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Re: 10-Undecenoic Acid vs. Calcium Undecylenate
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Re: 10-Undecenoic Acid vs. Calcium Undecylenate

Thank you for sharing your blog comments. You are correct on all accounts. First, that they are the same:

And the acidic environment issue. Appears Thorne has developed SF 742, in lieu of 722, with this concern in mind:

>>Undecyn has recently been reformulated and combines the undecylenic acid from SF722 (in a powdered form bound to calcium) with Berberine HCl and time-release Betaine HCl. The reason for the HCl is that the calcium undecylenate, although more potent than straight undecylenic acid, works better in an acidic environment.

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