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Categories: Curcumin and Turmeric, Glucosamine, Chondrotin, MSM & other Joint Products, Indigestion & Reflux, Heartburn, Diverticulitis & Stomach / Gut lining Issues, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Gastritis & Stomach Ulcers, Pain and Inflammation, Back Pain & Strain
Used for thousands of years in Indian and Chinese treatment where it was known as "the spice of life", modern Western scientists have finally caught up with turmeric's remarkable healing properties.
Each Lamberts Turmeric tablet contains 500mg of root extract providing 95% concentration of curcumin. This is to make sure you enjoy the therapeutic antioxidant, digestively calming effects of this herb, which may not take place in smaller doses.
Lamberts Turmeric 20,000mg is great for...
Many believe this popular ingredient in Asian food could be one of the factors to explain the better health they enjoy. The active ingredient in the spice, thought to account for its health benefits, is curcumin.
Research into turmeric and curcumin has exploded in recent years as new discoveries are made about its role in so many aspects of health.
A specific gene pathway called Nrf2 is activated by the herb to boost levels of protective antioxidants while at the same time lowering inflammation and enhancing detoxification. It also suppresses the inflammatory response switched on by a protein complex called NF-kB.
Many people take the herb to ease inflamed tissues in the body and joints and reduce joint stiffness, but it also acts as a liver support and improves digestion by helping increase bile flow to break down fat. It also aids digestion by supporting the stomach and digestive tract to calm down the symptoms of disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome.
Turmeric is also 'heart healthy', lowering cholesterol and helping prevent the formation of dangerous blood clots. It also improves blood sugar metabolism to keep diabetes in check.
In recent years interest has been shown in its brain healthy attributes and its potential for halting or treating brain diseases.
For men aged 18+ and women aged 50+, take 1 Lamberts Turmeric tablet each day. Do not exceed the daily dose.
Do not take if trying to conceive, pregnant of breastfeeding. Not suitable for women under 50 (child bearing age)
Q: How does this Lamberts supplement compare with the turmeric spice in my kitchen cabinet?
A: You would have to take two heaped teaspoons to provide the equivalent of one tablet of turmeric, but the tablets are also a 95% concentrate of curcumin, the active ingredient. You would need dramatically high amounts of the natural spice to get the same amount of curcumin.
Q: I can see that curcumin would be valuable for 'wear and tear' arthritis but would it help with rheumatoid arthritis?
A: A small trial sought to find the answer to your question. It confirmed that curcumin was effective in reducing disease activity and lowering joint tenderness and swelling.
Q: Will turmeric tablets help promote weight loss?
A: A common factor in obesity is low grade inflammation. Curcumin has anti-inflammatory activity. Experimental evidence supports the idea that curcumin reduces obesity by reducing inflammation. However it will only be useful as part of a weight loss programme.
Each tablet contains 20,000mg of Turmeric Spice
This is 500mg of turmeric root extract which is providing 95% curcumins
The tablets also contain:
Tablet Coating: Cross linked Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose
Glycerin Colours: Iron Oxides & Titanium Dioxide
If adverse reactions occur, discontinue use and consult a doctor. Seek professional advice before using if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, under medical supervision or suffer from food allergies or intolerances to any of the ingredients or contents.
Food supplements must not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Always read product directions before use and do not exceed the recommended intake. Details on this site are correct at time of preparation and are for reference purposes only. This product is not a substitute for medication or medical advice (given by a medical practitioner, pharmacist, or other health-care professional), nor intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
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