What are the liquid and powdered liposome differences in bioavailability and stability? – RENUE BY SCIENCE – Bioavailable NAD+ Boosters
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What are the liquid and powdered liposome differences in bioavailability and stability?

Our liquid and powdered liposomes have approximately the same availability in the bloodstream, but the powdered liposomes release the payload more slowly over 24 hours. We don’t know if that makes it more effective than a faster release.

Yes, if you use the LSG (liquid lipsomes) product within a month or two, no need to refrigerate. Powder is stable for years, rather than 6 months or so for liquid when stored at room temp.

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