Is turmeric an Anti Inflammatory? or antioxidant?
Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric. It has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is an antioxidant also.
So Is turmeric an Anti Inflammatory?
Our turmeric products are manufactured to the highest standards under the code of GMP (good manufacturing procedure) in an organic certified lab.
Curcumin is hard to absorb into the bloodstream but blending turmeric correctly may increases the bioavailability by 20 times ensuring you get the most out of our turmeric products.
In short, inflammation is keeping you from being as awesome as you could be.
Reducing inflammation as much as possible should be a top priority in any diet or lifestyle system sincerely aiming for optimal performance and vibrant health.
Inflammation is a ubiquitous process in the body. It’s evolutionary purpose was primarily to protect damaged tissues against further injury. In our modern world, however, inflammatory pathways are constantly over-stimulated by environmental toxins, poor diet and stress. The result if that low-to-moderate chronic inflammation is as common as having 10 fingers.
The official use of the word depression, which is often diagnosed as ‘major depressive disorder’, is used if these feelings persist for longer than two weeks and start to get in the way of your everyday life. Keep in mind that depression is a condition that can only be diagnosed by a health professional.
Depression ranges from mild to severe, and while there are many possible causes, it’s hard to know if it happens as the result of life events (such as traumatic events or losing someone close to you), biological factors (like an imbalance in certain chemicals in the brain), both, or something else entirely. Everyone who suffers from depression will experience it differently, but there are some common signs and symptoms.
Diabetes is due to either the pancreas not producing enough insulin or the cells of the body not responding properly to the insulin produced.