Micha Margalit, an Israeli publicist and writer in one of Israel’s leading newspapers, shared his personal experience in lowering cholesterol with Curcumall®. The article, was titled “Curcumall® & Cholesterol – A Personal Experiment” was first published in September 2011 and was republished in January 2012 in the news site israelnow.co.il
This is a translation of the original article
“It started when a routine check-up with the family doctor showed that my cholesterol level was 229. I am a generally healthy person, do not take medication, take vitamins, eat healthy, mostly vegetarian, do a lot of sports, generally lean with over 60 years of life and joy in our world. Cholesterol level 229? me??? I asked myself, and the answer I got from the mirror was that cholesterol and I were not friends.
As my profession is a publicist, I made a decision: I would be a volunteer, which means a guinea pig of Curcumall. As Curcumall was indicating, among other things, its ability to help lower cholesterol.
To be as scientific as possible in the experiment, I did not change any of the food, sports and vitamins that I took before the addition of Curcumall to my life, so that if the situation will get better, or worse, it would only be due to the addition of the Curcumall. I took the recommended amount and sometimes took even more than recommended.
More than six months have passed since the experiment. I zealously obeyed the rules I set for myself despite a few times that I forgot to take. Anxious and trembling, I went to take blood tests, since, to my knowledge, numbers do not lie. The following are the results of my tests- the numbers speak for themselves and you can see for yourself:
|Date of Lab Test||Cholesterol Level|
|Jan 10 2011||229||Original Test|
|Apr 13 2011||189|
|May 26 2011||168|
Now that Curcumall has proven to lower cholesterol, I feel that in addition to being a publicist, it is my duty to recommend Curcumall as a unique liquid turmeric extract that has been proven in numbers and not just words.
P.S. It seems to me, although I cannot prove this with numbers that while taking Curcumall, that my memory became sharper.”
How do turmeric and curcumin actually lower cholesterol?
Scientists believe that curcumin lowers cholesterol in a few ways:
- Curcumin attaches to cholesterol and prevents its ability to pass from the bowel to the rest of the body, where it can do harm
- Curcumin helps in keeping cholesterol levels under control by assisting the liver in eliminating excess cholesterol
- Not only does curcumin have an overall beneficial effect on cholesterol, it is also able to specifically increase HDL levels (the “good” cholesterol) and reduce LDL (the “bad” cholesterol)
- Another therapeutic action linked to curcumin is that it helps in thinning the blood, which prevents blood clots from forming in the arteries and lowers the risk of having a heart attack.
Read more about turmeric and cholesterol in this article.
Control Cholesterol Level with Curcumall®
One challenge with curcumin supplements is proper absorption, this is why the bioavailability is an issue. It is difficult for your body to absorb enough of the nutrient to make a difference, particularly in capsule form.
Curcumall® is a specialized liquid extract of Turmeric and Curcumin C3 that offers more free curcumin at the cellular level. Curcumall® is easier to ingest than any pill, is highly concentrated and readily absorbed.
Moreover, each serving contains 500mg of active patented curcuminoids and turmeric root extract.Patients who used Curcumall® on a regular basis (twice daily) reported a significant drop in their cholesterol levels.Click To Tweet