- Used as Ayurvedic remedy for better health
- Highly bioavailable
- Best quality and allergen free
- Improves joint health
- Helps relieve arthritic pain
- Curbs inflammation
- Enhances the body’s immunity
- Powerful antioxidant that protects the body
The Golden Spice
The Golden Spice
Turmeric has been used from time immemorial for treating sprains and swelling. It has also been considered as a digestive aid and carminative. Some studies even document its usage as a preventive measure for heart ailments, alzheimers and even cancer.
Benefits of Curcumin
- Vegetarian Capsule (Hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose, Purified water, Carrageenan, Potassium acetate)
Consume one capsule post a meal.
Who can consume?
Who can consume?
- People with joint pain or arthritis
- Individuals suffering with lifestyle disorders
- Those who have elevated triglycerides
- Athletes or seniors with injuries or wounds
- Healthy individuals who have frequent fall ill
BioSOLVE Curcumin ™
The active component of turmeric that renders all its health benefits is curcumin. Turmeric contains 3 to 4% curcumin. That simply means that if you consume 1 tsp of turmeric you get an approximate of 150 to 200 mg of curcumin. To utilise its anti-inflammatory benefits, one requires atleast 500 mg to 1000 mg curcumin, which can be easily achieved by supplementation.
Curcumin can be upto 95% in supplements. However, not all forms of curcumin in supplements are absorbed in the body efficiently. Therefore, sometimes you require higher dosages of Curcumin supplements to notice any significant benefit from it. To address this problem, BodyFirst® Curcumin contains BioSOLVE Curcumin TM which has been developed with modern science to have superior solubility and eight times better bioavailability than regular curcumin powders.
This product contains a unique blend of three bioactive curcuminoids namely Curcumin, bisdemethoxyxurcumin and demethoxyxurcumin for promoting joint health, immunity and protect against free radical damage.
- What is the active ingredient in Turmeric? The active ingredient in Turmeric is curcumin that renders most of its benefits.
- Is BodyFirst® Curcumin allergen free? Turmeric is a common ingredient used in most food preparations. It is generally well tolerated by most individuals and safe to consume. Hence, its extract, in the form of curcumin is also generally safe to consume. However, if you have any known allergy to turmeric, avoid consuming curcumin.
- For how long does one have to take Curcumin to see its benefits? Over a period of a month, an individual should be able to feel better in terms of overall health as well as reduced joint pain, better immunity and lesser inflammation.
- Is it safe to consume it for a long period of time? Consuming recommended servings of curcumin will not cause a problem. However, overdosing on curcumin can cause gastrointestinal issues.
- Is Curcumin safe to use with other Health Supplements? Yes, it is safe to use Curcumin while also taking other Health Supplements such as protein, BCAA, Preworkout etc.
- What are the side effects, interactions, and/or contraindications, if any, associated with Curcumin? It is important to consult your healthcare provider especially if you are on medications for thinning the blood.
- Should I consume Turmeric if I am taking curcumin supplements? You can take regular amounts of turmeric in your food or diet and take curcumin supplements in addition. As turmeric has only 3% curcumin, taking a supplement of curcumin is more beneficial for health as it provides a concentrated dosage of the active ingredient.
- Who all can consume curcumin supplements? Those who suffer from lifestyle disorders such as diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia etc., individuals who fall sick frequently, people with joint pain and arthritis and those involved in high intensity workouts.
- What are the benefits of consuming curcumin? It helps the brain functionality, regulates triglycerides and heart health, protects joints as well as helps the body with maintaining immunity.
- Is there a difference between Curcumin and Turmeric? Yes, curcumin is the extract of turmeric. While turmeric contains 3 to 4% curcumin, curcumin supplements can go to upto 95% curcumin. Curcumin is the active ingredient of turmeric and to benefit from it one needs a dose of 500 mg upwards, which can be easily met through supplementation.