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How Turmeric+ Helps Improve Knee Health12th November 2020
We are all advised to keep fit for our health; however, some of us can experience skeletal and muscular discomfort after exercising. This was the case for 55-year-old teaching assistant Amanda who loves to walk and workout on a regular basis.
Like thousands of others, she discovered Turmeric+ after feeling some discomfort and not being able to exercise like she used to. She said: “A couple of years ago, my knee didn’t feel right, and I lost my confidence to continue my high-intensity training classes that I really used to enjoy. I noticed an advertisement for Turmeric+ in the newspaper and I thought I would give it a go, as I had nothing to lose.
“Before taking Turmeric+, I wasn’t confident to exercise like I used to and was quite wary of overdoing it. Since taking the supplements, I feel much more like my old self - it’s been brilliant.
“During lockdown, I have been exercising using an online class with my 19-year-old daughter who’s taking a BA in contemporary dance. Even she is impressed with my mobility - and that’s saying something!”
How Does Turmeric+ Work?
Turmeric contains compounds called curcuminoids - the most notable of which is curcumin, which is responsible for turmeric’s distinctive, vivid yellow colour. It is also what makes turmeric such a powerful spice.
However, curcumin is difficult for the body to absorb, which led the scientists at FutureYou Cambridge to seek a solution for easier absorption, also known as bioavailability. This led to the creation of Turmeric+, which uses a patented Curcuma Phospholipid Complex formulation and includes vitamin C that contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of cartilage, and is 30 times more absorbable than standard turmeric.
Adam Cleevely, CEO of FutureYou Cambridge, said: “We want to support more people to keep them active and think Turmeric+ can play an important role in that journey. We have tens of thousands of happy Turmeric+ subscribers who regularly tell us about their positive stories, just like Amanda.”
Turmeric+ has been officially recognised and certified by Informed-Sport, an international body that ensures supplements are produced to a high standard and can be used in professional sport.
Find out more about Turmeric+ here.