Seems good, but ...
because of the price I decided to go with straight phosphatidyl serine next time, instead of a complex, since I am mainly using it for cortisol control, not memory loss.
not as 'flushy' as capsules
Posted by Reviewer2197931 on May 20, 2009
These are tablets - they are not as fast-acting as capsules. My last niacin was capsules which caused more flushing at 200mg doses. These I am taking 750mg at a time and tolerating easily.
Convenient but brittle
Whoever wrote the review about these being made out of brittle plastic was right, the material is a little sketchy. I've had mine for a little over a month and I haven't had any problems, but they could have been made with higher quality materials. They are incredibly convenient, though! I like the design, and you can add as many of them together as you want - separate by day, week, or just have one tower of tablets!
Great dosage, great price
OK, so I wanted to take 100mg of Ubiquinol per day, and I didn't want to pay a lot of money. This dosage allowed me to take it at two separate times throughout the day for maximum absorption and effectiveness, at a price much better than competitors. Thanks HO!
Be careful with your upper GI
This stuff works - but be careful, sometimes if used after eating excessively spicy food or drinking hard alcohol it can irritate the upper GI. Also, don't use too much at once (for the same reason). Side note: Now I use milled flax seed because it has added benefits and seems to be less irritating to the GI (also doesn't turn into glue if left sitting like psyllium).
Seems to be the best for the price
I have been using this and other similar supplement combinations. A few were a little bit cheaper (but not much) but I don't really trust their brand's efficacy (NSI brand from Vitacost, I'm looking in your direction). I trust Jarrow, they have a reputation for making good supplements, and this is a great price.
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