Bounce back! Turmeric, which contains beneficial Curcumin, reduces markers of inflammation, helps manage exercise-induced inflammation and muscle soreness.1

Heart Health

Fall in love with turmeric! Seven human clinical trials prove it’s safe and effective at improving triglyceride and LDL cholesterol levels.2

Muscle Recovery

Rooting for you! Go farther. Push harder. The antioxidant Curcumin in turmeric improves performance by reducing inflammation in muscles, according to over 10 clinical trials.3

Joint Pain

Spicy moves! Scientific evidence from randomized clinical trials supports turmeric is safe and effective therapy to improve joint pain and mobility for patients with arthritis.4, 5


Don’t forget the spice! Populations with high consumption of turmeric have low prevalence of dementia. Evidence shows Curcumin crosses the blood brain barrier, protects neurons and prevents amyloid plaque involved in neuroaging.6, 7


Golden power! Curcumin has strong antioxidant abilities with a powerful anti-inflammatory punch. This super spice scavenges free radicals, boosts antioxidant enzymes and inhibits inflammation.8

(1) Inflammopharmacology 2019;  (2) Nutrition Journal 2017;  (3) Nutrients 2020;  (4) J Med Food 2016;  (5) BMJ Open Sp & Exer Med 2021;  (6) Nutrients 2021;  (7) J Alzheimers Dis 2018; (8) Front Pharmacol 2020;  (9) Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 2017;  (10) Foods 2017 Oct; 6[10]:92; (11) Complement Ther Med. 2020 Jan; 48:102267

Did you know?

    • Turmeric is a member of the ginger family
    • Faster recovery from exercise is possible, thanks to turmeric’s ability to reduce inflammation and muscle soreness.10
    • The body absorbs 2000% more turmeric when you pair it with Piperine, found in black pepper9
    • Turmeric is called the “golden spice” because of its color and valued health benefits


    • For centuries, turmeric has been used in India and China to treat skin issues, stress and depression.9
    • During a clinical trial assessing Curcumin’s efficacy on anxiety, scientists were surprised to discover that Curcumin may help with hot flashes.11
    • Life is better with ginger… and turmeric! 🙂