In a published study by the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, clinically tested patients with bone cancer had a marked improvement in quality of life taking Curcumin Active experiencing pain relief, reduced inflammation and overall well-being.
Everyone is familiar with curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric root. In an over-saturated market each company states that theirs is better, best or supreme, how do you find the diamond in the rough?
Curcumin is notorious for its poor bioavailability and absorption, thus resulting in an array of products with varying technologies that address these two factors. Unfortunately, while their aim is good, they still miss the mark. Although bioavailability and absorption are important factors in evaluating the effectiveness of curcumin, the key lies in its ability to remain free. How is this achieved? When curcumin is formulated to not only solve issues of absorbability and bioavailability, but address rapid breakdown within the body, the result is free curcumin. Because curcumin retains its free unbroken form by first being taken out through the lymph system, it is then carried to the bloodstream where it is stable, concentrated, and able to pass the blood-brain barrier.
What does this mean for you the consumer? By avoiding breakdown it remains in the bloodstream for up to 24 hours, allowing it to do its job properly. This means that all the benefits, like relief from pain and joint inflammation, antioxidant protection, digestive aid, and liver protection are truly optimized, giving you potent more effective relief or benefit.
When free curcumin crosses the blood-brain barrier something incredible happens. It binds to the plaque associated to cognitive decline and safely carries it out of the tissue, thus improving quality of life and cognitive function.
AOR has a proven history of excellence in innovation and was the first company in Canada to supply an optimized curcumin formula that demonstrates free curcumin in clinical trials. Do you want to free yourself with free curcumin?
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A version of this product was previously marketed by AOR using the name Curecumin.
Ingredients: Each Capsule Contains:
133.3 mg Longvida*
(from Curcuma longa
soy lecithin, stearic acid,
* Longvida is a registered
Verdure Sciences Inc.;
International patent pending.
Contains no wheat,
gluten, nuts, peanuts, sesame
seeds, sulphites, mustard,
eggs, dairy, fish, or animal