NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold Review – Insane Quality?

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According to the NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold reviews posted by customers, it has been an insanely beneficial product.

Many praise it for having helped with a wide variety of different conditions like Arthritis, Crohn’s, Multiple sclerosis, and others. Others say that it has helped tremendously with pain relief when Ibuprofen couldn’t. People really love it a lot.

So, in this article, we will assess the supplement in full.

Hence, the idea is to be no extension of the manufacturer’s marketing or other similar nonsense. This is all going to be about what I feel is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. And we’ll do that in assessing for marketing, ingredients, side effects (additives), customer feedback, and pricing. We’ll do it the truth-seeking way.

Marketing | Discounted Price, 10%-Off, Customer Reviews, Nothing Else

According to the manufacturer, the NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold is “Non-GMO verified, Tru-ID® certified, most clinically-proven, patented Curcumin C3® Complex with BioPerine® black pepper to support joint, liver, colon, skin, brain, eye, and metabolic health.” So, it sounds very good [R].

In terms of the information that the product page provides, it’s absolutely massive. But it’s so well-structured that it isn’t overwhelming in any way.

NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold ReviewTo that end, it’s so different from supplements like the Organixx Turmeric 3D (review). Furthermore, it uses marketing very sparingly.

I mean, sure, it’s got what seems to be an always discounted price. It offers a 10% discount if we subscribe to their newsletter. And there’s even a section for NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold reviews. Yet there is so much more that they could have done if they chose to. But they didn’t.

As far as claimed benefits go, the supplement promises only what we did already touch upon. Meaning, it’s said to aid joint, liver, colon health, as well as improve skin, eye, brain, and metabolic health.

As for free-of claims, the NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold doesn’t do it like the GNC Turmeric Curcumin (review). This one has third-party certification for Non-GMO, Kosher, and Vegan. On top of that, it’s also TRU-ID certified and Gluten-Free, Corn-Free, Soy-Free, Milk-Free, Shellfish-Free, Egg-Free, Peanut-Free.

I mean, it’s absolutely dope as far as all the marketing materials go. But is it actually worth investing in?

Ingredients | To Review These, NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold Is Great

There are a ton of different ways Turmeric Curcumin supplements can be done in. I mean, there’s the option to go 100% Turmeric like with the Jarrow Formulas Curcumin 95 (review). Others prefer to have a little Black Pepper in there as well like the Bio Schwartz Turmeric Curcumin (review). Whereas others more choose patented Curcumin formulations like in the Kyolic Curcumin (review).

NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold Ingredients (Supplement Facts)The NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold is both the second and the third approach.

So, per serving (one capsule), the supplement of this review offers 500 milligrams of Curcumin C3 Complex Turmeric Extract (standardized to 95% Curcuminoids) coupled with 2.5 milligrams of BioPerine Black Pepper Extract. Here’s to elaborate on that.

Curcumin C3 Complex is a patented extract of Turmeric (Curcumin formulation) standardized to 95% Curcuminoids. This means that 95% of the total mass are Curcuminoids, and the Curcuminoid contents in this consist of Curcumin, Demethoxycurcumin, and Bisdemethoxycurcumin in their natural proportions for the highest benefit [R, R, R, R]

In other words, it’s basically the best way how to do 95% Curcuminoids. Whereas the more Curcuminoids, the better since these are the compounds typically associated with all the Turmeric benefits. To that end, those would be two capsules or 1000 milligrams of the formulation [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

At that amount, all of the claimed benefits are definitely possible. Furthermore, this can also help to slow down aging, heal pain, improve detoxification, combat obesity, fight off diabetes, ease depression, lower cholesterol levels, reduce the risk of heart disease, protect against metal toxicity, and have other powerful benefits [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

Black Pepper Is A Great Way Of Augmenting The SpiceNow, another important aspect of Turmeric Curcumin supplementation is the means of augmenting absorption. Because by themselves, the Curcuminoids are absorbed very poorly. Hence, what we need is a way of augmenting that [R, R, R, R].

While there are a couple of different ways to achieve that, adding some Black Pepper is arguably the easiest. In fact, an addition like that improves Curcuminoid absorption 20-fold. Hence, a lot more value for the money. Plus, there’s a patented version of that here called BioPerine [RR].

Then, another thing that we have to look at is manufacturing quality. And let me just say that the NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold does it in a way that I love to see every manufacturer do.

I mean, they don’t just third-party test the Curcumin supplement for purity, potency, and safety. They also are 100% fully transparent about it. We get to access certificates of analysis and see every measurement of what it is that they have tested. I mean, this is the ideal way.

Side Effects | It Has Only Two Additives & These Won’t Cause Trouble

Side effects are the product of additives. And additives are somewhat crucial ingredients in by far (almost all) supplements, medicine, and processed food out there. Because without them, the formation of capsules, pills, tablets, etc., or their specific qualities would not be possible. Without them, much of today’s processed food would not be possible.

Thus, in many ways, they are helpful and necessary. However, we can definitely go wrong with them as not all of them are healthy or even okay to consume despite the fact that they have supposedly been approved for use by the appropriate authorities.

To illustrate that point, we have something like the Qunol Liquid Turmeric (review) that uses Potassium Sorbate. And this is a substance commonly used as a preservative to help preserve freshness. But at the same time, in research, it has been shown to have the capacity to damage our DNA [RRRRRRRRR].

Cellulose Is Present In All Kinds Of VegetablesBut that’s just one example. There are plenty of them out there. Still, the main question is what the supplement of this review uses. So?

Well, the NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold does this in a very good way. It uses two different ingredients. Plant Cellulose and Rice Concentrate. NutriGold also explains that Plant Cellulose consists of Hypromellose and Purified Water. Thus, actually three ingredients.

Hypromellose comes with a few different names (HPMC or Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose). In its essence, it is a substance derived from Cellulose. And Cellulose is an extremely fine substance to consume since we primarily do so when eating fruits and vegetables. Whereas the HPMC is a slightly different version of that. Still, it’s beneficial [RRRRRRR].

The same can be said about Purified Water. I mean, it doesn’t require a rocket scientist to understand that Water is extremely helpful for us. Granted, drink an ocean and it won’t be. But that’s true for any ingredient [RRRR].

Lastly, Rice Concentrate is a common ingredient to replace Silicon Dioxide. The former feels to me like a more quality option but the latter is definitely fine, too. Either way, the rice concentrate won’t have any potential side effects. In fact, it can cause some positives [R, R, R].

Reviews | Customer Feedback Has Been Amazing For This Supplement

Many supplements these days have a dedicated customer feedback section on the manufacturer’s page. The Gaia Turmeric Supreme (review) and the Nature’s Bounty Turmeric (review) are classic examples of that. And the supplement of this review is no different.

NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold ReviewsTo that end, on the manufacturer’s page, we can find a total of 7 NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold reviews. All of these are positive five-star ratings with comments. But they won’t be very useful for truth-seeking purposes because these can be easily manipulated, edited, adjusted by the manufacturer.

Hence, I did some digging by all the third-party sellers and retailers I could find.

In total, I managed to find 532 NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold customer reviews. Of these, 479 were positive and 53 were negative. Meaning, we’re at a 90.0% global success rate right now. Namely, 9 out of every 10 people loved it.

So, naturally, there are a ton of people who absolutely swear by it. But what about those who do not?

Some people encountered stomach upsets. But typically it was the case of either of two reasons. NutriGold uses a glass bottle, and many found theirs to be shattered upon arrival when ordering through Amazon. For the other group, it was the case of the supplement simply not helping (not improving their situation or pain relief) at all.

Pricing | NutriGold Curcumin Offers Frankly Insane Value For The Price

When researching, I managed to find a couple of NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold reviews that said that the supplement is really expensive. One of them went even as far as to say that the price is outrageous. But is it really? Here’s the math.

So, per container (60 servings), the NutriGold Turmeric typically costs $17.24. That’s about $0.29 for every serving. Namely, that’s 57.5 cents for every 1000 milligrams of 95% Curcuminoids.

And that’s actually an insanely good price. Here are a few examples to illustrate that point.

It Is Actually Such A Bargain If We Are RealisticLet’s take something like the Me First Living Turmeric Curcumin (review). This one typically costs $26.95 for a bottle. With 30 servings, that’s about 90.0 cents for every 1000 milligrams of 95% Curcuminoids. Hence, it’s above 50% more expensive.

I mean, sure, both have good additives. Both offer good success rates and third-party testing for purity. And, yes, Me First Living uses Organic ingredients. But it doesn’t have any third-party certifications as the NutriGold does. And the former is not nearly as transparent either.

Personally, between the two, I don’t think that the price difference justifies buying the Me First Living option.

Another supplement to compare the NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold to would be the Kirkland Turmeric (review). It typically prices at $42.99 for a container of 240 capsules. Which is the equivalent of 35.8 cents for every 1000 milligrams of 95% Curcuminoids. Hence, Kirkland is some 40% cheaper.

Still, I don’t think it makes sense going for it over the NutriGold. I mean, sure, both have good additives, good beneficial ingredients, third-party testing. But Kirkland has no other third-party certifications. Plus, even with the third-party testing, the brand has been caught sometimes not containing Turmeric at all.

Thus, while there definitely are more affordable 95% Curcuminoids options, none pursues quality quite like the NutriGold.

Ranking | Where Does This Turmeric Curcumin Rank (In 2022)?

NutriCology CurcuWIN Now Foods CurcuBrainNutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold

Natrol Extra Strength TurmericNatureWise Curcumin Me First Living Turmeric Curcumin

Overall | It Is A Truly Awesome One & It Brings Tons Of Quality

If we look at most supplement manufacturers out there, they promise us the world in terms of quality. Yet rarely do they have anything to actually show for that. Not NutriGold. NutriGold has everything to attest to the kind of quality it subscribes to. And I genuinely love this brand for it.

So, with the NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold, we have everything. I mean, it’s got great Curcuminoid amounts. It offers Black Pepper to augment that absorption and maximize benefits. We’ve got great additives.

I Would Just Get This SupplementAnd then, there are also all kinds of third-party certifications and third-party testing. Great success rates and absolutely reasonable price.

My point being, there isn’t anything to really list by the negatives. I mean, sure, we could complain that it doesn’t use the extremely powerful patented Curcumin formulations. But the way I see it, that’s splitting hairs and trying to find a flaw where there isn’t one.

I mean, if I were to ever formulate a 95% Curcuminoids Turmeric Curcumin supplement, NutriGold is how I would do it. Hence, (out of avoid it, consider it, shortlist it, buy it) I would recommend just buying this one.

If, by any chance, you are interested in what else is out there or if there are any more powerful Curcumin options, I would propose looking into the one that I’m using daily. Here’s my full review of it.

Above all, I hope this NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold review helped you find the information you were looking for. If you have any thoughts or questions, I’m just a comment away. And do feel free to leave your own personal reviews on the product as well.

22 thoughts on “NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold Review – Insane Quality?”

  1. 🌈🌈

    Hi Matiss,

    FANTASTIC AS USUAL!

    Great update from your original article a few years ago on NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold. I have been using Nutrigold for a few years now, ever since 2019 when I stumbled across your website Heatjknight.com.

    Although the two brands below are more “powerful in their formulation”, as far as the research on curcumin is concerned:
    1. NutriCology CurcuWIN
    2. Now Curcubrain
    I still prefer Nutrigold.

    Somehow my body feels the immediate effect/ benefit from the Nutrigold brand.
    A Side Note:
    I still take Now Curcubrain every so often because I “know” it is a more powerful and effective formulation in the long run. But I Cannot consume the NutriCology CurcuWIN because it triggers migraine and cluster headaches).

    As usual, thank you for publishing articles that improve my overall health and wellbeing. If there is a “Health Hall of Fame”, you should be inducted into it. 😇

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    • Hey, Joe!

      I’ve been learning. And I’m actually lately not so sure that CurcuWIN is necessarily the better option. I mean, yes, 500 milligrams of CurcuWIN is better than 500 milligrams of 95% Curcuminoids plus Black Pepper. However, it seems to me that the latter twice (namely, 1000 milligrams) is better than the former once (500 milligrams).

      My point being, if you’re taking NutriGold (two capsules daily), you’re not really missing out on anything. Thus, ultimately, I don’t think that it matters enough to only ever go for CurcuWIN or Longvida. Sure, the improved absorption is great but we can adjust for that with other Curcumin formulations. Namely, it doesn’t matter how good it is if there’s just not enough or it there.

      What I mean is, I recently looked at the Solgar Full Spectrum Curcumin, again. And it uses the NovaSOL formulation which has 185-fold increase in absorption [R].

      The study assessing that compared 500 milligrams of simple Curcuminoids and 500 milligrams of NovaSOL Curcuminoids, making it all about Curcuminoids.

      But since only 7% of NovaSOL are Curcuminoids, people were effectively consuming about 7 grams of NovaSOL in that study. With the Solgar supplement, we get only about one-tenth of that per capsule.

      Meaning, if we take the number of Curcuminoids and the improved absorption, it doesn’t actually even measure up to the value of one capsule of Nutrigold (per Curcuminoid Absorption Efficiency Factor or CAEF).

      Plus, Nutrigold doesn’t have bad additives, is third-party tested, and has all kinds of third-party certifications.

      Personally, I’m still doing CurcuWIN. But in the light of this recently found knowledge, we’ll see. Maybe I will be updating that top recommendation.

      The words are too kind, my man! I wholeheartedly appreciate it. And while I’m at it, I’m grateful for all the comments you’ve left. They help with the search engine algorithms a ton. <3

      Cheers,
      Matiss

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  2. Are there other brands of Tumeric that are equal in quality? Using foods and spices to benefit from the healing properties can be seen as “new-age” or “hippy” but it is common sense.  If we eat bad food, with no health benefits, pay the consequences in the form of diseases.  The opposite thought process is easily applied to foods that promote health.

    I really liked how you broke it all down. This is hands down the most thorough supplement review I’ve ever read. To me, it felt like you didn’t hold back at all. And that is why it’s so good.

    Personally, the section on NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin reviews I probably enjoyed the most. A section like that saves so much time. My point is, I don’t have to go and actually research them. You have it all summarized for us.

    Thank you for all your work. :)

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    • Hey, Jay!

      Yeah, I agree with that. It’s common sense. Which isn’t that common for some reason. But, for sure, it’s just the same spice. Well, it’s more concentrated than what we would typically find in the raw stuff. But it’s the same. It’s just put into capsules and made extremely easy to consume even if the person doesn’t like spice otherwise.

      Thank you for the kind words. They really mean a lot. And, indeed, I do try to be as thorough as I possibly can. Thank you for appreciating that. :)

      Cheers,
      Matiss

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    • Hey, Christie!

      That’s a project still on-going.
      If you’re okay with that, I can shoot you a short email when I post it.

      Let me know,
      Cheers,
      Matiss

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  3. Hi Matiss,

    Thank you for such an elaborate review! I came across your review on BioSchwartz tumeric supplement, which lead me to this review about Nutrigold.

    I do have a few questions that I didn’t find the answers to. Are there any studies that reflect how these tumeric supplements can affect us long-term, positive or negative? Is this something where our bodies will start getting used to the regular, daily dosage and we will eventually need to increase the dosage over time? Or is it similar to St. John’s Wart in the sense that you can only take it for a limited amount of time?

    Thank you very much for your time and your insight! I’m very grateful 😄💖

    ~ Gina

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    • Hey, Gina!

      I think many of the answers you seek are held by this article here (with references to the studies and everything). The article is primarily on a specific patented curcumin formulation but falls back on the general research for Turmeric Curcumin as well.

      In short, every single long-term study on Turmeric Curcumin that I’ve ever come across has been of a positive outcome. That said, there are certain side-effects that a select number of people can encounter if they go for seriously high doses. Nothing major but still worth noting.

      Overall, it’s definitely not something that we are limited to take only for a limited amount of time. I feel the studies on toxicity do approve that. Meaning, it doesn’t become toxic with time.

      And to that end, I’m tempted to say that neither does it lose its efficacy. I haven’t explored this notion too much. However, in all the studies that I’ve gone over, I don’t recall a single one stating something along the lines of “there was a drop of efficiency after X time of regular use.”

      But I feel that’s definitely worth looking into. In time an article likely.

      I hope that helps, even if just a little bit, Gina!

      Cheers, and Have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam/Seize the moment,
      Matiss

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  4. Matiss,
    Do you take payment, in any form, from the manufacturers or sellers of the products you review? I am not trying to be insulting but a large portion of the positive product reviews for supplements on Amazon have often shown to be from people that were compensated in some way. Compensated reviews mean nothing because they start out being biased by the compensation. I have been trying hard to find a reliable, trusted source for Turmeric/Curcumin supplements. There seem to be more brands that you can’t trust than there are that you can.

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    • Hey, Bob!

      No, that’s not offensive at all. If anything, that’s a great question.

      I mean, “in any form” that’s something that can afford a truly wide interpretation. But to answer the question… Well, not really. Not in sense, that I or any other authors would be tempted to essentially advertise for a particular supplement regardless of what it contained, or how it’s manufactured, or based on any other aspect we tend to evaluate.

      We recommend supplements only based on our own ideas, evaluations, assessments. What we, based on the best current truth, see as solid (good, great, or best), only that we recommend. Whereas if there will ever be a review or an article that a manufacturer or a seller will get us to do, you’ll know about it; we’ll disclose that fully. But those will likely be a last resort type of things if it all goes south and we need to keep our nose above the water. So, I wouldn’t say, “never.” But you’ll know, we’ll make sure that you know.

      In that regard, the whole idea behind Health Knight (our very core) is to always seek the best truth and embrace it even if that’s not particularly convenient (for example, even if that would get us a huge monetary reward or otherwise work as a large bonus). To that end, you’re absolutely right, Bob. There is no use of reviews that get bought and are not about the truth or genuinely expanding the knowledge and awareness of their readers. Those make no sense.

      But as we do need a form of earning revenue to keep fulfilling this mission, we use the affiliate marketing model. This is what “fully-reader supported” stands for. It means that the only source of income that the website receives is that which is associated with affiliation related purchases. Meaning, if someone makes a purchase through the links we provide, we get a small cut of the revenue that the manufacturer makes (commission). It’s a commission, by the way, that you don’t have to pay for (again, it’s a cut out of the manufacturer’s revenue). And that helps us to be completely independent in terms of the conclusions we make about any particular supplement.

      Or to put it in another way, given the vastness of affiliate programs, we are not bound by or tied to any one seller or manufacturer. We go out there, do our evaluations, and do our best to look for solid supplements that truly can provide value to people’s health and well-being. And then we find someone (with the tendency for the best deals to our readers) who’s willing to give a cut of their revenue to us if someone purchases the supplement through our link. And does so only when that is appropriate to him or her. We’re not about “forcing” anyone.

      Meaning, you can easily take advantage of the content we put out, and never use our links to make the purchases. Find them on the internet on your own if that feels more appropriate to you. Whereas even if you do use our links to make a purchase, you’ll still never have to pay anything additional. Essentially the manufacturers or the sellers will pay for that (this is why I like to think of them as donations you don’t have to fund).

      Other times those links will grant you an extra discount like it is typically the case with products on iHerb. But, as long as I’m the owner of Health Knight, we will never adjust reviews to fit some kind of manufacturer’s reward plan or publish such reviews that we feel are not based on the best truth at any given time. And I’m not an idealist or completely delusional; I’m very open to the fact that we might not get it perfect 100% of the time, but we sure as hell intend to.

      I hope that answers your question. If not, I’ll be happy to clarify any confusing parts or further questions you may have.

      Other than that, I couldn’t possibly agree more on that last sentence. So, so true.

      Cheers, and have a truly Great One!
      Carpe minutam/Seize the moment,
      Matiss

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  5. Matiss,

    I just wanted to thank you for all the personal e-mails and setting me straight (in a positive way) on the one I ordered to the one you have dug deep into and suggested and explained why you are suggesting this and the difference between the two. I did just order NutriGold Turmeric Curcumin Gold. I can’t wait to start taking it. I understand it can take some time to fully work in my system, but I appreciate all the information you have given and put time and energy into to help us consumers who have NO idea what they can get away with.

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    • Hey, Heather!

      From the bottom of my heart, I appreciate the hearty comment. And thank you, it really made my day. :)
      As for all the help, don’t mention it, I’m happy to. <3

      And yes, it can take some time. That said in time, if you get a chance, let me know how it goes.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam/Seize the moment,
      Matiss

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    • Hey, Joe!

      I’m beyond excited hearing that the article left that impression on you.
      Truly made my day. :)

      Cheers, and have a Great, Joe!
      Carpe minutam/Seize the moment,
      Matiss

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  6. This is a very informative review Matiss. I’m so happy to learn I can assist in the reduction of heavy metal toxicity with the Tumeric Curcumin Gold. Recently I had a hair analysis sample and all the minerals my body needs to function were low and all the metals we don’t want in the system were high! The mercury level was off the chart! I’ve been quite stressed out about this – I’m adjusting my diet and having a greater awareness around supplements and what I can do to create a balance in my system. I’m amazed this product can help and I look forward to seeing how it works for me! Thank you so much for your outstanding and informative reviews!

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    • Hey, Karsha!

      Your words are too kind. I feel there are no words in the English language to express my gratitude properly.
      Thank you, thank you, thank you.

      But above all, I’m glad that the article proved to be really insightful and resourceful.
      Much success in getting those mercury levels back in check.

      Cheers, and have a Healthy One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

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  7. Thanks for a very thorough review of Nutrigold Turmeric Curcumin Gold.

    You asked for anything that could be added to your already excellent review and I have a suggestion for you. Could you make it clear right at the start what the supplement is for (its benefits)? As I read the article thoroughly I saw mention of joint, cognitive, and liver health benefits but it would be great if that was spelled out right at the start :)

    I can see clearly that the supplement is all about beneficial turmeric, and that’s not something I’ve really come across before. I use turmeric in cooking Indian food it’s interesting to see that it may have health benefits on top of adding flavor to spicy dishes.

    Some of the other benefits you mention are also encouraging, this product really does have the potential to improve health significantly. Thanks also for the sources you reference, it’s great to see the health benefits claimed backed up by reputable data.

    All in all, an excellent piece of work and you’ve definitely convinced me that Nutrigold Turmeric Curcumin Gold is worth trying out.

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    • Hey, Les!

      Thank you for your kind words. I’m really happy the article proved to be insightful.
      And thank you for the suggestion. It’s something I will try experimenting with in the near future. I appreciate it. <3

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

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  8. I didn’t know that curcuminoids are the actual substances that provide all the benefits, not the Turmeric itself. Here I thought because I added a lot of turmeric to my food that I was getting all the benefits.

    But looking at the fact that curcuminoids can slow down aging improve detoxification, ease depression, lower cholesterol levels help with pain, combat obesity and help with diabetes, among other marvelous benefits it is maybe a better idea to get a supplement like this Nutrigold one.

    I just hope that it is well absorbed by the body, and it doesn’t just pass through.

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    • Hey, Michel!

      I’m really glad the article proved to be insightful.
      95% standardized for Curcuminoids is what they use in most studies. Thus, the benefits should be there. Therefore, I feel there is no reason for worries with this one. :)

      Cheers, and have a Great One!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

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  9. Wow! Thanks for taking your time to review this Nutrigold turmeric culcumin gold. Its very informative and detailed. Firstly, I like the fact that they are harmless by making use of only two additives which is very rare to see. The ingredients seem very safe for vegans like me. I’m also convinced by the level of scrutiny and testing that its subjected to in order to ascertain its potency which is a good turn on for a supplement.

    I wouldn’t mind giving this a trial and hopefully, I will stick to it. Thanks for the insight.

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    • Hey, Darrick!

      I’m hyped you enjoyed the article. <3
      And thank you for the kind words, they truly mean a lot.

      If you get a chance, let me know how it goes!

      Cheers, and have a Great One, Darrick!
      Carpe minutam,
      Matiss

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