What’s the difference between enteric coated and Liposomal NMN? – RENUE BY SCIENCE – Bioavailable NAD+ Boosters
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What’s the difference between enteric coated and Liposomal NMN?

Enteric coating and acid resistant capsules do not dissolve in the acidic environment of the stomach, so ingredients are protected.

They do dissolve in the low PH of the intestines, so NMN is then available to use the slc12a8 pathway in the intestines, and later in the liver.

It is not known how much NMN is actually taken up by SLC12a8, but seems to be a small percentage.
Any remaining NMN is metabolized to NAM before exiting the liver.

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