jocko6889 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 31, 2022 6:08 pm
Chris wrote: ↑Wed Aug 31, 2022 9:36 am
NewLifeScience - "Personally, I will take the Gel over powder. It's just easier to squirt into your mouth and forget it. I trust it will get absorbed."
jocko6889 - "If you're of average weight (190lbs or so), you should take 3 Lipo Fisetin capsules per day for 3 days, rest one month, then repeat this cycle for 4 more months."
@Jocko6889 - is there a company opinion on the bio-availability of the 2 different Fisetin products? According to your (above) statement - 1 bottle of the LIPO Fisetin – Powdered Liposomal will be enough to complete the 5 month Mayo Protocol. But I'll need 4 bottles of the Fisetin LIPO Gel – 150 mL for a 180lb person.
Jocko please excuse the redundancy:
Will 1 bottle of LIPO Fisetin – Powdered Liposomal produce equal results to the 4 bottles of Fisetin LIPO Gel for the Mayo Protocol?
Let's start with the fact that in the Mayo protocol, for a 190lb person they used about 1,800mg of regular fisetin per day for 3 days, rested one month, then repeated this cycle for 4 more months (so 5 months total)
If you're looking to replicate this study using liposomal fisetin, you'd get a minimum of 3 times the bioavailability, so divide 1,800mg by 3 to get a target of 600mg of liposomal fisetin per day.
2 pumps = 75mg of fisetin gel (you get around 120 pumps per bottle)
1 capsule of powdered lipo fisetin = 150mg (90 capsules in bottle)
To get 600mg per day of Lipo fisetin:
You'd need 16 pumps of fisetin gel per day or
You'd need 4 capsules per day of the fisetin powdered capsules
You get about 120 pumps of gel per bottle, so divided by 16 pumps per day and that's about 7.5 days per bottle of fisetin gel
If you divide 4 powdered capsules into the 90 per bottle you get 22.5 days per bottle
both are around $65 per bottle
So for the purposes of replicating the Mayo protocol the fisetin capsules would be a better value. Hope that helps.