Miscellaneous TopicsLSG™ (Liposomal Sublingual Gel) – Advanced Delivery System

drkris69
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Re: LSG™ (Liposomal Sublingual Gel) – Advanced Delivery System

Post by drkris69 » Wed Mar 04, 2020 8:13 am

Yes the liposomal version has much more bioavailability than the regular sub pills or powder. When it is liposomal the NMN or NAD are broken down to nano-particles which are absorbed at a much higher rate. Here at my office, we use another vitamin line thats all Liposomal and the results are far superior to just regular supplements. Liposomal is by far the way to go.


nebilbehar
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Re: LSG™ (Liposomal Sublingual Gel) – Advanced Delivery System

Post by nebilbehar » Sat Mar 07, 2020 10:58 am

I had to reduce my sublingual ABN nmn dose significantly after suffering fatigue and daytime sleepiness at a dose of 125mg 4x/day. I am also taking micellized turmeric, quercetin and astaxhantin. So I wonder whether there's an interaction or is it a case of over production of metabolite nicotinamide with loss of choline by renal elimination?
At any rate if LSG nmn is able to deliver to cell membrane, does that theoretically mean that the fatigue can be eliminated?
Has anyone else had the above experience? I have recommended abn nmn to quite a few friends and family and 2 people had similar fatigue.
These days I take it only before effort which seems to avoid the fatigue.
Viperml
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Re: LSG™ (Liposomal Sublingual Gel) – Advanced Delivery System

Post by Viperml » Sun Jul 12, 2020 10:13 am

Has anyone received a defective or damaged LSG NMN Liposomal Sublingual Gel bottle?
I ordered LSG NMN Liposomal Sublingual Gel and when I first opened it I can see that gel already escaped the bottle.
When I opened the silver package it is shipped I can see gel without even lifting the cap off the bottle the first time.
I sent an email to Alive by Nature email for assistance.
Boxcost
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Re: LSG™ (Liposomal Sublingual Gel) – Advanced Delivery System

Post by Boxcost » Sun Jul 12, 2020 5:30 pm

nebilbehar wrote:
Sat Mar 07, 2020 10:58 am
I had to reduce my sublingual ABN nmn dose significantly after suffering fatigue and daytime sleepiness at a dose of 125mg 4x/day. I am also taking micellized turmeric, quercetin and astaxhantin. So I wonder whether there's an interaction or is it a case of over production of metabolite nicotinamide with loss of choline by renal elimination?
At any rate if LSG nmn is able to deliver to cell membrane, does that theoretically mean that the fatigue can be eliminated?
Has anyone else had the above experience? I have recommended abn nmn to quite a few friends and family and 2 people had similar fatigue.
These days I take it only before effort which seems to avoid the fatigue.
This kind of reaction has been noted with low methyl donors. Taking NMN can put these out of balance. Look into your methyl folate, B12 consumption. Some (like myself) supplement with a little Trimethylglycine (TMG) which I target about the same dose as NMN, I already get plenty of methyl folate (green leafy vegies) and B12 in my diet, so in my case I am keeping an eye on levels via regular blood tests and will suppliment if levels falls too low.
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Re: LSG™ (Liposomal Sublingual Gel) – Advanced Delivery System

Post by Drdavid » Sun Jul 12, 2020 6:22 pm

Boxcost wrote:
Sun Jul 12, 2020 5:30 pm
nebilbehar wrote:
Sat Mar 07, 2020 10:58 am
I had to reduce my sublingual ABN nmn dose significantly after suffering fatigue and daytime sleepiness at a dose of 125mg 4x/day. I am also taking micellized turmeric, quercetin and astaxhantin. So I wonder whether there's an interaction or is it a case of over production of metabolite nicotinamide with loss of choline by renal elimination?
At any rate if LSG nmn is able to deliver to cell membrane, does that theoretically mean that the fatigue can be eliminated?
Has anyone else had the above experience? I have recommended abn nmn to quite a few friends and family and 2 people had similar fatigue.
These days I take it only before effort which seems to avoid the fatigue.
This kind of reaction has been noted with low methyl donors. Taking NMN can put these out of balance. Look into your methyl folate, B12 consumption. Some (like myself) supplement with a little Trimethylglycine (TMG) which I target about the same dose as NMN, I already get plenty of methyl folate (green leafy vegies) and B12 in my diet, so in my case I am keeping an eye on levels via regular blood tests and will suppliment if levels falls too low.
Regular testing and genetic knowledge always helps maintain a positive track
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