What dose of LIPO NMN should be taken if it’s much more bioavailable than the powder? – RENUE BY SCIENCE – Bioavailable NAD+ Boosters
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What dose of LIPO NMN should be taken if it’s much more bioavailable than the powder?

Up to 30% of sublingual NMN makes it to the bloodstream.

With Liposomal delivery, we believe it is over 90%, so the short answer is, LIPO NMN is 3x more efficient.

But, the sublingual NMN spikes levels in blood quickly, and is quickly filtered out by the liver. Liposomes release NMN slowly up to 24 hours, so it is available in the blood over a much longer period, with different results than sublingual usage.

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