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Terry Naturally CuraMed -- 750 mg - 60 Softgels


Terry Naturally CuraMed
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Terry Naturally CuraMed -- 750 mg - 60 Softgels

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Terry Naturally CuraMed Description

  • New Look, Same Formula
  • Clinically Studied BCM-95 Curcumin with Turmerones
  • Superior Absorption Curcumin
  • 750 mg Curcumin Complex
  • Up to 500 times Stronger than Turmeric
  • Healthy Inflammation Response

Superior Absorption Curcumin

 

Curcumin is the most powerful component of turmeric, a plant highly prized for centuries due to its amazing health benefits. CuraMed® takes curcumin to the next level as the most clinically studied, enhanced absorption curcumin in the world.

 

CuraMed 750 mg provides 500 mg of full spectrum curcuminoids per softgel.

 

When compared gram per gram, CuraMed curcumin delivers up to 500 times more curcumin to the bloodstream than turmeric.

 

Clinically Proven

Over 85 groundbreaking, published studies. The only patented curcumin with turmeric essential oil containing ar-turmerone.

 

Safely Produced

From non-GMO turmeric grown without chemicals. Produced without using harmful solvents.

 

Highly Effective

Liver, brain, heart & immune health. High antioxidant value >1,500,000 for cell protection from oxidative stress and free radicals.. Healthy inflammation response.

 

Using patented technology, this proprietary complex provides enhanced absorption and sustained retention time at meaningful levels in the body.


Directions

Recommendations: 1 softgel daily, May take 1 softgel two times daily for optimal results.

Free Of
Sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, dairy, artificial coloring, artificial flavoring or preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Softgel
Servings per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories10
Total Fat0.5 g<1%
Total Carbohydrate1 g<1%
Proprietary Complex
Curcumin (Curcuma longa) Rhizome Extract (BCM-95/Curcugreen®) enhanced with turmeric essential oil and standardized for curcuminoid complex (curcumin, demethoxycurcumin and bisdemethoxycurcumin), phospholipids (from sunflower lecithin), supplying 500 mg of pure curminoids
750 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Medium chain triglycerides, gelatin, glycerin, beeswax, purified water, turmeric in sunflower oil (softgel color), silica.

Terry Naturally brand products contain natural and other premium ingredients.

Warnings

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Top 6 Inflammatory Foods to Cut From Your Diet

Inflammation is a normal and healthy part of your body's immune response. You bang your knee; it gets red and swollen and warm to the touch, but a few days later, it's better. This is called acute inflammation. It pops up when needed, and then it goes away. Woman Avoiding Foods That Cause Inflammation Rejecting Plate of Bread | Vitacost.com/blog However, with chronic inflammation, something continues to irritate your body without giving it a fighting chance to heal and restore. Chronic inflammation contributes to conditions such as obesity, diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer. Food can be a significant contributor to chronic inflammation. If you’re eating meals that cause inflammation three times a day (plus a snack – or two or three – in between), the effects are continuous and long-term, or chronic. Food choices create a vicious attack that the body never gets a rest from.

How do you know if you have chronic inflammation?

Chronic inflammation can manifest itself in a number of ways, with varying intensities:
  • Muscle or joint pain: body stiffness
  • Weight management challenges: overweight, belly fat, difficulty losing weight
  • Allergies
  • Skin conditions: red, itchy skin; rashes, eczema, psoriasis
  • Low energy: fatigue
  • Chronic conditions: arthritis, diabetes, heart disease
  • Gastrointestinal issues: gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, stomach pain
  • High blood glucose levels
If you regularly experience more than a few of these symptoms, talk to your doctor. In addition, you can take matters into your own hands by living a healthier lifestyle and improving your eating habits.

Inflammatory foods

In many peoples’ go go go lives, convenience is a priority. Yet most packaged, processed and fast foods are inflammatory, as are some other less obvious “natural” culprits. What types of foods should you limit to keep inflammation in check?

1. Sugar

Sugar has been compared to cocaine and heroin with regard to its addictive quality. The more sugar you eat, you more you’ll crave it. Desserts are an obvious source of sugar. However, sugars also hide in unlikely products like prepared and packaged foods, and combined with desserts, most people are overdoing it. Look for sugar, corn syrup, fructose, and sucrose on food labels. Decrease quantities of soda, cookies, cakes, sugary cereals, candy and processed packaged foods. Also limit synthetic sweeteners like aspartame, which are just as bad. In addition, refined carbohydrates are processed grains that break down into sugars when eaten. Limit cereals, breads, pizza, and other white flour products. Eat more complex carbohydrates like more fruits, vegetables, beans and gluten-free whole grains.

2. Trans-fats and saturated fats

Trans-fats are unhealthy altogether, while saturated fats are OK in limited amounts. Trans-fats are found in vegetable oils labeled as ”hydrogenated” or “partially hydrogenated"; examples are safflower, sunflower, canola, corn, peanut, sesame, soy and palm oil. Saturated fats are contained in meats, full-fat dairy, ice cream and butter. Avoid fried foods and keep your consumption of mayonnaise, potato chips, packaged snack foods, and margarine at low levels. Coconut oil and virgin olive oil are healthier choices. Steam vegetables instead of sautéing them in butter.

3. Gluten

Glutenous grains cause acidic conditions in the body, which in turn causes inflammation, particularly in our digestive tract. Reduce the amount of wheat-based cereals, breads and baked goods in your diet. Barley and rye should also be consumed only in lower quantities. Instead, try quinoa, teff, sorghum or GF-oatmeal. Bake with almond, coconut, or other GF flour. It’s not as hard as you think and many people feel more energetic and clear when they cut gluten from their diet.

4. Alcohol

Alcohol is high in sugars and causes stress on your liver as you metabolize it. Drink beer, wine, and spirits less often. When you do drink, limit it to just one drink for women or two drinks for men. Or better still, drink water or a fruit-enriched mocktail instead.

5. Dairy

Dairy cows are infamous for being treated with hormones and antibiotics. Dairy-containing foods include cow’s milk, butter, cheese, ice cream and yogurt. There are many non-dairy milks, like coconut milk, hemp milk or almond milk. Non-dairy substitutes now exist for most other dairy products as well. Check labels and choose those with the lowest sugar content.

6. Grain-fed animal protein

Eating mass-produced meat and poultry that have been grain-fed is inflammatory. Animals are kept in unsanitary, cramped conditions and are treated with hormones and antibiotics. Decrease frequency and portion size of (grain-fed) red meat and poultry. Look for free-range organic meat, eat more wild-caught fish and experiment with plant-based proteins like peas, lentils and legumes. In summary, acute inflammation is a normal body function; chronic inflammation is not. The more we eat processed, packaged and prepared foods, the more our obesity and chronic disease epidemic will get worse. Maintaining an active lifestyle, reducing and better managing stress and eating the proper blend of lean proteins, healthy fats, gluten-free whole grains, fruits and vegetables will help you combat chronic inflammation. Avoid or limit processed, packaged, and sugar- and fat-laden foods to keep aggravation of your systems at bay. As Jim Rohn said, “Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.”

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