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Find out if supplements such as vitamin E, fish oil, milk thistle, curcumin, choline, probiotics, vitamin D, reishi mushroom, or extra virgin olive oil are beneficial for fatty liver disease and learn which diet (Mediterranean, ketogenic, DASH, or fasting diets) seems to have greatest benefit.
Do curcumin and turmeric supplements have possible side effects? Get information about drug interactions with curcumin and turmeric supplements and more. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Is turmeric good for your liver? Short & long-term studies on turmeric such as the impacts on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and more.
Is it safe to take high doses of high-absorption curcumin extract? Learn more about these larger doses. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Bioperine info including if it is safe to take, which medications it may interact with & potential side effects. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Learn more about turmeric & curcumin supplements for dogs and cats to help with osteoarthritis and the safety. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Learn more about how to take turmeric/curcumin and if they limit iron absorption from food.
Find out how to avoid contaminated curcumin and turmeric supplements and spices, and see our Top Picks in our Curcumin/Turmeric Product Review.
Learn more about color variation in turmeric/curcumin supplement capsules and if they are safe.
Learn more about phytosomal curcumin, its absorption, and bioavailability in comparison to other formulations.
What is the difference between turmeric spices used in the kitchen and turmeric supplements? Is sprinkling turmeric on my food equivalent to taking a turmeric supplement? ConsumerLab's answer explores this question.
Learn more about the effects of curcumin (turmeric) and ubiquinol (CoQ10), including their shared antioxidant properties and many differences.
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