Improve overall health with a potent turmeric extract that is well-known for providing various benefits, and black pepper for enhanced nutrient absorption.
5 Key Points About Daily Turmeric Activated
- Turmeric has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties.
- Turmeric crosses into the brain where it protects brain cells from inflammation and oxidative (toxin) damage, and delays age-related changes.
- Turmeric has properties that disrupt the growth and spread of harmful cells.
- The minimum effective dose to experience benefits from Turmeric is 500 milligrams (mg).
- The absorption of Turmeric increases by 2000% when it is taken along with Bioperine (Black pepper).
What is Turmeric For?
Turmeric is a potent spice that is derived from the root of its plant. It contains active components called curcuminoids that provide a wide variety of benefits. Curcumin is one of the main and most commonly researched curcuminoids in turmeric. Curcumin is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial, the latter of which means that it targets different types of bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi [1-3]. It also enhances the health of the brain, heart, and joints, among a long list of additional benefits [4-7].
Turmeric’s powerful anti-inflammatory activity enhances the body’s natural ability to prevent diseases. Its antioxidant properties improve the efficiency of antioxidant enzymes in the body, and its antimicrobial abilities take stress off the immune system [1-3].
Due to its versatility, curcumin has been shown to target cardiovascular, metabolic, pulmonary, neoplastic, autoimmune, and neurodegenerative conditions [8-12].
Our supplement contains 600 mg of Turmeric root and 50 mg of Turmeric Root extract, which is a highly potent extract that contains 95% curcuminoids. Turmeric root itself consists of a lower concentration of curcuminoids (e.g. curcumin) than the concentrated extract.
Daily Turmeric Activate also contains Bioperine, a branded black pepper extract that consists of 95% piperine. Piperine is commonly combined with turmeric extract (curcumin) to enhance the absorption of this herb. Research shows that when turmeric is taken alone, it is barely detectable in the body after 1 hour, while taking it along with black pepper dramatically improves its absorption. More specifically, the absorption of turmeric increases to 2000% when it is consumed with black pepper . This means your body will get the full effect of the supplement.
If you are reading this guide, it is probably because you just opened a package containing Daily Turmeric Activate and you may be wondering how to take it. This guide should answer a lot of questions. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
How to Use Daily Turmeric Activated
Due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, Turmeric may be used topically or even added to mouthwash [14, 15]. However, to experience optimal health benefits, Daily Turmeric Activated should be consumed in supplement form.
Food does not typically contain effective amounts of Turmeric, which means you should take it as a supplement for optimal absorption and effectiveness, in order to receive the benefits that were previously described.
How Often Should I Take Daily Turmeric Activated?
The minimum effective serving of Turmeric is 500 milligrams (mg) per day, to experience enhanced health . The recommended serving is 1 capsule (650 mg) of turmeric taken twice daily for a total serving of 1300 mg, which will provide you with numerous health benefits, including those listed above.
Research indicates that 5 mg of Bioperine (5 mg) is potent enough to enhance nutrient absorption [17, 18]. By taking two capsules you are consuming 10 mg of Bioperine, which ensures that your body will absorb the most effective amount of Turmeric.
It is essential to take Daily Turmeric Activated every day in order to experience long-term benefits. Higher servings are also safe, but if you want to take more than the recommended serving, please speak with your doctor first.
When Should You Take This Supplement?
The optimal time to consume Daily Turmeric Activated is 20-30 minutes before a meal so your body can start to absorb the ingredients before stomach acid begins to increase in response to eating a meal. This will allow you to boost the absorption of additional nutrients from your meal as well.
Who Should Use Daily Turmeric Activated?
The recommended serving of Daily Turmeric Activated is safe to take regularly and is beneficial for your health, no matter what your gender is.
Is Daily Turmeric Activated Vegan or Vegetarian?
There are no animal products in the ingredients or production of Daily Turmeric Activated, which means this supplement is both vegetarian and vegan friendly.
Is Daily Turmeric Activated Safe While Pregnant or Nursing?
There is no reliable research regarding the safety of consuming Turmeric supplements while pregnant or nursing, although amounts that are typically found in food appear to be safe.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please speak with your doctor first.
How Does Daily Turmeric Activated Affect Blood Sugars and Ketosis?
Daily Turmeric Activated does not contain sugar or carbohydrates and this makes it keto friendly, but Turmeric may increase the effects of medications that lower blood sugar. Bioperine may have a similar effect as it is known to increase the absorption of other substances, including turmeric.
However, turmeric has been shown to help normalize blood sugar levels and for some people who are on a ketogenic diet, it further enhances their health [19, 20].
What if it doesn't work for me?
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