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Author Topic: Atripla & Turmeric, have you tried this?  (Read 1244 times)

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Offline RemyG1971

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Atripla & Turmeric, have you tried this?
« on: December 14, 2012, 12:15:50 PM »
I have read quite a bit about Turmeric & having to take black pepper with Turmeric to enhance curcumin's bioavailability by 1,000 times. I am currently taking Atripla and wondering if there were people out there that have tried this and what results came of it?

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Re: Atripla & Turmeric, have you tried this?
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2012, 02:59:45 PM »
I've added turmeric and cayenne pepper to my green tea at least twice a day for the past six months.  Still undetectable and no problems.  Turmeric/pepper may play a role in reducing inflammation.  I also add turmeric and vanilla extract to a glass of  milk.  It's good.

10/26/2011 - SEROCONVERSION (hi fever+rash)
10/31/2011 - CD4= 154  VL>500,000 
10/31/2011 - started on Truvada+Prezista+Norvir
12/14/2011 - CD4= 750 VL=6412 (45%)
01/27/2012 - switched to Atripla
04/23/2012 - CD4=1,221 VL= 140  (47%)
06/22/2012 - CD4=1,224 VL= ud    (49%)
12/18/2012 - CD4=1,031 VL= ud    (51%)
09/16/2013 - CD4=1,151 VL= ud   ( 49%)
03/26/2014 - CD4=1,050 VL= ud

Offline RemyG1971

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Re: Atripla & Turmeric, have you tried this?
« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2012, 01:30:30 PM »
I've added turmeric and cayenne pepper to my green tea at least twice a day for the past six months.  Still undetectable and no problems.  Turmeric/pepper may play a role in reducing inflammation.  I also add turmeric and vanilla extract to a glass of  milk.  It's good.

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