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Soluble Curcumin: A Promising Oral Supplement For Health Management

@inproceedings{Gandhi2011SolubleCA,
  title={Soluble Curcumin: A Promising Oral Supplement For Health Management},
  author={Puneet Gandhi and Zeba H. Khan and Nivedita Chakraverty},
  year={2011}
}
Curcumin, the most active polyphenolic constituent of turmeric curcuminoids obtained from the rhizome Curcuma longa, holds a high place in ayurvedic medicine but its role in conventional disease management has also been established. However, it has poor bioavailability due to insolubility in water becomes a limiting factor. Increasing its solubility followed by assessment of effect of oral consumption of soluble curcumin on pathological parameters on healthy human volunteers, sixteen healthy… 

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