Metabolic Nutrition Turmeric 90 Capsules
Turmeric is a spice you've likely heard of, however curcumin or curcuminoids are the most important aspect of Turmeric. Curcumin has powerful anti-inflammatory effects, is a powerful antioxidant, and has nootropic effects helping to boost brain function. Metabolic Nutrition's Turmeric supplement features a highly concentrated Turmeric/Curcumin mix along with black pepper extract to enhance absorption and bioavailability.
Metabolic Nutrition Turmeric Highlights & Benefits
- Natural Anti-Inflammatory Properties
- Turmeric Can Increase Antioxidant Capacity of The Body
- Curcumin Has Brain Boosting Properties
- May Support Heart Health
- Popular Among Arthritis Sufferers
- Supports Joint Health
Metabolic Nutrition Turmeric Product Reviews
I have some pain from previous sports injuries, after having a friend tell me turmeric could help with inflammation I decided to give it a try. I'm amazed how well it works, while my pain isn't completely gone it's much better.
I take Metabolic Turmeric for arthritis in my hands, I find it to be helpful.
I've been taking turmeric for years, I really like Metabolic Turmeric, and like that they add the black pepper extract, with some other formulas which lack this I wind up having to eat a handful of black pepper.
Take 3 capsules daily with or following a meal.
Metabolic Nutrition Turmeric 90 Capsules Ingredients & Label
Store in a cool dry place after opening
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