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Ascorbyl palmitate (AP) is a bioactive, fat-soluble form of vitamin C that can reach tissue areas ascorbic acid cannot.63 Even though this form is purely synthetic and is not found in nature, it has been shown to be beneficial for protecting the lipid areas of the body from peroxidation.63-69 The lipophilic AP is able to cross biological barriers and satisfies the tissue demand for ascorbate better than the hydrophilic form. AP should be considered as the preferred form of transport of ascorbate into neural tissues.70,71
Technically, the ascorbic acid “part” of ascorbyl palmitate is only 42% of the total weight. Since ascorbyl palmitate and ascorbic acid work in entirely separate areas of the body, the concentration of ascorbic acid by weight has little relevance to the benefits of ascorbyl palmitate, so it has not been included in the product contents description.
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