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As we also going to start selling SimplyPure Curcumin turmeric very soon


Curcumin (Turmeric) is an anti-inflammatory agent that is useful in many acute and cronic diseases.

- Curcumin is very useful in joint related concerns - Curcumin helps maintain a normal cholesterol and a healthy heart. - Curcumin is very helpful as a digestive support. - Curcumin is extremely helpful in liver protection. - Curcumin is also used in controling obesity. - Curcumin induces the flow of bile, which breaks down fats. - Curcumin acts as an anti-inflammatory agent that relieves the aches and pains associated with arthritis.


Anti Inflammatory Action

Curcumin is potential benefits are so comprehensive and extensive, that we should all be taking it. A recent search of the Excerpta Medica database found no less than 149 citations referring to the medical benefits of curcumin. Studies show it inhibits prostaglandin production and stimulates the creation of cortisol which relieves inflammation. Studies concluded that curcuminoids significantly suppress TPA-induced oxidative stress via both interference with infiltration of leukocytes into the inflammatory regions and inhibition of their activation. Curcumin is marketed widely in the Western world as a dietary supplement for the treatment and prevention of a variety of disorders, including arthritis. Studies conducted found that curcuminoid extract inhibits activation of NF-KB suggesting that curcumin shares the same mechanism of action as anti-arthritic pharmaceuticals under development that target NF-KB. It also suggests that turmeric may have a use in other inflammatory disorders, such as asthma, multiple sclerosis and inflammatory bowel disease.

In addition to preventing joint inflammation, Dr. Funk's study shows that the curcuminoid extract blocked the pathway that affects bone resorption. Noting that bone loss associated with osteoporosis in women typically begins before the onset of menopause, she has begun work on another NIH-funded study to determine whether turmeric taken as a dietary supplement during perimenopause can prevent bone loss and osteoporosis. Both of the studies are supported by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) and the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS), both of the NIH. One study found that Curcumin can prevent the progression of degenerative diseases such as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis is characterized by oxidative damage which affects lipoproteins, the walls of blood vessels and subcellular membranes. Thus the ethanol water extract of Curcuma longa (containing curcuminoids), is potentially useful in the prevention of atherosclerosis