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Meriva® - the most widely studied clinical curcumin in the market
An exclusive Nutrissentiel
Curcumin binds to phospholipids
Phytosome® technology ensures even more efficient absorption
Each tablet contains 500 mg of phospholipid complexes of curcumin
Provides antioxidant activity and protects cells *
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CURCUMAX Meriva is a unique and patented product based on curcumin. For centuries, the peoples of Asia have known and benefited from its benefits. Curcumin refers to the orange pigment of turmeric (the main ingredient in curry). Its antioxidant properties offer many health benefits, including good joint health and good liver, gastrointestinal and cardiovascular function. To do this, curcumin optimizes the production of cytokines, thus preserving the normal inflammatory response of the body.
Whether curcumin is absorbed via a supplement or directly via food, it is usually only slightly absorbed in the bloodstream. By partnering with Indena S.p.A., the world's experts in botanical extraction technology, NUTRISSENTIEL unveils the key to the absorption of curcumin: Phytosome technology. Meriva curcumin phytosomes represent a single extract of curcumin, the absorption of which is markedly superior to other curcumin extracts. *
Phytosomes are plant extracts bound to phospholipids, essential components of human cells. The body naturally produces phospholipids (such as phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylserine). Phospholipids are also found in food and dietary supplements. They are also very well absorbed when taken orally. Indena scientists have discovered a way to fix a curcumin extract to phospholipids obtained from soybean oil for optimal absorption. The CURCUMAX Meriva was born. With CURCUMAX Meriva, the body easily absorbs phospholipids with fixed curcumin, which allows more curcumin to reach the body cells and thus take full advantage of it.*
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