Conquer Your Inflammation
- Turmeric: Supports a healthy inflammation response*
- Quercetin: Supports healthy cardiovascular and immune systems and helps anti-inflammatory response*
- Resveratrol: Supports normal inflammatory response associated with strenuous exercise*
Controlled inflammation is normal and necessary for the body; it is a defense mechanism in response to certain issues and problems that may affect the body. However, when inflammation becomes chronic, it can cause damage to healthy cells, deteriorating organ tissue and allowing diseases to develop. Various studies have shown that decreasing inflammation also reduces the potential for developing cancer, diabetes, dementia, arthritis and heart disease, among others.
Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, is a powerful anti-inflammatory that protects everything from the brain to the joints. Quercetin has been shown to have positive effects by inhibiting the production of pro-inflammatory substances in the body, aiding in everything from respiratory inflammation to other types like rheumatoid arthritis. Resveratrol has also been proven to decrease pain and inflammation after exercise.
Turmeric contains antidepressant and anti-aging capabilities by penetrating the blood-brain barrier and neurons, increasing the production of good hormones like serotonin, dopamine, and noradrenaline. Antioxidants and other components of quercetin can help lower blood sugar in young people, while resveratrol contains antioxidant properties that benefit collagen fibers, which help combat wrinkles and sagging skin.
Daily use is recommended as a preventative and to support conventional treatments, especially if you have any issues related to inflammation. Always consult your doctor first before taking these or any products.
In the recommended doses, these products do not usually manifest adverse side effects. However, resveratrol is not recommended for people with bleeding disorders, those who use medications for this condition or are about to undergo surgery, as well as people who are sensitive to estrogen. Quercetin is also not recommended for people with low blood iron.