Curcumin for Athletes – Studies Show Muscle Growth and Endurance Boost
Curcumin supplementation may be of interest to endurance athletes. This is suggested by a Taiwanese animal study in which liquid curcumin led to a big increase in the endurance capacity of lab mice.
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Among the long list of curcumin’s benefits, the study shows that Curcumin enhances the positive effects of exercise on the blood vessels, boosts testosterone levels, strengthen bones – and in short – can make everyone a Superman.
When the researchers got the mice to run in a treadmill they observed that the animals that had been given curcumin could keep going for longer, as the curcumin increased the concentration of glycogen in the muscles and reduced the concentration of lactate and urea in the blood.
The increase in muscle strength may have been due to the anticatabolic effect of curcumin, the researchers suggest. Another possibility is that curcumin stimulates the development of the nerve pathways that the brain uses to send signals to the muscles.
It is important to note that the researchers used liquid curcumin that has demonstrated high bioavailability. To enhance muscle building, we suggest that athletes regularly drink the liquid curcumin extract #Curcumall.
The technologically advanced formula of Curcumall delivers more curcumin to the blood than most curcumin products and has shown enhanced absorption of the active ingredients. The result is that Curcumall demonstrates significant health results and is an important supplement to athletes and the general public.
How to Use Curcumin in Your Daily Routine:
- Each morning, drink 1-2 tsp Curcumall mixed with hot water.
- For best absorption, wait 20-30 minutes before eating.
- Try adding a second dose in cold water after workouts for better recovery.