5 reasons you should be using turmeric

Your yellow curry gets its colour from turmeric. It’s a spice that has been used for thousands of years.

Curcumin is the main active compound in turmeric and it has been scientiffically found to contain powerful anti-inflatmatory and high antioxidant levels.

 

Natural anti-inflamatory

Turmeric has been proven to reduce joint inflammation and swelling, thus increasing mobility and allowing you to get back to the activities you enjoy. This anti-inflammatory effect also extends to the intestinal region as churchmen absorbs through the intestinal wall into the bloodstream.

 

Pain relief

 

For temporary relief of mild athritic and osteoarthritic pain look no further. Clinically trialled MERIVA Curcumin is equivalent or better at managing pain than regular paracetamol. Natural and at a dosage of 4 capsules per day it is possible to reduce or eliminate your current pharmaceutical option.

 

Antioxidant value

 

Curcumin protects our bodies against free radicals and disease. It also has the capacity to stimulate our bodies own natural antioxidant or defence responses to stay healthy.

 

Brain function

 

Curcumin is nutritional gold for your brain. It crosses the blood- brain barrier and acts as a protector against cellular damage, thus aiding against brain ageing and associated  diseases like dementia and alzheimers. By raising serotonin and dopamine levels it can also be a great nutritional weapon against depression.

 

Irritable bowel syndrome

 

Curcumins anti-inflammatory benefits apply to the intestinal system too. It is absorbed through the gut singing and this works to soothe and calm IBS symptoms. Some believe it also improves the brain and gut relationship by reducing anxiety.

 

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