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Turmeric vs. Curcumin: Decoding the Science Behind Anti-Inflammatory Power


Turmeric vs. Curcumin: Decoding the Science Behind Anti-Inflammatory Power

What's the difference between Turmeric and Curcumin?


Franco Cavaleri answers a common question about the distinctions between turmeric and curcumin.


Understanding Turmeric and Curcumin Basics

Turmeric, a common spice in our kitchens, contains 2 to 6% curcumin, the main anti-inflammatory component. Curcumin, available in health food stores at 95 to 97% concentration, is purified from turmeric for a more potent effect.


Debunking the 95% Curcumin Myth

Cavaleri highlights a crucial aspect often overlooked: 95% of curcumin is composed of three curcuminoids, fluctuating in proportion. Biologic takes a meticulous approach, studying each constituent's activity in the cell, understanding their impact on the proteome genome, and locking in proportions for a targeted outcome.


Introducing Curcumin BioBDMC™

Biologic's patented composition, Curcumin BioBDMC™, leverages the anti-inflammatory activity of bisdemethoxycurcumin (BDMC). This specific fraction, with elements like MSK1 inhibition, enhances curcumin's effectiveness. Cavaleri emphasizes that their approach goes beyond regular curcumin, offering profound anti-inflammatory benefits beyond typical turmeric.


"Curcumin BioBDMC™ of Biologic amplifies the anti-inflammatory activity of curcumin in a profound way over and above regular curcumin, which again is over and above regular turmeric, the spice."

To explore the full spectrum of insights, watch the full video on YouTube.  For innovative and patented solutions, visit nunubioceuticals.com and discover the power of Curcumin BioBDMC™.



Read Franco Cavaleri's books at nunubioceuticals.com/nunu-books.





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