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CurcuVITA CurcuVITA 30 caps.
Labs212
27.60 €

CurcuVITA 30 caps.

Min. expiration date: 2024-03
Shipping weight: 150g
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Vegetarian
Vegan
27.60 € With VAT
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  • Complex support for the cardiovascular, nervous and digestive system
  • Helps lower significantly blood pressure
  • Promotes the excretion of harmful metabolites
  • Improves the function of the liver and bile duct
  • Prevents digestive discomfort
  • Great antioxidant potential

LABS 212 CurcuVITA is a supplement with a patented and clinically tested blend of Turmeric root extract. A highly bioavailable extract contains 95% curcuminoids and is fortified with piperine which increases its bioavailability. A convenient capsule form allows you to provide quickly numerous substances with far-reaching, health-promoting effects.

Curcumin – the main consituent of the plant Curcuma longa, i.e. the most popular spice in Asian cuisine. Its range of health benefits were discovered already a few thousand years ago. In folk medicine, it is an agent improving the function of the cardiovascular, nervous and digestive system and a potent antioxidant.

Piperine – a compound extracted from black pepper. It stimulates the secretion of gastric juices, thereby supporting digestive function. Its effects are also visible in the nervous system. It may improve your mood by boosting levels of neurotransmitters – serotonin and dopamine.

Antioxidant properties
Stress, unhealthy diet or excessive physical activity are just some of the causes of the formation of free radicals. But what exactly are they? They include highly reactive molecules which damage important cell structures. This leads to cell death and impairs the function of the tissues and organs made of these cells.

In order to reduce harmful effects of free radicals, the body releases enzymes which neutralise them. Some substances, including curcumin, boost the production of superoxide dismutase, glutathione peroxidase, glutathione S-transferase and catalase. These proteins are involved in the reduction of hydrogen peroxide and singlet oxygen – compounds responsible for lipid and protein oxidation.

Healthy cardiovascular system
Most of diseases of affluence affect individuals with cardiovascular dysfunction. In order to inhibit their progression, it is important to follow an adequate diet. Supplementing with some bioactive compounds also signifcantly supports a healthy cardiovascular system.

Scientists have shown that curcumin taken regularly lowers homocysteine levels. From a clinical point of view, its low values reduce the risk of atherosclerosis.

A large part of the population suffers from high blood pressure. It is often caused by impaired function of the vascular endothelium which does not produce vasodilating substances. One of these is prostacyclin (PGI2), a substance responsible for the relaxation of the vascular smooth muscle. Furthermore, it inhibits blood platelet aggregation, protecting fully against embolic and thrombotic events. Unfortunately, it is a labile compound which is broken down easily in the presence of free radicals. As an excellent antioxidant, curcumin reduces effects of low prostacyclin levels.

Superior neuroprotection
Both ingredients of the supplement act on the central nervous system. By reducing oxidative stress, curcumin inhibits the accumulation of abnormal proteins with neurodegenerative properties. What is more, this effect is more pronounced due to increased production of chaperones. They promote normal protein biosynthesis, preventing the folding and formation of abnormal proteins.

Piperine, the second ingredient, is helpful especially in disorders associated with states of depression. It improves the functioning of the reward system by increasing the neurotransmission of serotonin and dopamine. They are mainly responsible for enjoying things or behaviours that are described as pleasant.

Digestive health
Digestive disorders have two different results. Impaired nutrient absorption lead to vitamin and microelement deficiencies, whereas undigested macronutrients are the cause of unpleasant diarrhoea, bloating and stomach ache.

Curcumin has been shown to be one of the digestion-promoting substances. It stimulates smooth muscles of the bile duct, which results in increased bile secretion. This prevents bile stasis and gallstone formation. Piperine has slightly more far-reaching effects. It enhances the secretion of gastric and pancreatic juice, consequently encouraging the absorption of digested nutrients.

Complex body detox
Piperine found in the supplement has been shown to help the body cleanse of toxins. It dilates small capillaries of the skin and liver, improving their microcirculation. This helps remove substances that are harmful to cells from the bloodstream, which may be consequently excreted in urine.

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Composition
per 1 capsuleamount%DV
Turmeric root extract (Curcuma longa L.) Curcumin C3 Reduct®, DER 100:1, standardized to 95% tetrahydrocurcuminoides147 mg-
– of which140 mg-
tetrahydrocurcuminoides 95%
Piper nigrum Extract BioPerine®, DER 50:1, standardized to 95% Piperine2 mg-
– of which1,9 mg-
piperine
Vitamin B235 mg2500%
Selenium15 µg27%
Vitamin D Quali®-D50 µg1000%
Acacia fiber90 mg-
L-Leucine31 mg-
Other ingrednients

Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (capsule shell).

Additional informations
Container size: 30 capsulesServing size: 1 capsuleServings per container: 30
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