TRIHEPTANOIN

TRIHEPTANOIN

Posted by Ada Brown on Jan 12, 2017 8:47 am

TRIHEPTANOIN is used in the in the alleviation of ventricular hypertrophy and to improve myocardial glucose oxidation and to treat inherited metabolic diseases; Skin conditioning; Surfactants; Viscosity controlling agents. Do you have any experiece regarding it?

Re: TRIHEPTANOIN

Posted by Yasmin Hussain on Jun 19, 2020 12:00 pm

From what I read, triheptanoin was initially for patients with long‐chain fatty acid oxidation disorders. The they discovered that it was able to correct bioenergetics in the brain of patients with Huntington disease!

Re: TRIHEPTANOIN

Posted by Christine Cole on Jan 5, 2021 11:51 am

Here's what I've read about it: Triheptanoin is a triglyceride, a kind of fat, that is artificially produced. It is almost flavorless and colorless and is used as a medical food to treat certain metabolic disorders or disorders involving the body's energy production.  atlanta branding agency  testrx

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