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Drink Zyn: CURCUMIN from Turmeric in a bottle

This is a sponsored post and all opinions are my own

Drink Zyn: CURCUMIN from Turmeric in a bottle

What is the difference between CURCUMIN and Turmeric?  To put it simply, Turmeric is a root (like Ginger) known to have healing benefits.  CURCUMIN is the bio-active source of Turmeric’s healing power and exactly what your body needs.

CURCUMIN is not readily absorbed by the human body when Turmeric is consumed by itself — for example in a tea or a juice.  ZYN combines CURCUMIN with PIPERINE, which is an extract from black pepper, which is known to increase absorption of the CURCUMIN by 2000% (according to academic and scientific research).  This means that the MOST beneficial ingredient within Turmeric will be absorbed so you get all of the healing benefits.

Research shows CURCUMIN has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. What are the harmonizing health benefits of CURCUMIN?

  • Aids in blocking effects of Glaucoma and Cataracts in some research
  • Contains anti-inflammatory properties, helping in some ways with relief from arthritis, joint pain, psoriasis, colitis
  • Reported to have health benefits and potential cardioprotective effect along with COPD and Hypertension
  • CURCUMIN may represent a new horizon in managing iron overload-induced toxicity 
  • A very promising new therapeutic option for the treatment of gastrointestinal and hepatic diseases
  • Studies are promising in the potential that CURCUMIN can be a future drug of therapy for the treatment of various neurological disorders such as major depression, tardive dyskinesia and diabetic neuropathy

The ZYN drinks are one of the best ways I have found to get all you need for proper absorption of Turmeric and the right amount of the CURCUMIN from the Turmeric root. The flavors are fantastic. Of the 4 flavors, I like Pomegranate Cranberry best.

Head to DrinkZyn.com to try these for yourself and they have a store locator to check your area for availability.

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Cindy Gordon

I actually had no idea about the difference until now. That’s actually really good to know. I love turmeric and it’s health benefits.

Heather @ US Japan Fam

I’ve never heard of this or CURCUMIN with PIPERINE, but it sounds great!! Gotta see where I can find it locally, thanks for the tip!