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Leading Nutritional/Exercise Biochemist and Abrexin formulator, Anthony L. Almada, answers your questions on Abrexin’s patented GP-Shield. Anthony is a leader in evidence based sports nutrition and was a co-founder of EAS, as well.
Q: What is GP-Shield?
A: Since lactoferrin is a protein, it can lose its potency during its transit through the acidic stomach environment. Abrexin™ tablets feature a special coating called GP-Shield™, that insulates lactoferrin from acid breakdown and safely delivers the Abrexin™ tablet to your intestines where it begins to work.
Q: If the tablet coating does not break down in the stomach, how does it break down in the intestines?
A: A critical feature of Abrexin is its GP-Shield™ coating, which escorts Abrexin’s lead active ingredient through the otherwise degrading, unfriendly stomach acid compartment. GP-Shield™ is acid-resistant, and yet when it enters the alkaline compartment of the upper small intestine, it breaks down and delivers Abrexin’s natural bioactive duo of lactoferrin and Bioperine.
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