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Curcumin Plus · 60 capsules

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Curcumin offers numerous positive effects for the human organism. More and more people are benefiting from curcumin when it comes to their digestion, inflammation or regeneration after a hard workout. Curcumin Plus from GN provides the potent active ingredient in an optimally absorbable form, easy to dose and in the usual top quality.

  • Highly concentrated, with guaranteed 95 % curcuminoids
  • 500 mg curcumin extract 50:1
  • Optimum absorption thanks to the addition of piperine
  • High bioavailability
  • Easy to dose capsule form
  • Highest quality - made in Germany
Nährwerte und Inhaltsstoffe
Compositionper capsule
Kurckma extract250 mg
thereof curcuminoids237.5 mg
MKT5 mg
black pepper extract 3 mg
thereof piperine2,85 mg


Zutaten: Curcuma longa L. Curcumin 95% (Curcumin Granular) HLPC, bulking agent: microcrystalline cellulose, capsule shell: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, vegetable fat powder (from rapeseed, contains medium-chain triglycerides (MKT)), black pepper extract (contains 95% piperine).

*Prozent der empfohlenen täglichen Verzehrmenge laut Verordnung (EU) Nr. 1196/2011

**Keine Nährstoffbezugswerte (NRV) vorhanden.

Verzehrempfehlung

Take 1-2 capsules a day with plenty of liquid.

Hinweise

Die angegebene empfohlene tägliche Verzehrsmenge darf nicht überschritten werden. Nahrungsergänzungsmittel sollten nicht als Ersatz für eine ausgewogene und abwechslungsreiche Ernährung verwendet werden. Das Produkt ist außerhalb der Reichweite von kleinen Kindern zu lagern.

Quellen
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Inhalt: 60 capsules Artikelnr.: 5285

As the name suggests,curcumin is extracted from the turmeric plant and is a naturally occurring curcuminoid. Numerous studies have attributed a whole range of positive health effects to the active ingredient. It is therefore hardly surprising that the turmeric plant has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine and in India. Curcumin is also becoming increasingly popular as a dietary supplement here in Europe. However, there are a few things to bear in mind when supplementing with curcumin. When taken orally, the active ingredient is largely destroyed by the liver during the so-called "first pass". As a result, only a fraction of the curcumin can be absorbed by the body, which means that it would ultimately be of little benefit to our organism. Curcumin Plus from GN Laboratories avoids these hurdles by adding piperine. Scientific studies have shown that piperine, extracted from black pepper, is able to effectively inhibit the degradation process of curcumin in the human liver. Piperine increases the bioavailability of curcumin by as much as 2000% (1). Curcumin Plus from GN Laboratories can therefore be optimally absorbed by the body, allowing its positive health properties to unfold to their full extent.

The anti-inflammatory properties are probably the most frequently proven effect of curcumin in studies. With regard to this property, numerous studies have come to the conclusion that the intake of curcumin triggers various mechanisms that have been shown to reduce inflammation in test subjects (2,3,4). In further studies, these anti-inflammatory properties sometimes led to the effective promotion of regeneration processes. Due to this effect, the intake of curcumin helped to improve sports performance in the participants of one study (5). In addition to these effects, curcumin also has a strong antioxidant effect. These and the anti-inflammatory properties have been proven in numerous studies. In the test groups of various studies, curcumin was thus able to contribute to the maintenance of optimal body cell function (4,6). Antioxidants protect the human organism from oxidative stress. Oxidative stress leads to the formation of free radicals and can damage the body's cells in various ways. Free radicals restrict the synthesis of various proteins, and muscle cells are among these restricted endogenous proteins. Restricted protein biosynthesis therefore leads to reduced muscle growth. In addition, free radicals deactivate important enzymes in our body and can thus damage cell membranes (7,8). However, the benefits of curcumin do not end with its antioxidant effect. Various studies have shown that the intake of curcumin has a regulating effect on digestion. In several studies, the active ingredient was found to have a potentially supportive effect on a variety of digestive problems among the test subjects (9,10). The gut and digestion are crucial aspects of health in general. However, they are also particularly important for athletes from another perspective. Digestion is crucial for how efficiently the human organism can absorb nutrients (11). This absorption of nutrients is in turn a decisive factor for optimal muscle building (12,13).

The various benefits that a regular intake of curcumin can bring go far beyond this brief list. In one study, it showed an inhibitory effect on the development of osteoclasts (14). Osteoclasts are responsible for the breakdown of bone substance and can significantly reduce bone density. Curcumin had a regulating effect on blood sugar levels in test subjects (15). This effect is based, among other things, on the fact that curcumin has the ability to stimulate the beta cells of the pancreas. These in turn are responsible for the production of insulin in our body. In addition, curcumin significantly reduced cholesterol and triglyceride levels (16,17) after just one week's intake in study participants and had a protective effect on the liver (18).

Curcumin Plus from GN Laboratories delivers all the benefits of this exceptional active ingredient in the top quality you have come to expect from GN. Take advantage of the positive effects of a plant that has been valued for thousands of years. Curcumin Plus, so that nothing stands in the way of your goals.

Customer Reviews

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T. Greiger
Curcumin

Deutlich einfacher als jeden Tag unmengen an Kurkuma zu essen hahahhaha

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Lars F.
Curcumin

Finde das gelöste persönlich etwas besser, aber das ist nur meine eigene Meinung

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Andreas Läufer
Curcumin

Sehr gutes Supplement, super um den Entzündungen im Körper mal etwas entgegenzuwirken

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Kevin Z.
Curcuma Kapseln

Nehme ich jederzeit gerne, 5 von 5 Sternen ich mag es

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Laslo Wildermann
Richtig geiler Wikrstoff

Bin persönlich ein großer Fan von Curcuma. macht was es soll