Join the #Curcumin Twitter Chat! November 6, 2PM  ET

Join the #Curcumin Twitter Chat! November 6, 2PM ET

You've heard about curcumin, the constituent of the turmeric root responsible for its bold orange color and healthy inflammation benefits, but did you know that curcumin's benefits are only available if the "curcuminoids" can be accessed by the body's tissues? Join us as we explore turmeric-phytosomes and curcumin delivery forms maximizing curcumin's biavailabilty and its support for joint health with our sponsor Indena, makers of MERIVA® and @NewHope360 for the #Curcumin Twitter Chat.

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Most of us have heard about curcumin, the constituent of the turmeric root responsible for it's bold orange color and healthy inflamation benefits, but did you know that curcumin's benefits are only available if it's "curcuminoids" can be accessed by the body's tissues? There are varying ingredient formulations designed to improve this absorption rate, one of which is MERIVA® Bioavailable Turmeric-Phytosome.

Join us as we explore turmeric-phytosomes and curcumin delivery forms maximizing curcumin's bioavailability and its support for joint health with our sponsor Indena, makers of MERIVA® and @NewHope360  for the #Curcumin Twitter Chat.

Date: November 6, 2014 

Time: 2 p.m. ET/ 11 a.m. PT Add the Twitterchat to your calendar!

 

We'll chat about: 

  • How does curcumin target joint health?
  • Are there varying ways of improving bioavailabilithy?
  • What are phytosomes and how do they help absorption?
  • How do I choose what supplements to take or recommend?
  • What is the science behind turmeric's benefits for joint health?
  • Is the science specific to the delivery form?
  • If the science shows joint health benefits, can we use the same product for other conditions?

Make sure to mark your calendar for answers to these questions and more.

Share this event with your Twitter community!

Date: November 6, 2014

Time: 2 p.m. EST

Hashtag: #Curcumin

Never attended a Twitter Chat before?

1. Log in to Twitter or create a Twitter profile if you don't have one yet.


 

2. Log into our Twitter Chat Room. Or you can choose to follow the hashtag #Curcumin on your mobile phone or Twitter app.

3. Once in our Twitter Chat Room, type your comments (less than 140 characters) and hit Update. The #Cucumin hashtag will already be included, so no need to type it!

4. Hit the Reply arrow to reply to someone and the Forward arrow to retweet what someone else has said.

5. New tweets will appear at the top of the chat. Keep in mind that questions and comments you tweet may not be answered right away. Allow time for all participants to respond and for tweets to appear in the chat.

Questions? Tweet us @newhope360 or leave them in the comments.

Special thanks to our sponsor Indena and their ongoing to commitment to science and health. Ask them questions directly on Novemeber 6.

 

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