Originally from India , turmeric (Curcuma Longa L) is a plant of the ginger family that has been used for centuries in traditional cuisine and medicine. To overcome the very low uptake of curcumin, the active principle of Turmeric, a group of researchers from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) developed this innovative formula.
One capsule of Optim Curcuma may:
- relieve discomfort in joints, tendons or back
- detoxify and protect against free radicals and cellular aging
- maintain cognitive related functions and memory.
Optim Curcuma is a food supplement containing 30 capsules (30 days). References: Cox et al (2014); DiSilvestro et al (2012); Jurenka et al (2009).
One small capsule (400 mg) of Optim Curcuma preferably before a meal.
For faster benefits, 2 or 3 capsules per day can be taken at once and during the first two weeks.
Ingredients: 400 mg Longvida® preparation (Curcuma Longa L. extract from India containing 80 mg of curcumin, anti-caking: stearic acid, carrier: maltodextrin, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin, antioxidant: ascorbyl palmitate, anti-caking: silica), capsule shell: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, filler: microcrystalline cellulose and anti-caking: talc.
Nutritional Values per 100g :
Carbohydrates: 40g of which sugars 0g
Lipids: 32g of which saturated fats 20g
Energy Value per 100g: 511 Kcal/2136 KJ or 3.0 Kcal par capsule.
Optim Curcuma has a shelf life of 3 years after the date of production.
Net Weight 15g – 30 capsules; Notification Number (Belgium) PL:2708/1
Optim Curcuma is a food supplement that has demonstrated good tolerance up to 4g per day – the equivalent of 10 capsules per day. There are however a few precautions you might take.
When initially ingested Optim Curcuma can cause digestive disturbances with some people, so for the first few days it is best taken with food. These symptoms generally abate after a few days and then it can be taken on an empty stomach.
As relevant data on its use during pregnancy and lactation is lacking, Curcuma longa can not be recommended in these cases. Because curcumin was found to stimulate the gall bladder, the use of curcumin or turmeric is contraindicated in a person with obstruction of the biliary tract (WHO Monograph).
Consult your doctor or pharmacist in case of concomitant use of anticoagulants.
It is advisable to follow recommended doses, and have a diverse and balanced diet as well as healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach of children. Keep in a dry place.