05 Jan Enjoy a Healthier You with Curcumin Complex from Prolean
Featuring BCM-95, Curcumin Complex from ProleanWellness provides antixodant and cell-protective activity while also supporting joint health and helping to relieve minor pain associated with physical activity. Curcumin Complex also helps to support the health of organs and systems by modulating the production of cytokines and other signaling molecules. Among the organs supported is the brain and overall neuronal health. But what exactly is BCM-95 and how is it able to help you?
What is BCM-95?
BCM-95 is a 100 percent purse turmeric extract that has been standardized to curcumin, bisdemethoxycurcumin, demethoxycurcumin and essential oils turmeric rhizome. Thanks to the natural composition of BCM-95, it is able to optimize bioavailability while also reflecting true turmeric identity. This allows it to fully delivery optimal health benefits. In order to make curcumin more bioavailable, researchers found that it should be used in combination with turmeric. This combination is how BCM-95 came to be.
How is BCM-95 Beneficial?
BCM-95 has been studied extensively and has been show to offer broad efficacy without the use of excipients, phospholipids, carriers, additives, nanotechnology or bioenhancers. The Curcumin Complex from Prolean helps to support a healthy microbial environment while also supporting joint health, providing antioxidants, and supporting the health of organs and systems. It is also able to support the body’s efforts to promote healthy cell growth while also inhibiting unhealthy cell growth in certain cell lines. In addition, it supports brain/neuronal health as well as a healthy mood.
How Should I Take Curcumin Complex?
To get the most out of your Curcumin Complex from Prolean Wellness, you should take one capsule twice per day. You should consult with your healthcare provider before taking Curcumin Complex and then use as directed by your healthcare provider Those who are taking certain medications, especially blood thinners or medication for cancer, should discuss the potential interactions with their healthcare provider.