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Turmeric with Bioprene Review

Can you tell me if the claims are true for a product called Turmeric with Bioprene?
It’s advertised by “Chris” of “The Paleo Secret” which may be part of Lexicon Health.

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1 comment on “Turmeric with Bioprene Review”

  1. Ray Wertheim, MD says:

    There is extensive research on a range of uses for Turmeric. I take it for inflammation and it works great. The bioperine is a black pepper derivative that increases absorption of the Turmeric. Fat also helps with the absorption. Do a Google search to find reputable medical studies on Curcumin/Turmeric. Getting the correct dose is important and may require some trial and error. I use Doctor’s Best Curcumin and I use the 1000 mg tabs which I take in the am and pm. I buy it on Amazon.com and take the time to read the reviews.

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