Does NTFactor work similarly to plasmalogens?

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Does NTFactor work similarly to plasmalogens?

Postby DebbieG » Tue Jun 23, 2020 7:34 pm

Hi,

I recently tried Ari Whitten's Energenesis (https://www.theenergyblueprint.com/energenesis-new/) product. I had been having a problem with word-finding and slow recall, and after I used it for a couple of weeks I noticed these issues were much better. I might have also been more consistent in my use of Alpha GPC and P-5-P during this time but am not sure.

Energenesis has 23 ingredients, one of which is NTFactor (https://ntfactor.com/the-science/what-is-ntfactor/). This link says that NTFactor:

"... is a unique combination that allows the healthy phospholipids to stay intact during ingestion and transport through the body. It contains “friendly bacteria” or probiotics that create a stable environment in the gut that helps the healthy lipids be absorbed in the digestive tract and to travel through the body without being degraded. It also contains some growth media that enhances the colonization of probiotics and antioxidants that neutralize free radicals before they can attack and degrade the healthy phospholipids."

It seems like it might have the same effect as plasmalogens, though relying on probiotics to get through the digestive tract seems less a sure thing than the engineered plasmalogen molecule.

Has anyone used NTFactor, or understand if it has the same effect as plasmalogens?

Debbie

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