Transdermal

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Transdermal: means to transport a substance into the body using the skin, blood and lymphatic circulatory systems as the access and delivery vehicles.

Transdermal application of bio-friendly substances into the body is an effective and useful way to get the job done without burdening the entire system via the oral, GI tract pathway.

For instance; vitamin B-12 can be supplied directly to the body via transdermal application without limiting factors normally associated with B-12 uptake, such as: intrinsic factor secretion and insufficient stomach acid levels.

Young Again Protocols make use of transdermal application of important nutrients.

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