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She believes an Italian curcumin product, marketed here as Turmeric , containing soy lecithin, which studies have shown is 29 times better absorbed in the bloodstream, could resolve these difficulties.
She hopes to get funding for trials using this formulation. Adam Cleevely, managing director of Future You, which has the distribution rights to Turmeric , says the company is in talks with universities, including Leicester, to get more human research studies set up.
Curcumin has been linked to a host of benefits, including for heart disease, infection, depression and dementia. A 2016 review, published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, found there is scientific evidence to support the use of turmeric extract in treating arthritis.
The process causes bone damage, intense pain, fatigue and nerve damage. Most people who develop it do not live beyond five years of diagnosis.
‘When you review her chart, there’s no alternative explanation [for her recovery] other than we’re seeing a response to curcumin,’ Jamie Cavenagh, professor of blood diseases at London’s Barts Hospital, said And yet there is good evidence ‘the biological activity’ of curcumin is ‘real’, according to Julie Ryan, a cancer specialist at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York.