Support a healthy inflammatory response with our best curcumin ever

Curcumin Elite™

By combining turmeric extract with fenugreek fibers, we’ve created Curcumin Elite™: our most bioavailable curcumin supplement ever.

Curcuminoids are the compounds in curcumin that help inhibit inflammation to support joint and vital organ health, promote healthy immune response, encourage heart health and provide potent cellular protection against free radicals. But the total amount of free curcuminoids delivered by standard curcumin is low. The total amount of free curcuminoids delivered by standard curcumin (such as the one in our previous formulation) is low. So we've made the switch to Curcumin Elite™ in order to provide our best possible curcumin supplement to our customers. It is also worth noting that curcumin in Curcumin Elite™ is sourced from a multitude of responsible farming collectives in India. Curcumin Elite™ is then made via FenuMAT™, a patented, environmentally friendly, water-based extraction technology (no solvents or chemicals) during which it is combined with fenugreek fiber.

Health Benefits of curcumin:

Inhibits inflammatory factors—Curcumin extract inhibits inflammatory factors to promote joint and vital organ health. Curcumin also inhibits the metabolism of arachidonic acid, as well as the activities of cyclooxygenase, lipoxygenase and cytokines to promote a healthy inflammatory response.

Brain & immune system health—Curcumin extract inhibits inflammatory factors in the body to promote immune system health.10-12 Curcumin can also benefit your mind: Studies suggest that curcumin supports healthy brain function and offers neuro-protective benefits.

Digestive, joint & pancreatic health—Evidence suggests that curcumin helps promote healthy bowel function and joint health.16-19 Curcumin also supports healthy pancreatic function by encouraging pancreatic islet health.

Cellular support against free radicals—Curcumin also provides cellular protection against free radicals.21-23 Curcumin also supports healthy cholesterol levels already within normal range, inhibits inflammation to promote cardiovascular health and more.


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