Meriva Phytosome Curcumin: powerfully anti-inflammatory, clinically tested for joint health
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If you have been taking turmeric for anti-inflammation properties, consider taking it in a form which is more bioavailable, and readily absorbed by your body. There are many turmeric/curcumin supplements in the market but we recommend Meriva phytosome curcumin for the following reasons:
- 20 fold bioavailability vs 95% turmeric extracts: it is a complex between turmeric extract and phosphatidylcholine, which contains 18-22% curcuminoids, i.e. better value for money.
- Easier absorption than ordinary curcumin: 29x greater absorption than ordinary curcumin, which is poorly absorbed
- Promotes a healthy inflammatory response, i.e. efficient in targeting aches, muscle soreness and joint stiffness.
- Sustained-release formula: unlike liposomal curcumin, curcuminoids are delivered together with phospholipids to the cells.
- Most clinically tested curcumin
Read more in our blog here: "most cost efficient way to hack joint pain and inflammation: phytosome curcumin"
Curcumin phytosome (curcuma longa extract (root)/phospholipid complex, veggie capsules (hydroxopropyl methylcellulose)
Do not contain wheat, gluten, fish/shellfish, egg or peanut. Contains phospholipids which are derived from soy* (see our blog about our opinions)
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
1 capsule (450mg) should be taken twice a day, one in the morning, one in the evening, preferably with a meal. 500mg - 2000mg is said to be in the safe range.
Please consult your physicians. Curcumin can interact with various medications. It may:
- Increase the risk of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) for individuals on an anti-diabetes drug
- Increase the risk of bleeding if used with a blood-thinning medication (anticoagulant), such as aspirin, clopidogrel (Plavix), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB), heparin, warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven) and others
- Interact with the drugs talinolol and sulfasalzine (Azulfidine EN-tabs)
- Interact with certain chemotherapy drugs