Ultra Pure Turmeric

14 March 2018

Ultra Pure Turmeric is a dietary supplement that features a special formula that is claimed to support healthy joint and cardiovascular health, as well as proper inflammatory response. It was invented by Alexander Dumont, a Chief Medical Researcher at the company called Direct Naturals. The company has its own official website that informs us that the product can combat the cause of almost all conditions and diseases known to modern medicine, including Alzheimer's, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. It is also claimed that Ultra Pure Turmeric has been clinically proven to help users lose more than ten pounds of body fat within a month, decrease joint aches, chronic pain and arthritis; improve the look and health of your skin and even turn back the clock on the aging process.

All of the upper claims seem to be just unreal! Let's check whether the supplement is as effective as advertised by the manufacturer by taking a look at fast facts about it, its ingredients, possible side effects and online testimonials left by real users. Can this product really protect you from major threats to your health and help you save hundreds of dollars each month in healthcare costs? How reputable is the company behind Ultra Pure Turmeric? All these questions need to be answered. We investigated the claims about this product and here is what we have learnt about it. Let's start from the ingredients of this magic dietary supplement.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

According to Direct Naturals' FAQ section on their official website, thousands of people have tried their product and have never had any serious side effects. At the same time, they recommend consulting with a doctor before starting to use Ultra Pure Turmeric. WebMD claims that turmeric is considered to be safe when taken by mouth; however, some users may experience mild side effects like nausea, stomach upset, diarrhea and dizziness. Usually these symptoms are temporary. Turmeric should not be taken for more than eight months, as recommended by Webmd. Even though Direct Naturals is a relatively new company, their supplement is called 5-in-1 Weight Loss. The company is based out of Englewood, CO; however, there is little information about them anywhere online. There is no Better Business Bureau listing. We also failed to find any information about Alexander Dumont, their Chief Medical Researcher. These are the reasons why we wonder whether they really qualify as a health research group. Probably, many of their claims on their site are fake.

One customer reports that she was very disappointed with the product. It was in a tiny bottle. According to the advertising, each pill is 1500MG, but in reality it is only 500MG, so you need to take three pills at a time. Very misleading recommendations! Ensure that you are getting a full dosage, otherwise you will not see any effects at all. On top of this, each pill contains only 150 mg of the 95% for curcuminoids, an active ingredient in the product. The rest is 1350mg of turmeric. This seems to be a product with misleading information. They do not even list MG per capsule on the label. Most customers don't feel like they trusting the brand that appears to have a high price. There are better competing products available on the market. Let's take a look at the real users' reviews left online.

I am not satisfied with Ultra Pure Turmeric and I would like to get a refund for the product I bought. I have been taking the supplement for ten days but I haven't seen any positive results promised by the manufacturer. In fact, it worsened my arthritis! I am demanding a full refund for my orders and I would not recommend it to anyone."

"After reading all of the positive customer reviews, I was very excited about Ultra Pure Turmeric because I wanted to alleviate my arthritis and decrease my disc pain. I believed in this product but it did not meet my expectations. I took the stuff as directed but it only gave me a terrible nausea, stomach ache, and intestinal issues. I am not prone to these symptoms. I tried to take the product with ginger root and other foods, but I could not decrease these side effects."

"I ordered Ultra Pure Turmeric and the same company's (BioSchwartz) probiotic item. After I started taking it I have got acne breakouts and rashes all over my body. They were very itchy and looked like bug bites. I even bought some cleaning products to clean my house, but after using these products, I continued getting new rashes. Avoid this supplement."

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