is also a solid component of curry powder and gives it its yellow color and specific taste.
The active and healthy substance that gives Turmeric its yellow color is curcumin. Turmeric has been one of the most used herbs for health applications for centuries.
The active ingredient in Turmeric is curcuminoids, of which the main one is curcumin . Other substances are demethoxy curcumin and bisdemethoxy curcumin.
Research and experience show that curcumin has a positive effect on the support of your liver, your immune system, digestion and keeping your joints flexible.
The BCM-95® extract
The use of the BCM-95® extract helps to increase the absorption of active curcuminoids (the active ingredients in curcumin) in the intestines and to activate the liver better.
The BCM-95® extract is a 100% organic curcumin with a high bioavailability *. By combining different natural curcuminoids and essential oils, their absorbability is hugely increased.
Protection of body cells
These essential oils, the Turmerones (from the Turmeric root) support the absorption of curcumin in the intestines and ensures that it is secreted more slowly after absorption. The curcumin therefore stays longer in the body and protects the body cells and tissue for a longer period of time.
*Bioavailability is a pharmaceutical term that indicates the extent to which the active substances of a medicine become available at the intended site.
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