Why Do We Need Turmeric Supplements?

Restore your tired-looking skin with one of the best turmeric supplements on the market.

We’ll go through why turmeric and curcumin are important for your skin and what their several health benefits are. Stick around!

Why Does Our Body Need Turmeric?

Our body encounters several health concerns as we age, including inflammation. Inflammation occurs when the immune system wrongly assumes intruders are attacking the body’s defense mechanism, such as harmful bacteria and viruses. This triggers an abundance of white blood cells to enter the bloodstream or tissue where the supposed attack is taking place, causing swelling and pain.

Turmeric from the curcuma longa plant is typically used for cooking but it also has many health benefits. Clinical research shows that an active ingredient called curcumin which is found in turmeric powder is proven to have anti-inflammatory properties. It also helps improve the immune system. Inflammatory cytokines can aggravate swelling from inflammation but curcumin regulates cytokines levels. This makes curcumin supplementation a promising treatment for joint pain and arthritis.

The benefits of turmeric are countless. It also plays a role in helping with gut issues because of curcumin’s ability to lessen the effects of inflammation. It is also linked to helping treat IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). The turmeric root helps strengthen the intestinal barrier by smoothing the muscles on the gut walls, allowing food to pass through without irritation or pain. It therefore is linked to lessening the effects of gut inflammation and helps restore it to normal function.

How Does Turmeric Affect Our Skin?

In today’s world, the body is swarmed with a torrent of free radicals and oxidative stress caused by several factors:

  • Enviromental pollution
  • Cigarette smoke
  • Pesticides
  • Excessive stress

Although the body naturally produces antioxidants, an imbalance of free radicals can have damaging effects, namely oxidative stress. Because free radicals are both chemically unstable and reactive molecules, they are quick to attach themselves to other substances, including our skin cells. Free radicals and oxidative stress weaken the activity in the mitochondria which accelerates the ageing process.

Turmeric however has antioxidant properties that neutralise these free radicals from damaging the skin cells.

Why Our Skin Needs Turmeric Supplements?

Dietary supplements containing turmeric help boost your intake of curcumin if you lack the plant in your diet. Curcumin by itself, despite its powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, has poor bioavailability. Essentially, it’s difficult for the ingredient to be adequately absorbed.

The problem isn’t helped by tablet and capsule supplementations due to both being harder to break down than liquid supplements. Your body needs to neutralise free radicals to prevent premature ageing, which is why turmeric supplements are important in importing the antioxidant properties of curcumin.


How YourZooki is Revolutionising Supplement Delivery

Taking the supplement industry to a new level, YourZooki is increasing the absorption of antioxidants and vitamins with a revolutionary delivery system using something called liposomes.

For nutrients to be absorbed effectively, they need to be water and oil-soluble in order to bypass the destructive environment in the gut. Liposomes and micelles encapsulate the nutrients in a small sphere and shields them from being prematurely absorbed or damaged in the gut. YourZooki ensures its products are highly bioavailable because the ingredients are better absorbed in the bloodstream, unlike other supplements that prematurely excrete the nutrients.

Here are Dermoi’s 6 bioavailable products:

Micellar Curcumin Turmeric Zooki

Turmeric Zooki contains high doses of Vitamin E for extra anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits by detoxing the skin of free radicals.

Liposomal Marine Collagen Zooki

By hydrolysing collagen into separate collagen peptides, Collagen Zooki expertly breaks down large collagen molecules and dissolves them into the body for greater cartilage regeneration and skin protection.

Liposomal Glutathione Zooki

Glutathione contains high levels of riboflavin (Vitamin B2, contributing to the maintenance of normal cell growth and the function of cellular mitochondria.)

Liposomal Vitamin C Zooki

Vitamin C Zooki is a potent antioxidant that is extremely effective at protecting the body against air pollution and other environmental stressors that causes signs of premature ageing.

Liposomal Vitamin D Zooki

This delicious berry flavoured supplement contains liposomal Vitamin K2 (menaquinone) which optimises bone health and energy production in the cell’s mitochondria.

Omega 3 Fish Oil Zooki

YourZooki Omega 3 is an effective fish oil that supports your skin barrier and reduces inflammation.


These Turmeric Supplements are Dermoi Approved

Containing a massive 750mg of curcumin complex, Turmeric Zooki is one of the best turmeric supplements on the market today.

Here are the key benefits:

  • Micellar Curcumin formula increases bioavailability with greater curcumin absorption
  • Intensely fights inflammation, free radicals and UV damage
  • Vitamin E lowers the risk of heart disease and improves blood pressure
  • Helps protect the immune system, fights chronic diseases due to stabilised bioavailability
  • Reduces risk of type 2 diabetes with vitamin D and C
  • Uses only 100% natural ingredients
  • Sugar-free, Gluten-free, Soy-free, Dairy-free, vegan
  • Yellower coloured, light tangerine flavour and can be taken on the go

So if your skin feels dull or you suffer from inflammation, then use Turmeric Zooki to neutralise free radicals and also help regulate your immune system to better treat inflammation. Always seek medical advice and consult a registered dietitian if you have any adverse side effects.

Author: Naeem Ali


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