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Managing Stress with Adaptogens Mr. Shaheen Majeed, President-Worldwide, Sabinsa explains how, “Adaptogens actually help to balance adrenal function by calming and nourishing the adrenal glands, and thus counteracting the adverse effects of stress — i.e. increased blood sugar and cholesterol levels, weight gain, elevated blood pressure, etc.,
As curcumin demand increases, Sabinsa parent company opens new extraction facility As curcumin demand increases, Sabinsa parent company opens new extraction facility – The new facility will be exclusively used for curcumin extraction, according to the company, increasing production of Curcumin C3 Complex to 25 tons from a previous capacity of 6 tons. The facility units are spread across five acres in Dabaspet, near Bangalore, India. News featured in Nutra Ingredients USA.
Ward off the heat M/s. Anju Majeed, Sr. Scientist at Sami Labs tells you how to keep cool this summer
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Cocoing it right M/s. Anju Majeed, Sr. Scientist at Sami Labs explains the beauty benefits of coconut water
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HEAT UP, COOL DOWN Pearl Mathias from Afternoon Despatch & Courier, Mumbai interacts with Anju Majeed, Sr. Scientist, Sami Labs and tells you why and how herbs and spices can bring you cooling relief this season
R&D Driving Growth of Pharma Sector Mr. Shaheen Majeed, Director, Sami-Sabinsa Group highlights the impact of ICT on the group’s growth in conversation with Elets News Network (ENN)
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R&D Driving Growth of Pharma Sector Foreseeing huge potential in the healthcare sector across the globe, Sami Group continues to draw its strength from R&D, launching innovative nutraceutical and cosmeceutical products that meet global standards. Shaheen Majeed, Director of Sami-Sabinsa Group, highlights the impact of ICT on the group’s growth in conversation with Rajbala of Elets News Network (ENN)
How Much SPF Do You Need in Your Sunscreen? Sun Protection Factor, more popularly known as SPF, is a measure of how well a sunscreen can protect the skin from harmful UVB radiations. Experimentally, it is the ratio of amount of light that induces redness in sunscreen-protected skin, to the amount of light that induces redness in unprotected skin.
Health & Wellness As an Ambassador of Ayurveda, Dr Muhammed Majeed, the founder Chairman of SABINSA group of Companies revived in the form of standaedixed extracts & revealed its magnificent power of rendering good health to the Americans. It is in this context the even Americans started rocognizing the potential of Ayurveda and designated it as Alternative medicine.
Information shared by Dr. Majeed Curcumin is a pro nutrient. The biological effects of Curcumin is mainly due to its metabolites. Based on today’s scientific knowledge there are five active metabolites and two inactive metabolites. Interestingly many of the Curcumin products in the market that claims higher bio availability is talking about the biologically inactive components, curcumin sulphate and Curcumin glucuronide. So it is not bio availability that is a problem and it is the clear understanding of what body does to Curcumin and what Curcumin does to the body.
Health Experts Identify Best Foods to Fight Swelling and Pain of Arthritis Curcumin is the active ingredient of turmeric and is believed to be the source of the spice’s therapeutic benefits. Those who want to take advantage of the natural healing properties of turmeric may use curcumin. Experts recommend combining a black pepper extract with curcumin, as it is believed to be very helpful in improving the body’s capacity to absorb nutrients.
Sabinsa Raises Forecasts for Curcumin as New Formulas, Dosage Forms, and Breakthrough Science Expand the Opportunities Scientists from Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, Masshad University of Medical Sciences, Iran, and the University of Western Australia studied the role of Curcumin C3 Complex-BioPerine, in managing dyslipidemia in 100 Met S patients, only to re-emphasize its potential as one the most important nutraceuticals for general wellness and good health. Results from this clinical study revealed that Curcuminoids were more effective than placebo in reducing serum LDL-C, non-HDL-C, total cholesterol, triglycerides and Lp(a), and elevating HDL-C concentrations (Panahi et al., 2014). CURCUMIN C3 COMPLEX® – BIOPERINE® COMBINATION IS AN EFFICACIOUS ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH Met S AND CAN MODIFY SERUM LIPID CONCENTRATIONS BEYOND WHAT IS ACHIEVED WITH STANDARD OF CARE.
Curcumin’s ability to fight Alzheimer’s studied Curcumin has demonstrated ability to enter the brain, bind and destroy the beta-amyloid plaques present in Alzheimer’s with reduced toxicity,” said Wellington Pham, Ph.D., assistant professor of Radiology and Radiological Sciences and Biomedical Engineering at Vanderbilt.
Why Turmeric is My Favorite Rhizome aka Get Your Curry On Turmeric is being touted as an anti-aging remedy due to its anti-inflammatory properties as well as its effects on cognition and memory. One recent study (published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition) found that adding one gram of turmeric to breakfast improved the working memory of men and women for at least 6 hours after it was consumed.
Curcumin’s ability to fight Alzheimer’s studied Curcumin, a natural product found in the spice turmeric, has been used by many Asian cultures for centuries, and a new study indicates a close chemical analog of curcumin has properties that may make it useful as a treatment for the brain disease.
Mood Medicine: 3 Unexpected Foods That Can Enhance Your Mood Who hasn’t, at one point or another, battled with depression? That unmistakable energy-zapping, soul-crushing and utterly unpleasant state. In these uncertain times of economic failure, joblessness and threats to home and food security, it’s no wonder rates of depression are on the rise. But before relying on risky pharmaceutical antidepressants, consider food-based solutions instead.
Is depression an allergic reaction? In clinical trials, the addition of anti-inflammatory medicines to antidepressants has shown promising results. Some studies have suggested that Omega 3 can help too. Other research indicates that curcumin, an extract of turmeric has the same effect.
Potent spices add a flavor punch and protection against disease Spices, which form a natural part of our everyday lives, also protect our system from various chronic disease conditions. Important among them is Turmeric that has been studied in detail for its pharmacology and their role in numerous therapeutic applications.As quoted “Scientists have linked curcumin with protection against cognitive decline, cancer, and heart disease; improved lipid and glucose metabolism in individuals with type 2 diabetes, and reduced swelling in individuals with arthritis.”Having identified the bioactive compounds – Curcumin, Demethoxycurcumin and Bisdemethoxycurcumin – a fast acting, cascading and bioavailable formulation is the need of the hour. Curcuminoids support overall wellness and good health while protecting the body from numerous chronic conditions that may further lead to heart diseases and cancers.
Food for thought: Is your brain missing something? With evolution and a better understanding of the human body, it has been clearly established how important it is to keep our brain healthy. And it is the nutrients that we provide which determines brain health to a great extent. Juvenile dementia and Alzheimer’s are plaguing millions of people across the globe and natural products may well be the answer to prevent and manage these conditions.“The anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin, which is found in the spice turmeric, seem to protect the brain against Alzheimer’s and possibly Parkinson’s disease.” With the biochemical pharmacology of curcumin having been well understood through clinical studies in patient’s having Alzheimer’s, this compound is a must for individuals in all age groups across the globe.
The Spice that Could Help Boost Memory in Just One Hour Oxidative stress and inflammation are involved in propagating pathology of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Curcumin having anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties can be useful in treating and preventing AD. It thus comes as no surprise that in a clinical study carried out on 60 healthy adults, an immediate improvement in memory tasks was observed in one hour and long term significant improvement was observed by the end of 4 weeks of the study.
More Arthritis Patients Suffering from Disability in the United States Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common disease of joints in adults which leads to stiffness of joints, pain and limitation in joint movement. Treatment of OA is challenging due to inefficacy and long-term adverse effect of currently available medication such as analgesics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS). Use of Curcumin C3 Complex® along with BioPerine® has been clinically evaluated through more than one study and found to be very effective in its prevention and management.
Tapping Into Turmeric’s Superfood Powers At first glance turmeric looks a little like a decrepit carrot. But slice open its gnarled exterior and the sunburst of color you’ll discover inside is your first clue that this is no ordinary root vegetable. In fact, it’s not a root – it’s a rhizome. And the active compound responsible for its wondrous pigment – curcumin – is also what bestows turmeric with its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant super powers.
This Spice May Help You Forget Bad Memories To live a full life is to fear at nothing, but then that’s definitely easier said than done. We fear many things, from insects to isolation and death. But what if we can find a way to be truly fearless or at least remove bad memories that cause us to fear.
Researchers Examine The Effects Of Turmeric In Peptic Ulcer Treatment failure is a major cause of concern for the Helicobacter pylori-related gastroduodenal diseases like gastritis, peptic ulcer, and gastric cancer. Studies reveal the role of Curcumin against Helicobacter pylori and its mechanism of action as a non-competitive inhibitor of specific genes of the bacteria. In addition, the compounds also have a soothing effect on stomach linings due to potent anti-inflammatory activity.
Curry Spice, Curcumin, Helps Against Diabetes Inflammation is now recognized as one of the main contributors to diabetes and may be ameliorated by diminishing the underlying causes. The beneficial effect of curcumin on diabetes may be due to its ability to trigger up the immune system. Studies report that curcumin was able to prevent body weight loss, reduce the levels of glucose, haemoglobin (Hb), and glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1C) in blood. Curcuminoids also play a key role in the management of several diabetes related complications such as diabetic neuropathy, diabetic nephropathy, vascular diseases and pancreatic cell dysfunction.
Turmeric Nanoparticles to Help Treat Malaria Anti-parasitic activity of curcumin has been evaluated and found that curcumin can bind to tubulin and induce alterations in microtubule structure. This in turn prevents cell division and does not allow the proliferation of the parasite. Improved bioavailabilty of Curcumin may prove an effective way to healp treat malaria.
Curcumin can Punch Malaria Malaria is about to have a tough fight on its hands; and the one to challenge this resilient disease this time round is the traditional cure turmeric’s active ingredient called curcumin.
Curry Spice, Curcumin, Helps Against Diabetes As the snowy cold weather begins to roll into Colorado, I crave warmer, heartier meals like chili, stews and brisket. Juicing kale and celery when it’s 4 degrees outside doesn’t cut it. So at this time of year, garlic and curry go in everything I eat.