With Goldea Health natural curcumin, you can take full advantage of the health benefits of one of the healthiest herbs in the world: curcuma
What is curcumin?
Curcumin is a component of the curcuma plant. Curcuma, also known as Indian Turmeric Root, originates from India and is commonly used in the kitchen there.
Why is curcumin healthy?
We are only just beginning to discover the health benefits of curcumin in Western medicine, but curcumin seems to have an influence on the prevention of various diseases and can support your body’s recovery from illness. More and more scientific studies are coming out that prove the benefits of curcumin.
Why should you take curcumin supplements?
Although natural curcuma is really healthy for you, you will benefit even more from the health benefits of this special herb by taking curcumin supplements. For example, curcumin helps to keep your joints supple and it is an antioxidant that protects the body’s cells against external influences. Our curcumin supplements contain Bioperine®, which optimises the absorption of curcumin.
Opt for quality from Goldea Health
Goldea Health’s curcumin supplements have an exceptionally high curcumin content of no less than 95%, purely from Curcumin C3 complex® extract. The bioavailability of the Curcumin C3 complex is improved in combination with the Bioperine® extract that is present. This means that the curcuminoids are absorbed at least 20 times more effectively. A golden combination!
What is the curcumin good for, for instance?
- Turmeric acts as an antioxidant and helps keep the liver healthy.*
- Turmeric has a supportive role in digestion, stimulates the appetite and helps to maintain joints.*
- Turmeric can be beneficial to a good mental balance.*
- Black pepper aids digestion, and the health of the respiratory tract and the nervous system.*
- Black pepper has a role in blood circulation, the digestion of toxins and is an antioxidant.*
Goldea Health is not permitted by law to provide all (complete) information concerning the workings of this supplement. For more information, we recommend that you consult an orthomolecular information resource.
*Provisionally authorised health claims, pending approval by the European Commission