Important news for your stomach and… your joints ! We know that turmeric has proven its effectiveness on your joints in many clinical studies. But in synergy with other superfoods such as ginger and artichoke, turmeric also contributes to optimal digestion and stomach function. And that is 2x very good news! If you want to know why both good stomach function and smooth movement are important, read on!

Why are the stomach and intestines so important?

Did you know that stress, bad eating habits, the use of certain medicines, smoking and alcohol, heavy meals, diet, travel, also age, ... can disturb the natural balance of the billions of bacteria in the intestines!

Good stomach and intestinal function is the basis for good health. The right bacteria live in the intestine and a large part of the digestive process takes place. Thanks to digestion, what we eat is converted into nutrients that we can absorb to stay healthy. If we support our intestinal function and continue to exercise regularly, we even lay a good foundation to keep our joints flexible.

What Does Turmeric Do?

Turmeric has been used in the East for centuries for its beneficial effects for flexible joints and… the stomach and intestines. Numerous studies have shown that turmeric's natural powers can provide new support for optimal digestive health and proper stomach and liver function. Turmeric is also a powerful antioxidant and contributes to flexible joints.

What do ginger and artichoke do?

Ginger works in synergy with turmeric for the stomach and intestines in a fast and natural way. Artichoke also ensures good stomach function and digestion and is useful for a bloated feeling after eating.

What are Sporebiotics and Enzymes?


Lactospore are sporebiotics: "dormant" (spore-forming) bacteria that are activated upon reaching the intestines. The daily dose contains no less than 4 billion CFU (= colony forming units = viable bacteria) or 4 billion Bacillus coagulans MTCC 5856 bacteria, a very well-studied, high-quality spore-forming bacteria.

Turmeric + ginger + artichoke + lactospore and enzymes, extra complete, extra powerful

The effect of turmeric is mainly known for flexible joints. Turmeric can also enhance the effect of ginger and artichoke in high doses for optimal digestion and intestinal transit. In summary: “Can your stomach take it again, can you move everything smoothly!”

Don't forget the sporebiotics and enzymes! Sporebiotics or lactospores are spore-forming bacteria that are activated upon reaching the intestines.

Enzymes, on the other hand, are a supplement to your own digestive enzymes and cut carbohydrates, fats and proteins into small pieces so that they can be better absorbed.