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Super Bio-Curcumin®
Super Bio-Curcumin®

Price: $28.50

Product Code: 00407

Description Ingredients
  • Super Bio-Curcumin®
  • 400 mg, 60 vegetarian capsules
  • Item Catalog Number: 00407
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No whole-body health regimen would be complete without curcumin. This remarkable turmeric extract benefits nearly every organ system. Curcumin inhibits inflammatory factors, supports immune system function, promotes heart health, and offers potent antioxidant protection. But curcumin is difficult to absorb, so we formulated our curcumin formula with the ultra-potent BCM-95® Bio-Curcumin® extract.

Benefits at a Glance:

  • Up to 7 times more absorbable than conventional curcumin extracts
  • Whole-body health benefits for nearly every organ system
  • Inhibits inflammatory factors like NF-kappaB protein molecule
  • Promotes healthy cell division and healthy inflammatory response
  • Promotes healthy immune system function
  • Helps maintain healthy digestive function

A component of ancient Ayurvedic medicine, curcumin extract inhibits inflammatory factors in the body.1 It also helps support digestive function, supports immune system health,2,3 and more. In addition, some studies indicate that curcumin can help maintain normal, healthy platelet function.4-7

BCM-95® Bio-Curcumin®

Life Extension® has created Super Bio-Curcumin® using an ultra-potent extract called BCM-95® Bio-Curcumin® — which is actually seven times more absorbable than conventional extracts. Plus, BCM-95® Bio-Curcumin® also remains in the bloodstream almost twice as long as standard curcumin extracts.

A study showed that just one 400 mg capsule of Super Bio-Curcumin® with BCM-95® per day provides curcumin blood concentrations equivalent to up to 2,772 mg of typical 95% curcumin extracts.8

Inhibits inflammatory factor NF-kappaB

Curcumin promotes your body's healthy response to inflammation by inhibiting key inflammatory factors such as NF-kappaB, a protein molecule that acts like an "on-switch" in genes that govern the body's pro-inflammatory responses. Curcumin has been shown to exert powerful inhibitory effects on NF-kappaB activation.9-14

Curcumin also inhibits the metabolism of arachidonic acid, as well as the activities of cyclooxygenase, lipoxygenase, and cytokines (interleukins and tumor necrosis factors).15-18 Other clinical trials suggest that curcumin can promote healthy bowel function and joint health.19-29

Immune system and brain function health

Curcumin extract promotes immune system health by inhibiting histamine release from mast cells.30-33 Curcumin can also benefit your mind: In some studies, curcumin supported healthy brain function and offered neuro-protective benefits.34-44

Pancreas support and free radical defense

Curcumin supports pancreatic function by encouraging pancreatic islet health.45-50 Curcumin's multifaceted benefits even include antioxidant45,51 protection and hormone balance support. Research indicates curcumin can help protect against estrogen-mimicking chemicals,52-57 help protect against free radicals, and promote normal cell cycle growth.

Maximize curcumin's health benefits

Finally, there is a way to get the maximum health benefits of curcumin extract in a convenient, once-a-day capsule. Support the health of nearly every organ in your system, and ensure you absorb all the curcumin your body needs. Try Super Bio-Curcumin® today!

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