Downward telomeres Can cause fatty liver, cirrhosis and liver cancer

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Downward telomeres Can cause fatty liver, cirrhosis and liver cancer

Fatigue, bloating, frequent indigestion Have diabetes Like eating sweet food
These are all Signals that indicate The liver is being covered in fat. And causing liver inflammation Lead to cirrhosis or liver cancer.

Currently, studies have found that
A decrease in the telomeres gene Which is the gene that controls the aging of the body that is present in all people Correlated with the occurrence of fatty liver disease And lead to cirrhosis and liver cancer

means. People with any of the above symptoms and risk factors. Will benefit from eating curcumin substances To help maintain the health of the liver from causing fatty liver disease

due to curcumin. Classified as an active drug That can inhibit the telomerase enzyme that destroys telomerase genes This prevents a decrease in the number of telomeres in the body and liver of everyone.

Curcumin substance Therefore is a nutrient with medicinal activity That protects and helps heal the liver Not to get sick And lead to various types of liver disease, liver
care from today Better than releasing liver cells into a phase that cannot be restored and rejuvenated the liver to become healthy. With curcumin
The outstanding and outstanding advantage of curcumin in curcans is that it is an innovative extraction that is legally patented. To get curcumin derived from turmeric Efficient It helps to increase the bioavailability in the liver

because it is normal for curcumin in general turmeric powder. Will rarely be absorbed into the body Absorption of not more than 1%, therefore little and insufficient efficiency,

taking care of the liver and preventing the reduction of telomeres From today because every day the liver is destroyed by many toxins. And telomere genes will be reduced, long time, may be too late to restore the liver

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Ph.D Pongsak Saongsri

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