Mar 20, 2018

Curcumin & Arthritis: Managing the Symptoms and Pain

Arthritis comes in more than one hundred different forms, but the most common form is osteoarthritis, which affects about 27 million Americans. Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that occurs when the protective cartilage in joints starts to wear away. It is most common in people who have passed middle age, because as we age our bodies become less able to suppress inflammatory responses. When inflammation occurs on a regular basis in the joints, that’s when cartilage and bone start to degrade, causing pain and difficulty moving.

Mar 6, 2018

Fighting Type 2 Diabetes with Curcumin

Type 2 diabetes is becoming an increasingly common problem that can have devastating effects upon a person’s health. People with type 2 diabetes are forced to eat an extremely restricted diet and many must get shots of insulin everyday to help regulate their blood sugar levels. When type 2 diabetes isn’t properly addressed, it can lead to numbness in the feet, high blood pressure, kidney disease, and stroke, among other complications.

Feb 22, 2018

Obesity, Heart Disease and Curcumin

Obesity is a major problem here in the United States. According to the CDC, nearly 38% of adults over the age of 20 are obese in America, and nearly 71% of adults are overweight (which includes obese people). One of the worst parts of the problem is that, for many people, it starts in childhood. 20.6% of adolescents age 12-19 are obese, as are 17.4% of children age 6-11 and 9.4% of children age 2-5.

Feb 13, 2018

Curcumin as an Anti-Inflammatory

Chronic inflammation can cause and contribute to a lot of serious problems throughout the body. When an injury occurs, the immune system causes an inflammatory response to help fight infection and promote healing. But when the problem is a chronic one like arthritis or diabetes, continued inflammation can make matters worse instead of better.

Feb 6, 2018

Curcumin’s Impact on Inflammation and Disease

Did you know that acute inflammation is actually a good thing? It’s one of the many tools that our body uses to protect us. Think about pain generally. We tend to think of pain as bad, but if we never felt pain, we wouldn’t know when we were accidentally cutting ourselves or burning our hands on the stove. Pain serves a very important purpose – it tells us, “Whatever you’re doing, stop it!”

Jan 18, 2018

Replace Glutamine: Curcumin for Ultimate Post-Workout Recovery

Glutamine is a common workout supplement that has been shown to have benefits for people who are in recovery, whether that be recovery from a tough workout or a serious illness. Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, so some athletes are under the impression that you can never take too much glutamine, but that isn’t true.

Jan 18, 2018

Natural Pain Relief for Arthritis

Arthritis pain can take the joy out of every day activities. When you no longer get to enjoy gardening or cooking or playing with your grandkids on the floor, it’s time to do something to address your joint pain. If you don’t want to be resigned to popping pills every day to manage your arthritis pain, there are a number of natural remedies that you can consider.

Dec 11, 2017

Reduce Muscle Fatigue with this Time-Tested Remedy

Muscle fatigue can be a crippling problem for people of every age and demographic. Maybe you’re a mom who is weary from chasing after and picking up her children day in and day out. Perhaps you’re a runner who has pushed his body too hard for too many miles. Or maybe you’re a writer who suffers from arthiritis and can barely move your hands after an hour of typing. Whatever the case, the inflammation that causes joints and muscles to burn, tighten, and ache can have a terrible impact upon your life and overall well-being. Anti-inflammatory medications can be quite effective, but they come with a slew of side effects and can be hard on the digestive tract.

Nov 5, 2017

Curcumin Dosage? Why DIY is So Tricky

The many health benefits associated with turmeric actually come from the active compound within it that gives turmeric its yellow color. That compound is called curcumin, and it makes up about 5-10% of turmeric.

Oct 15, 2017

Top 5 Curcumin Health Benefits

ZYN relies on the active compound in turmeric – curcumin – to give your body a boost. Turmeric has been used in Asian cooking for thousands of years to bring color and flavor to favorite dishes, and curcumin benefits have been utilized in Eastern medicines for just as long.

Sep 1, 2017

Enhancing Curcumin Absorbency with Black Pepper: Boosting Your Benefits

A wide variety of studies have shown that curcumin – the bioactive compound found in turmeric – has amazing health benefits. It may reduce the risk of heart attack, delay the onset of diabetes, reduce arthritis pain, and even help prevent and fight cancer.
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