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If that weren’t enough, the new effervescent (e) matrix that completes the RDe ™ delivery formula ensures an additional 30% bioavailability of the active hormone for a near perfect 99% use of the active compound – the most efficient oral prohormone ever introduced to the market.
Where did the effervescent delivery matrix idea come from anyway
Honestly – we stumbled upon our new bioavailability-enhancing absorption technology when we formulated Pump Fixx’s™ Energy Flare technology™ – an effervescent matrix used to help agitate and then self stir our preworkout powder launched two years ago. The exact ingredients we used in Pump Fixx™ showed up in a big pharma study early this year conclusively proving stimulant and steroidal structures have a 30% increase in bioavailability when combined with specific effervescent formulas.
Update 3/22: Tyler Ellis, an astronomy graduate student working with Tabetha Boyajian, updated Gizmodo via email this weekend to let us know that the follow-up response has so far been “pretty extensive.” For photometry (counting light particles being emitted in different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum) observers at the Los Cumbres Global Observatory and the KELT planet hunting network are viewing the star in optical, while the SWIFT ultraviolet space telescope, the Subaru telescope, and the Large Binocular Telescope are studying its infrared glow. Other collaborators are doing spectroscopy, trying to figure out which areas of the spectrum, exactly, are dimming. Still others are attempting to measure the polarization of light emitted by Tabby’s star, which can help determine whether the dimming is caused by something in the interstellar medium.