HyaluWell Plus® is a food supplement composed of Hyaluronic Acid at 200,000 Da in Liquid Sodium Hyaluronate, highly concentrated, which is taken sublingually through the practical spray dispenser and acts by lymphatic absorption, thus avoiding burdening the hepatic system.
Compared to the traditional systems mentioned above, the supplements, suitably formulated with Sublingual Spray technology, have:
-Faster absorption speed
-More efficacy (amount of nutrient actually available to the body)
-They need a smaller amount of nutrient for the same benefit.
-Possibility of integrating multiple nutrients in the same product, and therefore exploit the synergistic effects of multiple nutrients
-Possibility to establish a much more precise dosage to optimize efficacy
-More shelf life and resistance to atmospheric agents. In particular for drinks that must be stored in the refrigerator after opening and must be consumed in a short time due to the oxidative processes of the air.
-More comfort of use. They are ready to use and therefore do not require preparation (dissolve the sachet in water), water (to swallow the capsule), glass for drinks, shaker for smoothies. The small size of the dispenser means that it can be carried in a pocket or handbag.
By traditional systems I mean those commonly used, that is: Pills, Capsules, Sachets (to be dissolved in water), Drinks, Smoothies or Shakers. These systems all have one thing in common, they must be ingested.
What happens after ingestion?
The supplement reaches the stomach and finds: a highly acidic environment (pH 1-2), food or food residues, enzymes. The nutrients contained in the supplement interact with the environment and are partly lost (degraded). Some nutrients begin to be absorbed through the stomach wall, others to be absorbed must reach the intestine where they meet: Strong basicity (opposite of acidity), enzymes, partially digested food, intestinal flora. Also in this case they can undergo interactions that can partly degrade them or partially inhibit their absorption by the walls of the intestine. It is estimated that no more than 30-35% of the nutrient can be absorbed with this delivery system.