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MitoLipin - Liquid Saturated Phosphatidylcholine (PC) Mix

Discussion in 'IdeaLabs' started by haidut, Apr 1, 2016.

  1. Mossy

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    Ok, I appreciate the input. As you say, there is no doubt something else going on, a weakness some place, but the MitoLipin for some reason was a trigger/catalyst. I take your TocoVit, and this does not happen in the least--it has the opposite effect; but, I do remember you saying it's not the same quality E in MitoLipin. Thanks again.
     
  2. jaakkima

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    The bottles I just recieved, the liquid seems a bit different from my last bottle. Could be the type of dropper throwing me off with the small drops it produces or something though. Is it still about 600iu Vitamin E in the standard dose? I'm using it partly for the Vit E content.

    I think this has come to be my favorite Idealabs product.
     
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    The liquid is the same, the dropper may be a bit smaller but should still produce the same size drops. As far as vitamin E - I think there may be a bit of misunderstanding. There is about 600 IU vitamin E per 1ml (20 drops) of MitoLipin. The recommended serving size is 40 drops (2ml) so there would be about 1,200 IU vitamin E per serving.
     
  4. Mito

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    I think the misunderstanding comes from these posts. Is a dose not the same as a recommended serving?

     
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    Thank you for pointing these out. I corrected them.
     
  6. Mito

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    I think you just answered this in another thread.

     
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    If I got the numbers right, a serving provides less than 30 mg of cholin. So if people have the impression that it's covering cholin needs, it's not.
    Choline food sources (to make the perspectives)
     
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    I have suffered from pale stools and liver congestion for years. I had thrush and low serum cholesterol. After a few days of 40 drops/day MitoLipin and then continuing with 10 drops/day (topical), my stools are now a normal dark brown. The thrush is gone. My stools are less sticky and require less wiping, as well.

    I've underestimated this product for a long time.
     
  9. lollipop

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    This has been one of my favorite supplements. I am taking three months off after being on it for almost two years. Great product actually.
     
  10. Regina

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    Nice! What that oral? Thx
     
  11. Pointless

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    Topical. I meant to mention that. Edited post. :)
     
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    Wow! Did it change bowel transit frequency/speed in any way?
     
  13. Pointless

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    Unlike taurine or bile acids or vinegar or baking soda or other gallbladder strategies, it does not cause any irritation or green/greasy stools. MitoLipin might've slowed the bowels a bit.
     
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    Hi, Are you using this as a cream and applying to locations you want to lose weight in ? I just heard about this and I am so confused reading all these threads. Does it really work to apply on skin and it helps melt the fat? Thank you
     
  15. lollipop

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    I definitely rub it into my belly AND take it internally. “Melting off the fat” has not been my experience - causing heat and my temps to rise - most definitely. That effect decreased over a long period of taking it. Currently, I am taking a break for three months and will start again next month.
     
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    Mito's post above confused me a bit. So is the vitamin E in mitolipin high gamma or high alpha?
     
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    I can't say about long-term, but what has definitely changed is I no longer have a crazy craving for Coca-Cola or chocolate, which I have always had on a daily basis. They just taste weird for some reason. I wonder what changed.
     
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    Been thinking about trying this product. I did try phosphatidylcholine on its own several times and it always made me depressed, which is something i normally dont have at all. Anybody the mechanism behind this ?
     
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    I'll throw in that this is one of those things I did very well on for awhile, and then started experiencing overheating and irritability.

    As I've written elsewhere, RP suggested supplementing Mg acetate which has TOTALLY reversed that. So this is a supplement I will try again now that that is resolved.

    Just throwing this in there in case others experience it. Consider Mg.
     
  20. Wagner83

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    Did he give a reason for using the acetate form in particular?
     
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