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Curcumin Could Potentially Fight Cognitive Decline

Orlando, FL– May 12, 2016 – Memory problems do not just affect individuals in the elderly population, but also the younger ones. While there are unhealthy ingredients contained in food, there are also many natural ingredients believed to enhance memory.

Curcumin could potentially fight cognitive decline. Curcumin is a phytochemical found in turmeric, which is an ancient, medicinal spice. It contains a variety of therapeutic ingredients such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties.

“Individuals who want to take advantage of the therapeutic benefits of curcumin may do so through supplementation,” said VitaBreeze Supplements spokesperson, Michelle O’Sullivan.

Cognitive decline is a phenomenon that affects many people nowadays. Those who are getting older are thought to be more susceptible to the deterioration of cognitive functions. Some researchers believe that curcumin has the potential ability to preserve cognitive function.

Results of recent studies reveal that curcumin’s antioxidant properties have the potential to decrease the levels of beta amyloid plaque in the brain. The beta amyloid plaque is a compound associated with cognitive decline and the advancement of Alzheimer’s disease.

Researchers from a study monitored the condition of elderly individuals who consumed curry on a daily basis. Curry contains abundant levels of curcumin. The results reveal that the participants of the study got higher scores of Mini-Mental State Examinatons (MMSE). The MMSE is an exam designed to measure one’s cognitive performance.

Incorporating curcumin in the diet can potentially increase one’s memory. Individuals who are preparing for exams, fighting cognitive decline, or simply wanting to maintain their sharpness may use curcumin. It can be added in dishes and beverages but can also be obtained through supplementation.

Turmeric, which contains curcumin, has long been used for a range of medicinal purposes. It has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvdevic and traditional Chinese medicine in fighting a myriad of health conditions. The therapeutic effects of turmeric are thought to come from its curcumin.

Curcumin is not only thought to address various medical problems, but is also a preventive measure for certain ailments. It is also a popular remedy for arthritis pain and inflammation. Today, many arthritis sufferers use curcumin supplements over pain relief medications, which are associated with side effects.

Curcumin is thought to offer a myriad of therapeutic benefits. However, it has low bioavailability, and this means its absorption inside the body is limited. The good news is that there are curcumin supplements that contain a bioavailability-enhancing ingredient such as BioPerine.

BioPerine is a black pepper extract that is believed to help increase the absorption of curumin’s therapeutic benefits inside the human body (amazon.com/Turmeric-Curcumin-Complex-PeppeExtract-Bio-availability/dp/B00JA4TLTI). 


About VitaBreeze

VitaBreeze is a nutraceutical brand that manufactures high-quality natural supplements to help people live a healthy, enjoyable and longer life. All of the company’s products are manufactured in the United States using the finest quality ingredients that have been carefully selected, tested and crafted into the firm’s winning formulas. Visit http://www.VitaBreeze.com to learn more.


MEDIA CONTACT INFORMATION
Benjamin Lasance
(407) 545-2239
media@vitabreeze.com
Website: www.VitaBreeze.com


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