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  • Does heat destroy turmeric’s benefits?

    Heating destroys some of the benefits of turmeric, but not all. Heating foods generally does destroy nutrients. This is true for vitamins such as vitamin C, but some phenolic compounds are very resistant – this is true for lycopene, the pigment nutrient found in tomatoes. Curcumin, the main active ingredient...
  • Are turmeric supplements worth it?

    In recent years turmeric supplements have been touted to offer a number of health benefits, and the market has really exploded. It is quite easy to get sucked into all the hype, but deciding if they are really worth it isn’t so easy. There is a lot to chose...
  • Do you need black pepper with turmeric?

    No – you do not need to take black pepper with turmeric. There is a lot of confusion on this subject. Black pepper extract (also known as bioperine), prevents the breakdown of curcumin in the liver and digestive system, which increases its time in the body. Although curcumin is an...
  • What is the best curcumin turmeric in the UK?

    There is a range of turmeric supplements in the UK to chose from. It is important to decide if you want  a curcumin supplement or a turmeric supplement though. Although similar, they are distinctly different products, but often the 2 get interchanged and confused. Many companies use both ‘turmeric’ and...
  • What is the best curcumin supplement in the UK?

    There is a range of curcumin supplements in the UK to chose from. It is important to decide if you want  a curcumin supplement or a turmeric supplement though. Often the 2 get interchanged and confused. Many companies use both ‘turmeric’ and ‘curcumin’ to describe the same thing, and...
  • Can you take cod liver oil with turmeric?

    Yes, you can take cod liver oil with turmeric. Both supplements are very common, are not considered toxic, and do not interact with each other in any negative way. They can even compliment each other if you are taking them both for sore joints. The omega-3 fatty acids which are found...
  • Do you need to take black pepper with turmeric?

    It is commonly claimed that you do need to take black pepper with turmeric, but this isn’t quite true. This is largely based on the results of one study which showed that taking black pepper with a curcumin supplement on an empty stomach increased the amount of curcumin in the blood...