How does NMN make through the G.I. tract into the cells? – RENUE BY SCIENCE – Bioavailable NAD+ Boosters
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How does NMN make through the G.I. tract into the cells?

Sublingual will deliver up to 30% to blood. The remainder will go through the GI tract.
Liposomal delivery will bypass GI tract almost completely, so a much higher % makes it to the bloodstream intact.

However, the 70+% of NMN that goes through GI tract, much will be digested by bacteria to NaMN and take a different path to NAD+. Unknown how efficient that is compared to delivering NMN direct to the bloodstream.

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