Piperine 95% Black Pepper- 10mg

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Piperine: properties and application

Usage: 1 tablet a day, wash down with plenty of water. One serving contains 10 mg of piperine

Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. The Diet Supplement cannot be used as a substitute for a diversified diet. Store in a dry, shaded place out of the reach of children.

Piperine is an ingredient in pepper that gives it a sharp, searing taste. It also has other properties, thanks to which it can be used in medicine. Research shows that piperine has slimming, anti-cancer and antibacterial properties. In addition, it can protect against Alzheimer's disease and help in the multiplication of skin pigment cells in people suffering from vitiligo. Check what other effects piperine has.

Piperine is an alkaloid found in pepper, which not only gives it a sharp, searing taste (it shapes about 98% of the overall impression of its sharpness) and a characteristic aroma. Piperine also has numerous healing properties. It is best known as a slimming agent, but research shows that piperine also has anti-cancer, antibacterial and cleansing properties - it has a diuretic and slightly laxative effect, and also stimulates the removal of waste products faster. Piperine can also help people who have vitiligo and have digestive problems.

Piperine for slimming

Piperine enhances the thermogenesis process - that is, the process of generating heat, during which the body burns calories - as well as the lipolysis process, i.e. fat burning. Piperine can also contribute to fat burning in other ways. According to scientists in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, piperine disrupts the activity of genes that control the formation of fat cells, and thus - may contribute to blocking fat cells. However, it should be noted that the exclusive intake of piperine will not cause weight loss. You need to change your diet and take care of physical activity.

Anticancer properties of piperine

Piperine and curcumin found in turmeric may help in the prevention of breast cancer, and perhaps also in its treatment - argue Scientists from the University of Michigan in the pages of "EurekAlert".

The content of piperine depends on the type of pepper. The most of it can be found in black pepper. White pepper is second in terms of piperine content, followed by green and colored pepper.

Researchers have shown that piperine and curcumin added to the culture of breast cancer cells reduce the number of cancer stem cells necessary for tumor growth while not harming normal cells. tamoxifen or raloxifen, the researchers add. Piperine and curcumin were used in the studies at concentrations 20 times higher than in the normal pepper and turmeric diet.

Piperine for vitiligo

Piperine and its derivatives can help multiply melanocytes (skin pigment cells) in people with Vitiligo. This conclusion was reached by scientists from King's College in London after conducting an experiment on mice with the use of piperine and its derivatives. Piperine was applied topically alone or in combination with ultraviolet. Piperine and two of its derivatives used alone gave the discolored skin an even, light brown color within six weeks. On the other hand, when this substance was combined with ultraviolet irradiation, the color became darker, the treatment was shorter and the effect lasted.

Piperine for better memory and depression

The recommended intake of piperine is 5-10 mg 1-2 times a day for 3 months. After a 2-month break, the treatment can be repeated.

Frequent intake of piperine significantly improves health in the event of memory impairment and slows down neurodegeneration. Thus, it can prevent, among others Alzheimer's disease, argue the authors of the research from Khon Kaen University in Thailand. Piperine has also been shown to reduce symptoms of depression

Piperine for digestion and better absorption of vitamins

Piperine stimulates the sensory endings in the digestive tract, thereby increasing the secretion of gastric juice, and thus - improves digestion. Piperine enhances the absorption of certain vitamins and minerals - selenium, vitamin B and beta-carotene. In addition, it facilitates the absorption of coenzyme Q10 and increases the bioavailability of curcumin and resveratrol. Piperine can also increase the absorption of certain drugs.

Piperine - antibacterial and analgesic properties

Piperine has antibacterial properties. Black pepper extracts have been shown to combat, inter alia, Staphylococcus aureus, as well as bacteria such as Klebsiella aerogenes, Chromobacterium violaceum and Bacillus sphaericus. In addition, piperine has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.


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