Why Choose Theracurmin?
The #1 Absorbed Curcumin Available
Superior Bioavailability vs Competition
We have the studies to prove it.
This makes Theracurmin of the most bioavailable forms of curcumin on the market .
Why Curcumin Absorption Matters
Regular curcumin is relatively insoluble in water and is rapidly excrete from the body, meaning that when consumed orally, the absorption (bioavailability) of regular curcumin is quite poor.
Poor bioavailability is thought to be the reason why results from human studies with curcumin have been inconsistent, even when extremely large doses are consumed .
All Natural Turmeric Extract
Making Theracurmin even more special is its all-natural composition. The process is entirely natural and no synthetic chemicals are used.
you take, it’s how
much you ABSORB!
Superior Bioavailability vs Compeition
Theracurmin is backed by at least 19 published double-blind clinical trials, with further studies soon to be published. Theracurmin is one of the most rigorously studied and advanced forms of enhanced curcumin and is rightfully hailed as a major breakthrough for curcumin bioavailability and absorption.
has 19 double-blind
clinical studies to prove
Turmeric root has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years, and modern science confirms that curcumin has a board range of actions for supporting good health including antioxidant properties that provide protection against both water-and fat-soluble toxins. Additionally, Curcumin has been used to help relieve joint pain associated with osteoarthritis of the knee.
(1) Scientific scrutiny revealed that Theracurmin was more bioavailable on a milligram to milligram basic than other leading , enchantedand regular forms of cur cumin. *As measured by SPINS 2014 data.
(2) Scientific scrutiny revealed that Theracurmin was more bioavailable on a milligram to milligram basic than other leading , enchantedand regular forms of cur cumin. *As measured by SPINS 2014 data.
(3) Akazawa, N., Choi, Y., Miyaki, A.m t al. (2012) Curcumin ingestion and exercise training improve vascular endothelial function in postmenopausal women. Nutr Res, 23 (10), 795-9.