IS IT TRUE THAT TURMERIC CURCUMIN SUPPLEMENTS ARE GOOD FOR YOUR HEART HEALTH?
They say that best friends are like bras—close to the heart and there for support. You can get your heart a supportive best friend today by simply adding turmeric curcumin to your supplement regimen.
The wellness of your heart depends on the healthiness of the innermost layer lining of your blood vessels called the endothelium. Preventing dysfunction of the endothelium reduces the risk of hypertension and other medical conditions that cause cardiovascular diseases. Curcumin, also called turmeric curcumin, facilitates proper function of the endothelium, which studies have shown supports healthy blood circulation by helping to cut the build-up of fats and cholesterol on the walls of the arteries.
WHAT IS TURMERIC CURCUMIN?
Turmeric is the herb from which curcumin is extracted. Eating food-grade turmeric (or putting it in shakes and teas) is known to have some health benefits, but only professional-grade curcumin supplements will support enhanced blood circulation.
HOW DOES THE BODY ABSORB TURMERIC CURCUMIN?
Turmeric curcumin supplements may contain a black pepper extract to guarantee superior absorption by the body and increase the overall bioavailability of curcumin. By taking curcumin with a black pepper extract known as Bioperine®, you can effectively increase the body’s ability to absorb curcumin by over 2000%. Adding Bioperine® to standard turmeric curcumin has also shown to increase absorption of other various nutrients such as vitamins, Coenzyme Q10, and Resveratrol.
Apart from black pepper extract, you can also take turmeric curcumin with bromelain, lecithin or fish oil for better curcumin absorption. One example of using fish oil to facilitate improved curcumin absorption is omega curcumin—which offers a powerful formula of triglyceride-form omega-3 fish oil combined with highly bioavailable curcumin. These nutrients work together within cells, tissues, and organs all over the body to maintain normal metabolic activities, fine-tune critically important cell signals, and help to improve excretion of both internal and environmental toxins.
HOW EFFECTIVE IS TUMERIC CURCUMIN IN SUPPORTING HEARTH HEALTH?
Turmeric curcumin is significant for improving heart health and overall wellness as highly absorbable curcumin can also be effective in smaller dosages.
Investigations from a double-blinded placebo controlled clinical study with fifty-nine adults published in the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism in 2016 recommends that a 200 mg daily dose of the curcumin, known as CurcuWIN®, can enhance endothelial function and help support healthy blood circulation as measured by flow-mediated dilation (FMD). In healthy adults, limiting the build-up of cholesterol and other fatty substances around the arterial walls can be supported with a simple addition of an oral turmeric curcumin supplement to your daily regimen.
WHERE CAN I FIND TURMERIC CURCUMIN?
Turmeric curcumin supplements can be found online, in drugstores, or your local health-food store. It can come in capsule, powder or liquid form. If you’re looking for a curcumin supplement to add to your regimen and don’t want to go through the trouble of finding it yourself—we have you covered. We produce an all-in-one turmeric curcumin supplement called Vitality-Rescue™ that combines 250mg of CurcuWIN®, 306 mg of Omega-3 fish oil, and Bioperine® black pepper extract into one vegetable capsule. With both fish oil and black pepper extract included in our formula, you can rest assured that what you’re buying is a top of the line turmeric curcumin supplement that is highly absorbent and contains multiple health benefits. Taking just one capsule of Vitality-Rescue™ a day will help to support your inflammatory, joint, cognitive, and heart health. So what are you waiting for? You owe it to yourself to add turmeric curcumin into your supplement regimen today with Vitality-Rescue™!
- Bioperine® is a registered trademark of Sabinsa Corporation.
- CurcuWIN® is a registered trademark of OmniActive Corporation.
- Turmeric Info provided by The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), https://nccih.nih.gov/health/turmeric/ataglance.htm#hed1
- Oliver JM et al., “Novel form of curcumin improves endothelial function in young, healthy individuals: a double-blind placebo-controlled study,” Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism. Published online July 17, 2016.