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What’s better? Enteric coated NMN (acid resistant capsules) or Liposomal

Although enteric or acid resistant capsules do help, they do not protect ingredients all the way to the bloodstream as Liposomal delivery does.

Liposomes protect the ingredients all the way to the bloodstream, not half way.

They are a vastly superior delivery method for any ingredient that has poor bioavailability to the bloodstream.
The downside being cost is higher per mg.

The bang for the buck is far better for liposomes, especially for expensive ingredients, as products can cost twice as much but are 5-10x or more improved bioavailability.

For very inexpensive ingredients, the cost of liposomes is a higher % of the final product, so partially offsets the savings.
The problem is, people go on amazon and search for the least expensive product, and don’t know they are actually wasting a lot of $ buying a vastly inferior product. Amazon has no way to educate people.

Liposomal delivery has come a long way in the last 5 years. In 5 more years, it will be commonplace for many products.

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