Monolaurin, also known as glycerol monolaurate (GML), is a naturally occurring compound derived from lauric acid and glycerine, and found in coconut oil. Monolaurin has been used in research studying its effects on pathogens. Anecdotal reports indicate that Monolaurin supplementation may have noticeable benefits on the human immune system.
Lauric acid is found in coconut oil, milk and flesh, and also in human breast milk. When consumed, the body converts it into Monolaurin. However, researchers are still unsure about the efficacy of the body’s conversion of Lauric acid to Monolaurin, so it is not yet clear how much coconut you’d need to eat in order to get an active serving size of Monolaurin.
Monolaurin is also used in food preservation to prevent the growth of bacteria or fungus, although still with a somewhat limited scope. It is used as a surfactant in cosmetics.
Liftmode Monolaurin is HPLC verified to ≥90+% Monoglycerides (containing a total ≥56% monolaurin) packaged in a transparent, recloseable plastic jar with an integrated Safety Seal and Shrinkband.
Also included are the certificate of analysis for the individual Monolaurin batch and a 1.0 cc measuring scoop which measures approximately 500mg of Monolaurin.
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