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Liquid Vitamin Myth


Liquid Vitamin Myth

Liquid Vitamins have taken the limelight among vitamin supplements. The confusing facts and claims of liquid vitamins have troubled many people. The truth about vitamin absorption has finally arrived.

A common myth about liquid vitamins is the high absorption of vitamins. Vitamins in tablet form offer up to 30% absorption, while liquid vitamins offer a 90% absorption rate. It's time to prove or disprove this fact visually.

The fact-finding process involved a simple experiment. Experiments start from theory. As nutrients enter the bloodstream, they need to be completely digested before they pass through the body's skin; villi of the small intestine or mucosa. With this in mind, the pill must be made easy before any food intake can take place. This will limit vitamins in pill form to one way of getting into the bloodstream; small intestine.

Fortunately, liquid vitamins increase the number of absorption channels in the body, which allows it to be better. Liquid vitamins are already in their simplest form. When you take liquid vitamins, absorption takes place in the mucous membranes of your mouth and in the tissue of your esophagus.

Now, vitamin absorption will be more than a theory. Visual evidence of the ability of vitamin supplements to pass through the thin skin should be possible. With a few items from your kitchen, visual presentation is finally possible. Coffee filters can make the skin that nourishes the skin pass through our body. Lemon juice has a pH level similar to stomach acid. The stomach acid pH level can vary from 1 to 3 depending on the conditions in the stomach. Lemon juice has a pH of 2.3. Two vitamins were chosen based on their popularity and high availability, but they will remain anonymous to preserve the universal nature of this experience.

After planning the vitamin absorption test, the test is done leaving only the visible things about vitamin absorption. All components were measured before and after the experiment. Both vitamins are absorbed simultaneously with stomach acid and filtered through coffee grounds. The test time is designed to make digestion, which takes about 2 to 4 hours in the stomach, as possible. After the filter process is completed, the vitamin absorption data is finally displayed. Analysis of the weight revealed 0.2 filtered ounces of liquid vitamins and 0.8 dry ounces of vitamins in pill form. This corresponds to the actual acceptance rate applied to the test. Visual proof of the power of liquid vitamins is absorbed about 3-4 times better than vitamins in pill form in coffee filters.

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