Healthy Inflammatory Response with Curcumin
Curcumin Promotes a Healthy Inflammatory Response
Inflammations are rapidly becoming recognized as an important predictor of health. Scientists believe inflammation is involved in nearly every chronic disease, including cancer, obesity and metabolic syndrome. Even heart disease, atherosclerosis and Alzheimer’s are due to inflammation. Therefore, promoting a healthy inflammatory response is one of the best things you can do for your overall health, especially the health of your joints, your brain and your cardiovascular system.*
Cutting-edge science is showing that curcumin is one of the most powerful compounds ever studied when it comes to promoting a healthy inflammatory response. Research suggests curcumin is so effective because it is a potent inhibitor of the body’s inflammation-causing chemicals.
Research found out that curcumin can lower the levels of three blood markers of inflammation:
- C-reactive protein (CRP)
- Fasting blood sugar level
- Hemoglobin A1C (a measure of longer term blood sugar levels)
The researchers concluded that supplementation with bioavailable curcumin like Curcumall® can significantly improve oxidative and inflammatory status, and thus curcumin could be regarded as a “natural, safe and effective CRP-lowering agent.”
New studies on inflammation and curcumin suggest that curcumin can help support joint, brain and cardiovascular health, while helping to reduce common aches and pains and oxidative stress. People who took Curcumall® reported on relief in joint aches, back aches and knee aches.
For optimal wellness it is important to maintain a balanced inflammatory response Unfortunately, most people don’t understand or recognize inflammation, or only associate it with the familiar aches and pains of joint discomfort. When this happens, their gut reaction often is to go see a doctor or get a few pills for immediate relief. But nature has other solutions that are perfect for the job, and curcumin ranks among the best of the best. Try Curcumall® to lower inflammation, promote joint health and ease aches.