The Definitive Guide To Curcumin
Can Curcumin offer you a happy, healthy and pain free body?
What is Curcumin?
What are the benefits of Curcumin?
- Antioxidant Effect
- Anti –Inflammatory Support
- Immune Support
So let's analyse each benefit in more depth.
- Colorectal Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer and Anti-Cancer Potentials
- Immunological Mechanism in Alzheimer's Disease
- Treatment of Alcoholic Hepatitis
- Use of Curcuminoids in Cystic Fibrosis
- Free Radical Trapping Properties of Curcuminoids
For more information please visit: http://www.curcuminoids.com/
What is Bioperine®?
Is Curcumin Safe?
What is Curcumin C3 Complex®?
These three ingredients are collectively known as Curcuminoids. It is these 3 compounds that research has shown to offer the greatest range of health benefits. C3 Complex is the first of its kind in a category of nutrients that were described in 1995 as “Bioprotectant”.
So, can Curcumin C3 Complex offer you a happy, healthy and pain free body? It just might! In comparison with other supplements, Curcumin C3 has undergone many clinical trials and, although the effects may differ slightly between individuals, there is very strong evidence to suggest that Curcumin C3 is a bio-protectant offering increased anti-oxidant effect, unrivalled Anti-inflammatory support and great immune enhancement.
References & Further reading
Rich is Operations Manager for Love Life, covering Amazon and Ebay Accounts, Stock control, Customer Service and many more areas. He has a keen interest in health and fitness with a BSc Sports Technology, as well as being a qualified Personal Trainer, Boxercise Instructor and UEFA B Football Coach.
Rich’s training style centres around his busy lifestyle as a dad, and includes HIIT, Weight training, Bodyweight exercises, Boxing training, Middle distance running, Football training.
He says: "I love high intensity interval training, Its effective for fat reduction, aerobic and anaerobic endurance, can increase muscle mass and is time efficient - essential for a busy dad!”
On motivation Rich describes: "I have always been vastly interested in sports including to a semi-professional level of football. To be good at sport you obviously have to train and also apply the correct diet, they come hand in hand. Living healthy is a way of life and I am now trying to encourage my kids to do the same."
"As humans we inherently want to improve at everything we do. Once training becomes part of your everyday life and you start to feel good about the way you look and feel, then you want to do it even more! I motivate myself by using work out time as “thinking time”. I can focus on pushing my body and it gives my mind chance to take stock…..and I also feel great afterwards!"