Can anyone on E-Pharm's bankroll please give me a coherent explanation for why the heck drawing the dosage out to some 3x the timespan recommended by the manufacturer is going to totally negate the supplement's effects?
Also, for your dosing you're taking the low end of the "recommended dose". The high end is more likely to approximate the doses given to the rats in the U of Iowa study, but even then I think is underdosed. That's some 900 mg., split among 18 pills. A bottle will last less than a week.
Then why pack it? Put it in a bottle with a scooper in it or get a >25% extract.Owing to the physical properties ofpowder it doesn't pack well so it takes more caps to contain it. You can't pack down what won't pack down.
Your response certainly endears E-Pharm to me.What about this can you not wrap your head around?
I'm trying to best utilize UA by the info available concerning how it works. We don't know the minimum effective dose in humans (in rats it seems to be 0.14% of food content), so your analogy to alcohol is inapplicable.