Turmeric is thought to contain many health benefits that come from the chemical curcumin, found in the spice. Curcumin, which can be anti-inflammatory, is an antioxidant and could help prevent and treat cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. However, a 2006 study found that only 3 percent of turmeric powders by weight was curcumin. Supplements often contain more curcumin than the powders, but it’s difficult to absorb into the bloodstream, so someone would need to take a lot of turmeric to get the benefits of the chemical.
I am always really skeptical of anything that over promises weight lose, mainly because its a brilliant business strategy and I find it hard to trust anyone who is just out for money. Having said that, I do remain intrigued about anything new that pops up and after a bit of research I would be lying to say I wouldn't consider trying this for myself. I did look into some of the side effects further, as this is a main worry for me when taking any supplement, and none are too scary that would rule it out. I'm not rushing to buy… but i am kinda impressed with what I've read!
The more you have to lose (obese / extremely overweight), the more you will lose as your body has more fat to spare. Sure, changes to your diet and activity levels will be the base but the magic lies in the details. Most people weight loss journey is mostly about losing a lot of water (and water weight), going on holiday and then coming back home feeling fat and full of guilt. The truth is, fat has nothing to do with it, because they haven’t lost much of it in the first place.

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