Curcumin-free turmeric, from which the so-called active ingredient has been removed, may be as effective or even more potent.
That’s quite a rebut to reductionism. For more on this flawed nutritional philosophy, see my video Reductionism and the Deficiency Mentality.
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UPDATE: Note the study at 1:03 has been retracted . Thanks to numerous commenters below for noting that!