Sports Nutrition 232: Maximize Supplement Absorption, Fish Bones For Health, and More
April 4, 2016
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On this episode of Sports Nutrition with Ben Greenfield:
- Nutrient delivery mechanisms and absorption of supplements.
- How can we know if we’re getting the most from our pills and capsules? Are there common supplements that are better to get in non-pill form?
- Liposomal glutathione vs NAC pills
- Vitamin D/K2–liquid or pill form? We recommend Thorne’s brand.
- Vitamin injections/IV’s
- Bitter melon extract as an insulin mimetic. Could it be used to speed up carb re-loading e.g. between heavy endurance sessions? Would you be able to store more glycogen in a short time using bitter melon as opposed to relying on insulin / GLUT4 alone?
- Does eating fish bones and / or egg shells have any health value, i.e. a good source of calcium?
- Debate over stevia. Are small amounts in products like UCAN ok?
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