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The new Supplement by MaxHealthLabs, Intra-Cellular Liposomal Curcumin, Provides Potential Protection Against Prostate Cancer

Over 200 scientific studies have concluded that curcumin has the propensity to avert prostate cancer.

MENTOR, Ohio, March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As a leading developer in liposomal science, MaxHealthLabs is dedicated to producing quality health products. Their new Intra-Cellular Liposomal Curcumin is able to remedy many health disorders, naturally. Curcumin is an active product that is generated from the spice, turmeric. It has been consumed for centuries in other parts of the world without posing any side effects. Among the many benefits of the supplement is its ability to potentially prevent cancer in the prostate.

The benefits of curcumin in relation to prostate cancer are vast. The supplement helps prevent the hormonal stimulation of prostate cancer by counteracting the effects of excessive hormones in the gland. Taking curcumin can also lessen the production of prostate-specific antigen. It is essential for a man's health to minimize PSA, because the antigen helps prostate cancer cells grow and distribute through other tissues.

Supplementing with Intra-Cellular Lipsomal Curcumin can accelerate Apoptosis in prostate cancer. This offers an effective diminishing of the cancer cells, as the diseased cells confronted with curcumin perform cellular suicide when exposed to high hormone levels, carcinogenic chemicals, and when DNA is damaged. Cancer cells typically produce proteins that help the cells escape cell suicide. Curcumin can cancel out these proteins; therefore, helping the cells die faster. The health remedy also counteracts tumorigenesis, the progression of cancer cells accumulating to form a tumor.

MaxHealthLab's Intra-Cellular Liposomal Curcumin contains unique anti-inflammatory properties. This kind of treatment can alleviate the negative effects of many diseases, as most modern illnesses cause inflammation. In regards to prostate cancer, men who suffer prostate inflammation are at a high risk for prostate cancer. With the presence of inflammation in the gland, tumors are able to destroy healthy tissue in order to spread cancer cells into the bloodstream. Consequently, curcumin can prevent the increase of prostate cancer into healthy cells.

As a potent antioxidant, curcumin potentially prevents cancer of all types. Supplementing with the health treatment assists the prostrate in making its own potent antioxidants. This treatment helps the prostate to protect healthy DNA.

Intra-Cellular Liposomal Curcumin contains MaxHealthLab's patented Liposomal Absorption Technology. Guaranteeing maximum absorption, curcumin is delivered straight into the cells. The supplement is distributed in clinical strength with pure phosphatidylcholine. To research more about the health benefits of this new supplement, visit http://www.maxhealthlabs.com/liposomal-curcumin.

About MaxHealthLabs:

For more than twenty years, MaxHealthLabs has been producing safe and effective health products. Their patented Liposomal Absorption Technology has given them the reputation of developing the most absorbable vitamins and supplements in the market. With high-tech facilities in Novato, California and a team of expert researchers and developers, they are able to generate innovative liposomal supplements. Visit their website at http://www.maxhealthlabs.com/ to view all of their superior products.

Media Contact: Brian Jones, MaxHealthLabs, 877-629-4584, [email protected]

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