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    Turmeric Curcumin with BioPerine Black Pepper Extract - 750mg per Capsule, 120 Veg. Capsules - GMO Free Tumeric, Standardized to 95% Curcuminoids for Maximum Potency
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    • STANDARDIZED 95% CURCUMINOIDS - Normal turmeric only contains 2-6% curcumin. Yet studies show most of the health benefits come from the curcumin found inside. Beware of 'turmeric curcumin' formulas that simply contain a high dose of regular turmeric that only contain 2-6% curcumin. We use Curcumin standardized to 95% curcuminoids, which means you're getting a highly potent dose of concentrated curcumin (not just regular turmeric).
    • FEEL THE DIFFERENCE - We stand behind our tumeric curcumin supplement and are proud to have the best formula on the market. Give our tumeric pills a try and if you don't feel any difference, let us know.
    • 50% MORE POTENT, BEST VALUE - Our Turmeric Curcumin with BioPerine formula is the most potent on the market. A highly POTENT 750mg per capsule (most other brands are only 500mg per capsule). Turmeric also contains beta-carotene, vitamin C and calcium.
    • SAFE, PURE & MADE IN USA - Many competitors include ingredients that are harmful or you do not need. Our formula is Gluten FREE and has No GMOS, binders, fillers, preservatives, artificial ingredients or stearates. There is also no soy, milk, egg, shellfish, wheat, peanuts or any other ingredients that shouldn't be in there. Best of all, it's made in a FDA inspected facility following strict GMP guidelines to ensure purity and potency.
    • HIGHEST QUALITY INGREDIENTS - Not only is our tumeric curcumin supplement more potent, we use the patented black pepper extract BioPerine (5mg) for increased absorption and bioavailability. Curcumin with black pepper is essential in good curcumin supplements. We only use the best, because you deserve the best!

Why are so many scientists studying this spice?

Why are so many scientists studying this spice? Curcumin appears to help protect brain cells - which is why other studies are looking at whether curcumin might help prevent dementia." Inflammation can also damage the cells in the pancreas that produce the insulin needed to keep levels of blood

Can curcumin spice treat Alzheimer's disease?

Can curcumin spice treat Alzheimer's disease? That's how marketers can say “studies show” that curcumin helps immune cells suck up amyloid plaques and that people with dementia who took turmeric capsules had miraculous improvements. Those claims make their way into the popular press when even 

Save Your Brain From Dementia With These Supplements

Save Your Brain From Dementia With These Supplements Curcumin. Several studies have found that curcumin, the active ingredient in the spice turmeric, may treat dementia and Alzheimer's. A study at the University of California Los Angeles found curcumin slows the buildup of amyloid plaques in the brain

Circumin Can Protect Your Brain from Dementia and Alzheimer's ...

Circumin Can Protect Your Brain from Dementia and Alzheimer's ... Curcumin—a bright orangeish chemical compound that's found in turmeric and is integral to most curries and many other Asian foods (not to mention good old 

Eating curry may help fight off dementia, new study suggests

Eating curry may help fight off dementia, new study suggests Eating curry at least once a week may help to stave off dementia, new research suggests. For perhaps too many Britons, a trip to the curry house is an occasion 

Retinal Plaques May Enable Noninvasive Screening for AD

The eye, with its direct connection to the brain, has long tantalized researchers with its potential to serve as a window into Alzheimer’s disease pathology. Some researchers have found amyloid plaques accumulating in the lens or retina, although other data conflicts. In the August 17 Journal of Clinical Investigation Insight, researchers led by Maya Koronyo-Hamaoui at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, presented new data from postmortem samples that support the existence of amyloid plaques in retinas from AD patients. The authors claim that these plaques can be detected in the eyes of living people using a curcumin-based probe and a retinal scanning procedure developed by NeuroVision Imaging, a biotech company in Sacramento that Koronyo-Hamaoui co-founded. In a small pilot study, retinas in AD patients gave off twice as much amyloid signal as did those in healthy controls.

The researchers are collaborating with other groups to validate the technology in larger cohorts, as well as to determine how early the signal arises and how it changes over the course of disease. Koronyo-Hamaoui believes retinal amyloid imaging could be a promising biomarker for early diagnostic screening, and might help track progression as well.