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Riboflavin 5 Phosphate

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Branston, Mar 17, 2013.

  1. Branston

    Branston

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    Could anyone recommend a brand of r5p to try, please?
     
  2. ahmo

    ahmo Senior Member

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    I've been using Thorne 2-3 months. Seems fine. Can't compare it to others.
     
  3. SJB944

    SJB944 Senior Member

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    Used Thorne no problems. But I prefer I use the sublingual Coenzymated b2 from Source Naturals.
     
  4. dbkita

    dbkita Senior Member

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    Thorne is good. The Source natural sublingual is good is you can manage the mannitol, etc. But r5p sodium is highly orally bioavailable so your choice.
     
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    Lotus97 Senior Member

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    I like source naturals' because it's in tablet form so I can cut it up and divide the doses throughout the day. I suppose if you're taking the entire tablet/capsule multiple times a day then it wouldn't matter.
     
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    I've been taking regular Riboflavin (100mg), and now I'm switching to Riboflavin 5-Phosphate. It seems like the Riboflavin 5-Phosphate capsules are much lower dosage. Any idea what's a dosage of R5P that compares to 100mg of plain Riboflavin?

    Also, is it better to take R5P than Riboflavin? I'm switching because I'm assuming it is better, but I wonder if there are reasons why one would want to stick with plain Riboflavin.
     

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