Immune Support Smoothie You & Your Kids Will Love*

ARTICLE BY | EuroPharma

We can't get enough of this delicious Immune Support Orange Smoothie!* The fresh oranges are a great source of healthy nutrients like Vitamin C, folate, and potassium, plus we've added our CuraMed® Syrup featuring the same clinically studied, enhanced absorption curcumin that you’ll find in all of our CuraMed supplements. It's up to 500 times stronger than turmeric^ and is blended with turmeric essential oil for enhanced absorption, blood retention, and beneficial turmerones, but in a mild, sweet-tasting syrup that’s easy to swallow.

Parents will love the health benefits of this smoothie, and that our CuraMed Syrup is sugar free. Kids will love that it tastes great.

CuraMed® SyrupCuraMed Syrup for the win!

  • Delivers clinically studied curcumin
  • Supports healthy inflammation response
  • Supports liver, brain, heart, and immune health
  • Protects cells from oxidative stress and free radicals*
  • From non-GMO turmeric grown without chemicals
  • Over 60 published studies


 Ingredients:

1 Cup Fresh OJ (squeeze 2-3 fresh oranges for this)
½ tsp. Vanilla
1 Cup Coconut Milk
Ice cubes
1 tsp. CuraMed® Syrup for Adults (1 tsp. ½ tsp. for Kids)

Directions:
Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth and enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 


ABOUT | EuroPharma


EuroPharma, Inc., maker of the Terry Naturally® brand, offers clinically proven and effective nutritional supplements that improve the health of America. Terry Lemerond, founder and president of EuroPharma, is well-known for innovation, and is credited as the first to introduce glucosamine sulfate and standardized Ginkgo biloba to the U.S. natural products market. The full line of Terry Naturally products is available throughout the U.S. in both the health food store and professional distribution channels. At EuroPharma, Our Passion is Your Health®.

^Based on enhanced absorption of CuraMed curcumin versus equivalent weight capsule of unstandardized turmeric containing 2% curcumin. †Occasional inflammation due to exercise or overuse