Designs for Health Curcum-Evail Chewables

by Designs for Health
$44.90

Designs for Health Curcum-Evail® Chewables are delicious mango-nectarine flavored chews featuring a highly bioavailable curcumin formulation for superior absorption.

Curcumin is made up of a crystalline structure that makes it difficult for the body to absorb. Curcum-Evail® Chewables have been specifically designed in order to overcome this hurdle through two unique characteristics: 1) they are manufactured using the novel Designs for Health Evail™ process, and 2) they are offered in a unique, chewable delivery system:

The Designs for Health Evail™ technology is an all-natural formulation that improves the absorption and delivery of curcumin without the use of potentially harmful surfactants.

Curcumin in a chewable supplement works as a topical delivery system in the mouth, and allows for efficient absorption through the oral mucosa, assisting with absorption and making it helpful for targeting oral and periodontal health.

Designs for Health Curcum-Evail® Chewables contain no artificial sweeteners and are sweetened with maltitol syrup and stevia leaf extract.

Ingredients:

Serving Size 1 Chew

Amount/Serving ..... % Daily Value

Calories ..... 20

Calories from fat ..... 5

Total Fat ..... 0.5 g .... 1 % .... *

Total Carbohydrate ..... 4 g .... 1 % .... *

Sugar Alcohol ..... 4 g ..... *

Sodium .... 15 mg ..... 1 %

Turmeric Extract .... 100 mg .... *

(Curcuma longa) (rhizomes)

[standardized to contain 95% curcuminoids]

*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

*Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients:

Maltitol syrup, palm oil, gum arabic, natural flavor, citric acid, mono and diglycerides, sunflower lecithin, sea salt, vitamin E, stevia leaf extract.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, mitigate, diagnose or cure any disease.

 

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