Curcumin’s anti-inflammatory properties have been shown to treat several illnesses, such as diabetes mellitus. Because traditional curcumin has an effect on other cell signaling pathways, the anti-inflammatory benefits of curcumin are only partly related to the anti-oxidative process.
There have been attempts to create a new curcumin formulation, and also to investigate a new way of administering it for increased tissue distribution and absorption. Researchers have now found a solution to this problem: liposomal curcumin.
But is it better than traditional curcumin or not? Well, let’s find out!
What is Liposomal Curcumin, and what are its benefits?
Curcumin, a small-soluble polyphenol pigment known as curcumin, is found in Indian turmeric (Curcumalonga). It has been shown to have medical benefits.
It is also anti-inflammatory because it can reduce oxidative stress, and act as a scavenger molecular.
Liposomal Curcumin is a liposomal formulation that contains curcumin. It is thought to have anti-inflammatory, antiangiogenic, anticancer and antineoplastic potential.
A study showed that liposomal curcumin plasma significantly increased levels of C-peptide. Liposomal curcumin plasma can be used as a preventative for diabetes mellitus.