Far superior to CoQ10, but contains Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) which can cause overstimulation, nausea and/or liver discomfort in sensitive individuals.
The most dense calcium citrate available.
Comprehensive, but amount (per dose) isn't optimal for lutein and zeaxanthin; also lacks critical meso-zeaxanthin.
Posted by Reviewer2390602 on Jan 25, 2009 | Verified Purchase
The easiest way I've found to take this is to use liquid fish oil and a 2T shot glass. Pour in 1T of fish oil and then pour in the lecithin into the middle of the fish oil, forming an "egg yolk", then gulp it all down without squishing it around in the mouth first. Nonetheless, there are better alternatives available to get adequate phosphatidylcholine without the extra fat, calories and omega-6 present in this product.
Contains an allergen, rice, as a filler. Avoid if sensitive to stimulants and/or suspectible to insomina.
Posted by Reviewer2390602 on Dec 26, 2008 | Verified Purchase
Technically chlorophyllin, not chlorophyll, it is an effective deorderizer.
Posted by Reviewer2390602 on Nov 13, 2010 | Verified Purchase
Overpriced for the low quantity of the vitamins. Even if 50mg of a synthetic B vitamin was half inert, it is still way more potent than the pathetic RDA of a food-based vitamin. It is better to supplement with vitamins separately as you'll get more potency for less cost. Now, a food-based multi-mineral makes more sense.
Posted by Reviewer2390602 on May 02, 2009 | Verified Purchase
Unlike other brands, doesn't contain rice as a filler.
Posted by Reviewer2390602 on Dec 18, 2007 | Verified Purchase
It subjectively doesn't seem to pack as much punch as absorbing 600mg at once.
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