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Your store for liquid nutritional supplements

Nutritional supplements are available in many different forms: As tablets, capsules, powders or even in liquid form. And these are just the most popular of all dosage forms. Liquid supplements definitely have some advantages over other forms and are the better choice in certain situations.

At Energybody you will find liquid supplements for every need and in high quality - including essential amino acids for muscle building, collagen with and without C vitamins and magnesium for a healthy lifestyle, L-carinitine for controlled weight loss and BCAA amino acids that contain no animal ingredients and are therefore particularly suitable for vegans.

Advantages of liquids over capsules and tablets

Classic examples of food supplements in solid form include vitamin capsules, which are available in all forms - be it vitamin D, vitamin D3, vitamin B or vitamin E. Omega-3 fish oil capsules or zinc tablets are also popular solid supplements. And capsules and tablets are particularly helpful when it comes to a very precise dosage of nutrients - and above all, they are quick to use. However, they also have one rather unpleasant side effect: they are difficult to consume. Many people find it difficult to swallow capsules or pills. Food supplements in liquid form are a perfect alternative: easy to swallow, yet highly precise in terms of dosage and generally very well and easily tolerated by the body.

Liquid food supplements vs. supplements in powder form

Many food supplements are now offered in powder form - be it amino acids, creatine, minerals or even carbohydrates and boosters. And in some situations, there is no other choice. Creatine, for example, is not stable in liquids. After just a few days in liquid form, it breaks down into creatinine - a catabolic substance that the body simply excretes via the kidneys. Powder, capsules or pills are therefore the first choice here and liquid creatine is only a good idea in a few exceptional cases. The problem with powdered supplements, however, is very often the correct dosage and practical preparation. Even if you use a kitchen scale to measure out the powder, it may no longer be completely homogeneous. This means that individual ingredients may settle out. And as I said, in some cases this cannot be avoided. Good food supplement liquides, on the other hand, are very stable in their composition and have been tested for homogeneity. What's more, unlike most solid food supplements, they do not contain any additives, which are necessary for the capsule shell of pills, for example.

Liquids are usually ready to use

This is one of the biggest advantages of liquid food supplements: They are usually[nbsp]Ready to Use, meaning they are suitable for direct consumption. Liquid products are usually filled in bottles or as ampoules, shots or ready-made solutions that simply need to be dosed. Good examples of this are liquid amino acids, liquid collagen and magnesium in ampoule form. Optimally dosed and simply open and drink. Unlike solid food supplements, no additional liquid is required, no shaker - nothing. Perfect for the sports bag or for on the go.

But liquid supplements are not only practical in terms of use. The body also benefits from their high bioavailability. This means that it can absorb the nutrients and minerals they contain almost completely. This is because the body needs the active ingredients of a food supplement in liquid form in order to be able to absorb them. Capsules and tablets take a long time to break down, whereas liquid active ingredients can usually be absorbed in less than a minute.