What is the Difference Between CURPURE and Regular Haldi and Other Curcumin Products?

In recent times Turmeric, or Haldi, as it is known in India, has gained worldwide fame since it is purportedly reported to protect you against Covid-19. However, in India, Turmeric has been in use since millennia as a spice and as herbal remedy for everything from healing wounds and cancer to healing coughs and colds and as a cosmetic. The vital ingredient is Curcumin.

Curcumin in Turmeric, Turmeric powder and supplements
Curcumin is bright yellow and it is responsible for turmeric’s properties. What is the difference between CURPURE and regular Haldi and other Curcumin Products? When you consume turmeric as turmeric powder in curries or in milk or you consume fresh turmeric you are taking in only 1.94 mg per gram. For curcumin to have any appreciable effect you may have to consume at least a couple of spoons. Then you come up another issue, which is bio-availability. Curcumin does not easily dissolve in water but dissolves in oily substances. Besides, the intestines do not readily absorb curcumin. Therefore, even if you consume raw turmeric, turmeric powder or turmeric capsules, your body makes use of only a tiny fraction. Further, digestive process breaks down curcumin. It has a fragile structure.

Consuming more turmeric is not the solution
You may be tempted to consume more turmeric powder or fresh turmeric. However, that is no solution. Turmeric causes side effects like nausea and diarrhea in higher doses besides making you susceptible to ulcers. If you have kidney or gallstone problems you should be careful about turmeric consumption. Ingredients in turmeric may interact with medication you take for blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol and to thin blood. Apart from curcumin, turmeric also contains other compounds like bisdemethoxycurcumin and demethoxycurcumin belonging to the curcuminoids group.

Curpure is the solution
Curpure from Miraco Global is the perfect solution. Unlike curcumin, which is only readily soluble in oil, Curpure is soluble in water. This increases bioavailability. You do not face adverse effects of higher amount of turmeric consumption. Curcumin is isolated and extracted through a special chromatography process and converted into a water soluble form that makes absorption in the intestines easy. This increases bioavailability. You get the best of both worlds: benefits of curcumin and no side effects.

Continue your use of turmeric in cooking but if you want curcumin for health benefits then switch to Curpure. Just a couple of capsules give you all the benefits and keep you protected.

 

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