Supporting Joint Health with Curcumin, Ginger, Vitamin C & Vitamin D
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The history of curcumin goes back thousands of years, yet interest has rocketed recently, with more than 6000 articles published in the last two decades and over 65 clinical trials carried out on its use in chronic diseases. Once best known as a constituent of the popular spice turmeric, curcumin is now hitting the headlines for the rapidly expanding list of health benefits it has to offer.
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