Primordial Performance is proud to present their new Liqua-Vade™ nutrient delivery technology. Liqua-Vade is literally a liquid nutrient invasion.
Liqua-Vade technology is based off a pharmaceutical drug delivery technology known as a Self Emulsifying Drug Delivery System (SEDDS). (1-15) This technology was designed to enhance absorption of poorly water soluble compounds. This includes various hormones, flavonoids, and fat soluble vitamins (carotenoids, vitamin E, CoEnzyme Q-10, ect)
The technology enhances delivery of poorly soluble compounds by dissolving and making them highly dispersed in the digestive track. To see exactly how Liqua-Vade solubilizes poorly water soluble compounds, visit this page – Liqua-Vade
Here are a few clinical trials of Liqua-Vade technology (SEDDS) enhancing delivery of poorly water soluble nutrients –
Poorly water soluble vitamin () -
Steroid hormone -
Isoflavone from kudzu root -
Flavone from (milk thistle extract) -
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