CURCUMIN AND VITAMIN D
Curcumin is a root that has been used in Indian tradition for millennia not only as a common ingredient for many recipes, among them curry, but also as a medicinal remedy. In recent years, this spice has also become known in the scientific community for its multiple health benefits.
CURCUMINASOL 185 uses a unique and exclusive technology thanks to which curcumin can to be assimilated easier by the body as it mimics the natural digestive processes of the organism that allows the absorption of lipophilic compounds by means of micellization.
The key to the bioavailability is that of supplying the active principle (curcumin) to obtain the best absorption rate in the intestinal wall. Every other curcumin-based product has a lack of phase separation in the stomach due to poor stability at low levels of gastric pH.
The biomimetic micelle matrix is completely stable at gastric pH and is entirely delivered to the intestinal wall for maximum absorption.
Published research shows that on average CurcuminaSol 185 is 185 times more bioavailable than standard curcumin.
Consequently, the bioavailability of CurcuminaSol 185 is unsurpassed in today’s market.
The C-Max, T-Max and retention levels are exponentially superior to any other product due to the fact that most of the curcumin is excreted through the liver within 2 hours of ingestion, whereas CurcuminaSol 185 remains in the plasma for more than 24 hrs!
We have formulated an exclusive 500mg curcumin in Licap with 5mcg of Vitamin D.
Vitamin D is a hormone and not a vitamin,we are not able to absorb enough of it from food to meet our nutrient requirements. To produce vitamin D we need to expose ourselves to sunlight, specifically to the very hot ultraviolet B radiation which we find between 11:30 am and 3.00 pm
We need vitamin D to develop a good immune response against viruses, bacteria and fungi.
We get sick more often than not from autoimmune diseases if there are low levels of vitamin D in the organism: asthma, type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, etc. Vitamin D is also very important for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases: those who have high levels of vitamin D in their bloodstream have a lower risk of developing heart attacks, strokes and hypertension and are also better at controlling blood sugar levels. Vitamin D is also implicated in the development of the central nervous system.