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Paul’s walking no longer an uphill battle thanks to TURMERIC+


When taking longer walks however, some of us can experience skeletal and muscular discomfort. Paul Goddard, 62, a Nordic Walking instructor from Saffron Walden in Essex, swears by a product called Turmeric+ as an effective means of keeping him active.

“I decided to become a Nordic Walking instructor in 2009 and started walking forty to fifty miles a week. Two years ago it became uncomforta­ble to walk distances that should have been easy for someone of my age and fitness levels. I felt very apprehensi­ve as walking is not only my passion, but my business.”

Paul continues: “I started doing some research. I learned that turmeric could be helpful and bought supplement­s … and then stumbled upon Turmeric+.”

Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, is difficult for the body to absorb, Some turmeric products offer high levels of curcumin but unless this is easily absorbed by the body, the higher amounts make little difference.

The need for easy absorption is what led the scientists at FutureYou Cambridge to create Turmeric+ using the patented ‘Curcuma Phospholip­id Complex’ formulatio­n. It’s thirty times more absorbable than standard turmeric and contains vitamin C, which contribute­s to normal collagen formation for the normal function of cartilage.

“Soon after taking it I experience­d that ‘light-bulb’ moment - I realised my knees felt like they used to. I take Turmeric+ religiousl­y now. I walk around two hundred miles a month and even my customers have remarked on my mobility.

“Walking is great for fitness as well as your mental health. Being able to walk easily has made a huge difference to my life and I feel fitter now than I did twenty years ago.” Walking is one of the most beneficial forms of exercise, and also one of the most underestim­ated in terms of well-being. It’s a great way to reach the recommende­d level of physical activity needed to stay healthy without the toll to joints, ligaments and muscles that more demanding sports exact.

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