It’s safe and easy to find, and it can WIPE OUT some of today’s deadliest diseases… or help you avoid them completely.
So OF COURSE mainstream researchers are throwing an absolute fit over it!
A headline-making new “study” claims anyone who buys curcumin supplements – even YOU – is a S-U-C-K-E-R.
They’re acting like this is the biggest con out of India since the Maharishi got the Beatles to make crummy sitar music.
These researchers claimed they looked at THOUSANDS of studies (which, no doubt, sounds impressive) and found absolutely NO PROOF that curcumin does anyone a lick of good.
If fact, they go on to say that even if it COULD do you any good in theory, it still CAN’T in reality. It’s not absorbed well by the body anyway, they claim, so don’t waste your time or money.
But don’t treat this study like a sacred cow – because it smells more like something a regular cow left behind.
These clowns may have looked at “thousands” of studies, but it looks like they left more than a few out in a prime example of selective science at its absolute worst.
We know from other studies – REAL studies these guys clearly ignored – that curcumin can fight pain, slash inflammation, protect the heart, reduce inflammation, and more.
And I haven’t even gotten to the biggest benefit.
It’s also a POWERFUL brain enhancer.
If these researchers wanted to see proof of how well it’s absorbed – directly into the brain – they should’ve booked a flight to India and visited a morgue, where autopsies routinely reveal a slight yellowish tint in the brain.
That’s actually curcumin, which is a powerful pigment. It’s what gives Indian dishes like curry their distinct color.
And if you eat enough of it, it’ll give your brain some of that color.
If it’s “poorly absorbed” how could that possibly be?
Once inside your noggin, it goes to work in incredible ways, with studies showing it can slow or stop the memory loss that comes with age and may even protect against dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
And if you’re among the millions of Americans battling depression, letting your brain soak up some curcumin can actually CURE the condition. One study even found that curcumin is as good as Prozac.
That’s right. AS GOOD AS one of the world’s top-selling depression drugs, but instead of paying big for a med – and suffering the risks – you can actually get this “therapy” from a piping hot bowl of Indian curry.
The only side effects? This stuff can get pretty spicy, so it can clear out your sinuses.
If you don’t like a little heat – or just don’t have a taste for Indian food – don’t worry. Curcumin supplements are readily available and cost just pennies a day.
For best results, knock it back with a meal that has some fats in it, which will help your body absorb it better.