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    Turmeric is a main ingredient in these supplement...

    Turmeric is a main ingredient in these supplement blends that may support joint health. However, forms that are hydro-soluble will absorb better.
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    It may be possible the turmeric was not absorbing...

    It may be possible the turmeric was not absorbing properly as there are challenges with absorption in the intestinal tract.
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    Yes, turmeric may support a healthy inflammation...

    Yes, turmeric may support a healthy inflammation response. However, it does not absorb as well in ordinary spice form.
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    Yes, it is important to look into the absorption...

    Yes, it is important to look into the absorption of the turmeric you take. For example, forms that are hydro-soluble absorb better.
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    If using turmeric, you may want to look into...

    If using turmeric, you may want to look into forms that absorb better such as hydro-soluble supplement forms.
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    Have you also considered turmeric for supporting...

    Have you also considered turmeric for supporting a healthy inflammation response overall?
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    One other thing to note is that if you add...

    One other thing to note is that if you add turmeric in food form, it may not absorb as well as it would in supplement form.
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    If using turmeric, also note there are challenges...

    If using turmeric, also note there are challenges with absorption, and forms that hydro-soluble absorb better.
  • One other thing to note about turmeric is that...

    One other thing to note about turmeric is that there are challenges with absorption. For example, forms that are hydro-soluble absorb better.
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    Poll: Yes, turmeric that absorbs better - a...

    Yes, turmeric that absorbs better - a hyrdo-soluble form.
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    If you are looking for a turmeric that absorbs a...

    If you are looking for a turmeric that absorbs a little better, hydro-soluble forms are a better option.
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    One reason for side effects on statins is that...

    One reason for side effects on statins is that they lower levels of CoQ10 in the body. This is something to review with your doctor, however.
  • Other forms of turmeric that may absorb even...

    Other forms of turmeric that may absorb even better are the hydro-soluble supplement forms made with gamma-cyclodextrin.
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    Or, turmeric supplement forms that are...

    Or, turmeric supplement forms that are hydro-soluble also have enhanced absorption.
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    One other thing to check is to see if your multi...

    One other thing to check is to see if your multi contains CoQ10. CoQ10 may be supportive for PCOS and exercise.
  • You may find this research study helpful: ...

    You may find this research study helpful: Analysis of different innovative formulations of curcumin for improved relative oral bioavailability in human subjects (unable to post the link, but this is...
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    What do you also think about turmeric for...

    What do you also think about turmeric for anti-inflammatory support?
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    One other thing about turmeric to keep in mind is...

    One other thing about turmeric to keep in mind is that forms that are hydro-soluble may absorb even better than the forms with black pepper/BioPerine.
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    What about turmeric for anti-inflammatory support?

    What about turmeric for anti-inflammatory support?
  • Thread: Tmj surgery :(

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    Yes, research suggests curcumin may help support...

    Yes, research suggests curcumin may help support a healthy inflammation response. One thing to note is that there are challenges with absorption, and a form that is hydro-soluble absorbs better.
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