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The last time Dr Al Sears crossed our path, his banner headline was that President Obama, “the most corrupt president in U. S. history,” issued a “Death Order” in 2016 that “could result in the needless deaths of 1.3 million American seniors this year.”   That “Death Order” consisted in the appointment of Robert Califf, […]

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    Curcumin appears to be inhibiting my arthritis and neurodegeneration during the previous 3 months! My M.D. persuaded me ...

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    The latest thinking is that you have to mix black pepper into the curcumin for it to be absorbed 846% better( I made t...

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    I'm not too familiar with the life-extension community and exactly what they promote but it's a combination of Fisetin, ...

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    Are the results of the UCLA study for the bioavailable curcumin product better than those for Alzheimer's drugs?...

  • Michael Jorrin, "Doc Gumshoe"

    Thanks very much for the suggestion that I repeat my conclusions at the end in bullet form.! I'll try to remember that,...

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    I've taken turmeric curcumin for over 15yrs., & at age 88+, I hope that I have very little amyloid sludge in my bra...

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    I have been doing the same, so far Turmeric Curcumin, Krill oil, Selinium, and amino acids seem to be working!:)...

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    Hey... wait until you hear about FENBENDAZOLE... killing cancers. Check google for that entry and learn. God almighty i...

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    Vitamin C IV and Tumeric or (Curcumin 2K) with BioPerine sold by StopAgingNow.com or Rene's Tea. Pick up the book by D...

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    Thank you for the analysis and the many informative comments. What I could not find: which make of curcumin was teased ...

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    Could you provide the name/contact details of the German company that you get your Liposomic Curcumin from. Thank you....

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    yes, Meriva is a curcumin phospholipid complex well-known for it's good absorption which a couple of companies distribut...

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    I use Dr. Sear's supplements and they work for me. Too expensive, but they work. Ultra access II is my favorite. His ...

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    Curcumin has a very low bioavailability, cooked or not. Something in the low single digit range. Liposomic curcumin has ...

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    The 'Asian Wonder Spice' mentioned is Turmeric. The active ingredient is Curcumin which contains curcuminoids, which doe...

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    So was the Dr. Sears panacea this time Curcumin or CBD oil? Or something else I missed in his constant e-mails?...

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    STM, I claim no expertise. I couldn't use statins. I think $ESPR has an important niche. I don't believe that the man...

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    Dear Michael, I have read several of your articles and find them all to be medical advice from someone that is not a do...

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    I take 3 tablets of “Curamin” (a concentrated form of Curcumin”, about 3-4 times per day, althernating with other ...

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    I am not credentialed in medicine, nor have I had any formal education in that area. I'm 82 years old, and have some "...

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    jbnaples, the prednisone will reduce your immune function on top of whatever reduction your transplant anti-rejection me...

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    I am one month short of 88. Quit using statins a few years ago after bad side effects and am using old E Indian medicin...

  • SoGiAm

    $IMMY np - FDA Curcumin Investigation Supports Imprimis Statement http://irdirect.net/prviewer/release/id/2692806 ...

  • JohnM

    4/9/17 robertvince Would love to see a debate between the good doctor KSS and Ray Kurzweil, who takes 150 supplements ...

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    "What the Drug Companies Won't Tell You and Your Doctor Doesn't Know". A good book if you want to understand the inner ...

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    Doc, please investigate these links to various scientific studies on the use of curcumin for ra and other inflamatory di...

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    If you want to help your body absorb more Curcumin add pepper and Fulvic acid to the mix takes some time to work at lea...

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    Instead of statins for chloresterol, I use tumeric or curcumin. Works well and I don't suffer from the muscle problems ...

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    Michael, the reason you are accused of being in league with Big Pharma is because your articles are incomplete and in so...

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    The Sears spiel which I read, was carried by Advanced Bionutritionals, mentioned that this ingredient, Curcumin, was no...

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    Nattokinase is eaten by every Japanese school child at lunch, which I learned from a young friend who spent a term there...

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    Excellent article. I had difficulties with statins and switched to curcumin (tumeric) and have kept cholesterol reg...

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    I don't use probiotics, but I regularly eat fermented foods such as raw sauerkraut, kimchee, kosher pickles (fermented i...

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    A promising therapy that may slow or stop Parkinson’s progression is moving forward. Today The Michael J. Fox Foundati...

  • SoGiAm

    #Curcumin Analog (H-4073) ⬆️ Efficacy of #Cisplatin in #Head&Neck #Cancer @PLOSONE http://bit.ly/21d7flW https:/...

  • Michael Jorrin (aka Doc Gumshoe)

    In a comment above I pointed to the curcumin derivative labeled CNB-001 which does get past our barriers and attains bet...

  • Micael Jorrin (aka Doc Gumhsoe)

    I certainly don’t intend to resort to a “snide, snarky tone” to belittle natural treatment courses in general. M...

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    I do not appreciate the snide, snarky tone and underlying bias in this article. While I agree with the theme that sweep...

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    I had Sears' newsletter at one point. Basically he rips off his ideas from Life Extension Foundation and then embroiders...

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    Thanks for the sleuthing. My Ph.D is in physics, so I'm not qualified to analyse the paper like you. But aren't they say...

  • Michael Jorrin (aka Doc Gumshoe)

    I did a bit of sleuthing regarding Alzheimer’s research related to curcumin by the Salk Institute. There were two pa...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I don't know anything about him, but I'd say Dr. Sears smears himself by sending out ads that effectively promise, in bi...

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    I do not use prescription drugs. I do take natural supplements such as curcumin k2, CoQ10 PQQ, and several others on a ...

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    Jfenlin, Curcumin and cumin are not related; however, curcumin (tumeric) as well as cumin would go well in your chili. ...

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    Wow, if one would just eat a marijuana salad seasoned with curcumin then you could live happily without disease or illne...

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    I take supplements too. I just bought a bottle of Living Well Brain Support Plus made with curcumin. Here, I must say, I...

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    I agree with most of the article, but throwing in my 2 cents... I take several supplements every day, one is a quality ...

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    For real information on the value of curcumin by UCLA Dept. of Neurology, including references to double-blind studies, ...

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    Mary and stan I know that ground pepper enhances the effect of curcumin - Katerina...

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    Mary, I am just turning 75 and have been ingesting curcumin for 6+ years pretty regularly. I actually take a table spoo...

  • Michael Jorrin (aka Doc Gumshoe)

    I'm taking a look at yet another curcumin/turmeric-promoting piece. This one claims it cures all 619 known diseases, o...

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    Mary - Solaray - Curcumin Extract 250 Mg and I think other firms sell this - Katerina...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Well put arch1, though curcumin is actually the "active ingredient" in turmeric, not in cumin....

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    rich, I use regular exercise. If I stop for a few days, my shoulders, neck and knees let me know. I also like curcumin...

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    Thanks for the very informative article. I am very concerned about AD because my mother, her sister and my grandmother ...

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    Unlikely due to the side effects. Curcumin hits mTOR. Easy peasy....

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    J147 98% CAS 1146963-51-0 J147 has displayed neurotrophic, neuroprotective, neuroanti-inflammatory, nootropic and LTP-e...

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    Aunty is impressed with your research and summary! Subscribing to WAY too many natural health newsletters, cancer, hear...

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    roger,fwiw there is some evidence that curcumin will lower hsCRP levels-just like statins & ESPR compound seem to do. WT...

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    On getting old. Am 85 with family of heart disease, diabetes and short lives. Do Tai Chi classes 3 xs per week and do ...

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    The discussion of the approach to medicine of treating something with pills that give some benefits but create greater p...

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    I hope Doc your opinion about uselessness of supplements was limited to Curcumin only and not a blanket one for all. Ma...

  • DrKSSMDPhD

    Claims for dietary supplements never pan out. The lead curcumin researcher at MD Anderson, if we may refer to him as tha...

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    New (probably old) Subject. Just wondering and hope someone can enlighten me. Several years ago, after my brother p...

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    Hi William, There is a way to convert a long URL to a small one. Go to this web site, http://tinyurl.com/ I use Googl...

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    Here is an article on curcumin and alzheimers http://r.search.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0LEV7.FM8NT7S4AVIsPxQt.;_ylu=X3oDMTBybnV2...

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    New test using curcumin in the retina to detect beta amyloids, an indicator of Alzheimer's. The test is thought to be a...

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    Where's the control group? Where's the replication? The sample size is too small. Nice advertisement for standardized c...

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    Great work Dr KSS. It's easy now you explain all that. I should add that I've been taking curcumin for a while and I do...

  • DrKSSMDPhD

    Excellent critical thinking among those of you who read the curcumin study blurb. My first big point Gary Reiter corr...

  • arch1

    DR KSS; I could have told them without study that too much curry often causes gastric distress,esp.in occasional users. ...

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    I meant compare curcumin by itself to Prozac by itself and Prozac plus curcumin....

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    HOMEWORK!!?? I knew this was too good to be true. All this great info on this thread had to come with a price. And he...

  • DrKSSMDPhD

    A proposition for everyone reading this thread: as you know, I am an opponent of junk science, and I feel that a great m...

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    from www.lef.org: "Writing in an article published online on October 5, 2012 in the journal Carcinogenesis, German and...

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    I should have mentioned that curcumin is also a methoxyphenol and has been suggested as a means to delay the onset of Al...

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    Not to rain on the parade, but sooner than later the truth emerges and even if this stuff is effective it won;t be a goo...

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