The Supermom's Secret Weapon.

Lauren Panoff, MPH, RD, is a veg-mom of two, a plant-based lifestyle strategist for families and a freelance writer.
- Lauren Panoff, MPH, RD
Struggling to find balance? Feeling like you’re always playing catch up? Do you constantly feel tired, worn out and anxious?

Hey, SuperMom!

Motherhood has far more unforeseen challenges than anyone will ever tell you.

I remember when I was approaching my thirties, I found myself starting to wonder how everything was going to turn out in my life. I had a decent job, was recently married, and had a fairly predictable day-to-day.

I figured I pretty much had it together, thinking - naively - that it took a lot of work to get there and it was probably smooth sailing ahead.

But it wasn’t until I became a mom for the first time that I really started to realize just how much my life was still going to change, and how many more unique challenges I would face as a woman.

Like many women, I quickly assumed the role of SuperMom.

For me, this meant project managing the household and making sure everyone was well-fed, while trying to lose the baby weight, move forward in my career, and raise a new baby without screwing him up too badly.

As you probably guessed, this soon became unmanageable and I felt like I wasn’t actually being productive in any aspect of my life. All of this “balance” I was striving for… where was that?

I thought being SuperMom meant doing it all, having it all together, and basking in its awesomeness. After all, I birthed a human - didn’t I deserve something to be easy after that?

Nobody tells you about how your own body will become a completely foreign entity, everything will spontaneously hurt, and your clothes will never fit the same way again.

As it turns out, the image of motherhood that I conjured up was definitely a pipe dream.

Nobody tells moms about teenagers and how one day your life will revolve solely around other people’s potty, nap, and snack schedules. Nobody tells you about how tightly you’ll be white knuckling that superhero cape as you fly around trying to do it all.

Rather than the calming balance I was waiting to feel, I started to experience:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Poor sleep
  • Fatigue
  • Aches and inflammation
  • Headaches
  • Mental Foginess
  • Sadness and worry
  • Self Doubt & Comparison

My proverbial 'tank' was empty more than I ever imagined it would be.

Not surprisingly, these things didn’t just affect me. When you’re struggling with balance on a personal level, you can only put on a front for so long before it starts siphoning off every other area of your life.

I found myself constantly feeling like I was playing catch up in all areas of my life. From my marriage, to my career, my friendships, and my role as a parent.

Somewhere along the way, any remnant of me had faded off into the clouds. And it would be a while until I got her back.

I’m here to tell you that it does—and it will—get better.

Every day has joy in it, even if it’s a sliver. Every day has laughter, even if it’s the kind that makes your ears hurt. Every day, your kids have an amazing mother, even when she feels like her superhero powers are fizzling. 

I still have many rough days ahead, but I’ve learned to give myself the realistic grace you need to as a mom, to ask for help, and seek out resources that can support me in different seasons of motherhood.

I still take on too much from time to time, but I haven’t relinquished my superhero cape. Because no matter how imbalanced your life feels right now, you’re still SuperMom. You’re doing a great job, it’s okay to ask for help, and there’s no mama out there exactly like you. 

“I’m a dietitian and public health professional turned plant-based "mom-preneur". My mission is to normalize plant-based living for all ages, and make this a feasible, sustainable, and wildly-fulling lifestyle option for everyone.”

Lauren Panoff, MPH, RD, is a veg-mom of two, a plant-based lifestyle strategist for families and a freelance writer. She resides in Colorado. Find her at or on Instagram @chronicplanet

Can you relate to Lauren’s story?

Motherhood has an infinite amount of stressors. Every stage of childhood carries a new set of challenges, new concepts to learn, and new things to worry about. Just when you think you’ve got it under control, life throws something else at you - like maybe baby number 2 or 3! It’s easy for moms to dismiss their own well-being for the sake of the kids. 

A busy Supermom lifestyle often leads to a lack of sleep, a suffering diet, constant worry and anxiety, and possibly a lack of daily exercise. All of these stressors produce inflammation in the body and can lead to chronic inflammation.

When inflammation becomes chronic, that’s when the real damage can take place. Pain, stiffness, fatigue, weight gain, skin redness and bloating are all signs of chronic inflammation.

Ways to reduce inflammation are:



Start by cutting out processed food and sugar, adding healthy fats to your meals, and doubling your water intake.



Try keeping a consistent sleep schedule, research breathing techniques for times of high stress, or aim for going on a walk once a day.



Did you know that being exposed to daily toxins produces inflammation? Try buying organic produce when possible and choose natural house cleaners and personal care products.

Diet is a significant factor in gaining back your body’s natural anti-inflammatory response.

If a busy schedule doesn’t always allow for consistently eating healthy, natural supplements that are high in antioxidants are a great complement to any diet.

Turmeric is a strong antioxidant with powerful anti-inflammatory effects. Turmeric’s extract, Curcumin, has been shown to reduce all types of inflammation within the body.
Adding turmeric to your diet is super easy as there are many ways to use this root.

You can add chopped Turmeric to salads, cook with Turmeric spices or prepare Turmeric drinks, such as Golden Mik tea, juices or smoothies. However, research shows that the best way to get the most curcumin out of turmeric is through supplement form.

By taking a turmeric supplement, you are getting curcumin in its purest and most potent form.


A Groundbreaking Formula Based on an Ancient Remedy Offers a Range of Benefits for the SuperMom Lifestyle.

Turmeric (scientifically known as Curcuma Longa) is a powerful antioxidant root that has been used as a culinary spice and in traditional medicine for thousands of years. The well-known anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of turmeric have been used for generations and among many world cultures to promote rejuvenation and longevity. This root’s main active compound, Curcumin, is responsible for most of its health-boosting effects. When taking Turmeric, our bodies are not able to absorb all the Curcumin it receives. Our Formula, enriched with Bioperine for absorption, allows higher amounts of Curcumin to remain in the body, increasing its restorative benefits.


Get Smoother Skin, and Stronger Hair!


Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory agents speed healing and stimulate blood flow, improving the signs of blemishes, swelling and redness of the skin as well as puffiness and under-eye darkness caused by poor circulation.

As a natural antiseptic, Turmeric has also been linked to acne improvement for its ability to keep bacteria from spreading.

Turmeric can deeply hydrate and revitalize the skin and scalp, alleviating symptoms of dryness. It naturally speeds up the process of removing dead skin cells to reveal healthy and soft skin, and protects the skin cells from further damage.


Promotes Brain Health & Sharpens Focus.


Turmeric can improve memory and concentration by increasing blood flow to the brain. In addition, it raises the level of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), a protein that stimulates the creation of new brain cells. Turmeric can also give you a boost of serotonin and dopamine, the two “happy” chemicals within the brain.

Turmeric has high anti-inflammation properties. Inflammation of the brain shuts down energy production in brain cells, causing mental fatigue and can lead to anxiety, depression, brain fog, and memory loss.

Black Pepper has been shown to protect and support brain function. The latest studies show that piperine extract (from black pepper) decreases the formation of amyloid plaques, which are dense clumps of damaging protein fragments in the brain that have been linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

Turmeric, Curcumin, Ginger and Black Pepper

A Unique Blend of Turmeric, Ginger and Black Pepper Helps to Fight Free Radical Damage and Inflammation in the Body!


Improve Joint Health & Mobility.

Inflammation is your body’s way of protecting you from foreign substances in your body like viruses or bacteria. When your body senses that it needs to go into alert, it releases chemicals that lead to various symptoms of inflammation like swelling of hands and feet, decreased joint mobility and pain.

Genetic factors, infections, poor diet, lack of exercise, or chronic stress can lead to chronic inflammation which may cause permanent damage to your bones, joints, and tissues.  

Both Turmeric and Ginger have been proven to have a high level of anti-inflammatory properties.


Reverse Free Radical Damage.

Antioxidants in Turmeric prevent free radicals like pollution and UV rays from affecting your skin's elasticity - the quality that keeps your skin soft and supple. Turmeric has also been known to block the enzyme elastase, which attacks your skin’s ability to produce elastin - making it hard for your body to keep your skin flexible, leading to wrinkles. 

Black pepper is rich in antioxidants and works to protect vitals cells within the body from being damaged by free radicals. This helps preserve age-related changes in appearance, such as loss of skin elasticity, wrinkles, graying hair, hair loss and changes in hair texture.


Bye Bye Bloating!

Ginger naturally stimulates your body’s digestive enzymes, helping relieve inflammation and alleviate gas and bloating.

Ginger contains two chemicals - gingerols and shogaols - that act as muscle relaxants, allowing the body to pass gas more easily. 

Curcumin, the active compound within turmeric, helps stimulate the gallbladder to produce bile, which breaks down fats and toxins that can lead to bloating. 

Black pepper increases the secretion of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, resulting in smoother digestion. This relieves issues like bloating, indigestion, flatulence, and constipation.


BalanceGenics Daily Turmeric

Formulated with Maximum Anti-Inflammatory Strength for Pain Relief, Joint Support and Brain Health.

  • Organic Turmeric and Ginger Blend
  • Fortified with BioPerine for Optimal Absorption
  • 100% Vegetarian Capsule
  • 30 Day Supply (60 capsules)
Quality Is Everything

Made from only the purest ingredients, 3rd-party tested & sourced from a GMP certified FDA inspected facility.

Not only are our products non-GMO, they are also free of binders, artificial additives, preservatives, added sugars, gluten, soy, dairy and caffeine.


Turmeric is used as a dietary supplement for inflammation, arthritis, stomach, skin, liver, gallbladder problems, and other conditions.*


Strong antioxidant and has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties


Curcumin helps boost your natural production of antioxidant enzymes to encourage good health now and fortify it for the future.*


A natural antioxidant, curcumin protects joints and tissues from the damage caused by free radicals*

Black Pepper

Piperine in black pepper have been shown to improve health due to their anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and disease-fighting qualities.*


Boost the body's ability to absorb Curcumin a greatly improve bioavailability*


Piperine has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic properties

Frequently Asked Questions

BalanceGenics Daily Turmeric Supplement.

What are curcuminoids?

Curcuminoids are the active compounds found within turmeric, responsible for this root’s wide array of health benefits. Curcumin is the primary and most abundant curcuminoid in turmeric.

What is the difference between Bioperine and regular black pepper?

Bioperine is a purified extract derived from black pepper. It is more commonly referred to as Piperine. Bioperine is the trademark name included in our formula. When taking turmeric or curcumin, your body may only be able to absorb a fraction of the nutrients it is receiving. Bioperine has the ability to increase the body’s absorption of nutrients.

Can I get the same benefits cooking with turmeric as I would taking a supplement?

Can I get the same benefits cooking with turmeric as I would taking a supplement? When consuming turmeric as a food, your body has to work to extract curcumin on its own, which requires a lot of effort. Also, some curcumin may be lost due to heat and chemical changes when cooking foods spiced with turmeric, which may prevent you from getting the full scope of benefits. Our Turmeric supplement uses Bioperine to help your body absorb the right levels of curcumin, maximizing its potency.

Why BalanceGenics and not other brands?

We believe that moms, like any superhero, need a sidekick. We want to be that little extra push you can count on when you need it the most. We use natural, high-quality ingredients to ensure that your body is receiving the best support possible. We stand behind SuperMoms with a mission of raising amazing human beings and leaving a legacy while still thrive in all areas of life. If that is you, then we are your sidekick (and cheerleader), go SuperMom!

What is the difference between Turmeric and Curcumin?

Turmeric and Curcumin go hand in hand. Curcumin is the main active compound in turmeric that gives turmeric most of its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits. Turmeric also includes many other minerals and vitamins that contribute to the proper function of nerves, muscles and organs and support cell regeneration, including potassium, magnesium and vitamin E.

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