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Turmeric Boost

Add antioxidant power to your daily routine

Each capsule of Turmeric Boost contains 475 mg of curcuminoids. Curcuminoids are the active compounds found in turmeric, and turmeric’s benefits lie in a curcuminoid called curcumin. Curcumin is well known for its antioxidant benefits. Each capsule also features 5 mg of black pepper extract standardized to contain 95% piperine: a key ingredient that enhances absorption and increases bioavailability.1,2

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Turmeric, a plant in the ginger family native to Southeast Asia, is known for its golden hue; it's what gives curry powder and mustard their vibrant colour. As a spice, turmeric is incorporated into the daily life and cuisine of homes worldwide. In addition to its use as a spice and pigment, turmeric has been interwoven into cultural and healing traditions and used for medicinal purposes for centuries.

Curcuminoids are the active compounds found in turmeric, and turmeric’s benefits lie in a curcuminoid called curcumin. Curcumin is well known for its antioxidant benefits.

Shaklee Turmeric Boost

  • Source of antioxidant properties
  • Each capsule contains 475 mg of curcuminoids
  • Each capsule also features 5 mg of black pepper extract standardized to contain 95% piperine: a key ingredient that enhances absorption and increases bioavailability1,2

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Shaklee Turmeric Boost offers a superior amount of curcuminoids when compared with other brands on the market.

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FAQs

What is turmeric? What are curcuminoids? And what is curcumin?
Turmeric, curcuminoids, and curcumin are not interchangeable terms. Turmeric is a distinctive yellow spice that’s part of the ginger family and has been used for 4,000 years in cooking and medicinal uses. The family of active compounds in turmeric is called curcuminoids. The primary curcuminoid found in turmeric is called curcumin, and this is where turmeric’s powerful benefits come from. Curcumin is well known for its powerful antioxidant properties.

What's the difference between turmeric root and turmeric extract?
Curcumin is found in the root of the turmeric plant but only comprises a small amount of the turmeric root; an average turmeric root contains less than 5% curcumin, and this amount varies from turmeric root to turmeric root. On the other hand, turmeric extracts are made by extracting curcumin from the turmeric root and are standardized to contain concentrated amounts of curcumin. Each Turmeric Boost capsule includes 475 mg of curcuminoids.

Why is black pepper extract included in the formula?
Because curcumin has been found to have relatively low absorption, each Turmeric Boost capsule contains 5 mg of black pepper extract (Piper nigrum): a key ingredient that enhances absorption and increases bioavailability.1,2

Can Turmeric Boost be taken any time of day?
Turmeric Boost can be taken any time of day but should be taken with a meal (e.g., a shake).

Is Turmeric Boost vegan?
Yes. Turmeric Boost is great for people who eat a vegan diet.

Is Turmeric Boost kosher?
Yes. Turmeric Boost is Star-K kosher certified.

Is there anyone who should NOT take Turmeric Boost?
Turmeric Boost is not intended for use by children or by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Please consult your physician if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, or under the age of 18. Please read the label for more details on cautions.

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1. Shoba G, Joy D, Joseph T, Majeed M, Rajendran R, Srinivas PS. Influence of piperine on the pharmacokinetics of curcumin in animals and human volunteers. Planta Med 64(4):353-356, 1998. [2 grams curcumin versus 2 grams curcumin plus 20 mg piperine acute; healthy adult males; acute enhancement of blood levels of curcuminoids.

2. Prasad S, Amit K. Tyagi AK, Aggarwal BB. Recent developments in delivery, bioavailability, absorption, and metabolism of curcumin: the golden pigment from golden spice. Cancer Res Treat 46(1):2–18, 2014. Published online 2014 Jan 15. doi: 10.4143/crt.2014.46.1.2 [Review] Reference 1 is a primary clinical study of the pharmacokinetics of curcumin plus piperine; reference 2 is a comprehensive review of enhanced bioavailability formulations.

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