Curcuma 95% curcuminoïden BIO Cressana® Nederland

Curcuma 95% curcuminoids BIO

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Curcuma longa, Camu-camu,waterkers en piper nigrum | 90 veg. capsules

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Turmeric keeps the joints flexible and helps strengthen natural resistance

Turmeric is the deep yellow colored rhizome of the herbaceous turmeric plant 'Curcuma longa'. The yellow pigments from turmeric, the so-called curcuminoids, are the most important ingredients.

Our knowledge about the healthy effects of turmeric, once based on Indian folk wisdom from about 5,000 years ago, is now based on more than 150 years of scientific research. Turmeric has been best studied at a concentration of 95% curcuminoids.

What is turmeric good for?

Turmeric is especially an stomach-friendly aid to keep the joints of the knee, hip, vertebrae, fingers or shoulders supple. Getting out of bed, shopping, driving, climbing stairs, playing the piano, exercising, etc. How nice is it to continue doing all this, even at an older age. A more recent discovery is the supportive role of turmeric in strengthening our natural resistance and maintaining our mental balance. It has been known for some time that turmeric also supports digestion and the normal functioning of the liver.

Difference between BIO Curcuma and turmeric spice

The turmeric that you use as a spice in the kitchen contains approximately 3% curcuminoids. If you heat your dish, half of the curcuminoids are lost because these pigments cannot withstand the heat well. Our BIO Curcuma contains no less than 95% curcuminoids. A big difference! To obtain the physiologically effective dose of 500 mg of curcuminoids, you would have to add 20 tablespoons of turmeric spice to the hot meal of 1 person every day. You don't do something like that, it's not even a custom in oriental cuisine. You can only achieve this dose with a highly concentrated nutritional supplement.

Piperine from black pepper

Black peppercorns typically contain 5 to 9% piperine. Piperine is the spicy component of black pepper. This spicy pepper is often combined with turmeric. And not without reason, as it turns out. Indian scientists discovered more than 20 years ago that piperine from black pepper is responsible for a 20 times higher availability of curcuminoids to the body. Based on this groundbreaking research, 1% almost pure (95%) piperine was added to the turmeric in our BIO curcuma. This increases the absorption of the curcuminoids in a natural way and the turmeric remains active in the body for longer.

Daily dose (3 caps) %RI*
Curcuma longa extract 530 mg -
of which curcuminoids: 500 mg -
Camu camu extract 600 mg -
of which vitamin C 42 mg 52.5%
Freeze-dried watercress 45 mg -
Piper nigrum extract 5.25mg -
of which piperine 5 mg -

*RI: Reference intake

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