October 18, 2017
Turmeric and Curcumin
Also referred to as “Indian saffron” or “Indian solid gold,” turmeric is derived from the rhizome of the plant Curcuma longa and is immediately associated with colorful Indian and Asian curries.
Historically, the use of turmeric – which belongs to the same plant family as ginger – dates back 4,000-5,000 years to India and Indonesia. The plant is also mentioned in the writings of Marco Polo during his 1280 journey to China and India. Finally, it was during the British rule of India that turmeric was combined with other spices and labeled as “curry powder” that is so familiar with us today.
Curcumin Is a Major Component of Turmeric
Turmeric contains a wide number of phytochemicals, but the primary component that’s attracted worldwide scientific inquiry is curcumin. Curcumin is the polyphenolic pigment contributing to turmeric’s yellow color and believed to be responsible for most of this spice’s health and wellness benefits. On average, curcumin comprises 2-5 percent of turmeric.
Health Benefits of Curcumin
Curcumin’s influence on molecular pathways are numerous and complex. It’s not surprising that the pigment could potentially have several health-related benefits, including:
Isagenix Offers Several Sources of Curcumin
In addition to Brain Boost & Renewal™, Isagenix also offers other products containing highly purified curcumin. For example, you can also find curcumin in Cleanse for Life®, IsaGenesis®, and CytoActives™. Overall, to enjoy the maximal health benefits of this “Indian solid gold,” incorporate these Isagenix products into your daily dietary supplementation routine, along with the occasional Asian and Indian curry – because it’s delicious!
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