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We've actually just switched out our Liver Hydrolysate for Prickly Pear so it is now completely 100% vegetarian :)
Flyby
Seller · December 4, 2017
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Great question. Right off the bat, it seems like Morning Recovery creates their products in Asia whereas Flyby is manufactured in a cGMP regulated and FDA compliant facility in California, USA.

They use Hovenia Dulcis / Rattan Tea and from what I know, these ingredients contain very little amounts of Dihydromyriceti… see more
Great question. Right off the bat, it seems like Morning Recovery creates their products in Asia whereas Flyby is manufactured in a cGMP regulated and FDA compliant facility in California, USA.

They use Hovenia Dulcis / Rattan Tea and from what I know, these ingredients contain very little amounts of Dihydromyricetin (DHM). DHM content for these ingredients usually ranges from 0.1-1% (You want to be looking for pure Dihydromyricetin).

Also, from what we can tell from their label, they use ingredients like Jujube Fruit Extract, L-Asparagine, L-Valine, and L-isolecine, and we haven’t seen any evidence in regard to these. They use cyanocobalamin, which is a chemically synthesized version of B12 and poorly absorbed. Their products also contain sugar, calories plus artificial flavors (none of which are included in Flyby).

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Great question. Right off the bat, it seems like Morning Recovery creates their products in Asia whereas Flyby is manufactured in a cGMP regulated and FDA compliant facility in California, USA.

They use Hovenia Dulcis / Rattan Tea and from what I know, these ingredients contain very little amounts of Dihydromyricetin (DHM). DHM content for these ingredients usually ranges from 0.1-1% (You want to be looking for pure Dihydromyricetin).

Also, from what we can tell from their label, they use ingredients like Jujube Fruit Extract, L-Asparagine, L-Valine, and L-isolecine, and we haven’t seen any evidence in regard to these. They use cyanocobalamin, which is a chemically synthesized version of B12 and poorly absorbed. Their products also contain sugar, calories plus artificial flavors (none of which are included in Flyby).

Hope this helps!

Flyby
Seller · September 5, 2018
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Compared to Drinkwel, the biggest differences are pricing, dosage amount and forms of ingredients.

Pricing wise, you're getting more bang for the buck with Flyby. … see more
Compared to Drinkwel, the biggest differences are pricing, dosage amount and forms of ingredients.

Pricing wise, you're getting more bang for the buck with Flyby.

We place a huge emphasis on the quality of ingredients, especially when it comes to our Milk Thistle and DHM. We only use the highest quality, most bioavailable forms (80% Silymarin and > 98% purity on DHM). Proprietary ingredients are listed by ingredient weight and with DHM being at the bottom of their list, there's definitely not a significant amount. With Flyby, you're getting more than 500mg of DHM per serving.

We've also got two great ingredients, Prickly Pear and Lotus Leaf which are extremely effective and have numerous of scientific studies done on them. see less
Compared to Drinkwel, the biggest differences are pricing, dosage amount and forms of ingredients.

Pricing wise, you're getting more bang for the buck with Flyby.

We place a huge emphasis on the quality of ingredients, especially when it comes to our Milk Thistle and DHM. We only use the highest quality, most bioavailable forms (80% Silymarin and > 98% purity on DHM). Proprietary ingredients are listed by ingredient weight and with DHM being at the bottom of their list, there's definitely not a significant amount. With Flyby, you're getting more than 500mg of DHM per serving.

We've also got two great ingredients, Prickly Pear and Lotus Leaf which are extremely effective and have numerous of scientific studies done on them.

Flyby
Seller · December 7, 2017
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Unfortunately we can't tell you the exact amount due to the proprietary nature of our formula but there's well over 500 mg per serving.
Flyby
Seller · December 4, 2017
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They center their formula around DHM, and we do too. I don't know where they're sourcing their DHM from, but we utilize a special form which is more effective and bioavailable than typical blends out there.

We both use NAC, Milk Thistle, and Prickly Pear but in higher quantities. We also have L-Theanine, Taurine, Pa… see more
They center their formula around DHM, and we do too. I don't know where they're sourcing their DHM from, but we utilize a special form which is more effective and bioavailable than typical blends out there.

We both use NAC, Milk Thistle, and Prickly Pear but in higher quantities. We also have L-Theanine, Taurine, Panax Ginseng and Spirulina in our formula, which all have some legitimate studies backing them.

So I'd say, it'll work just as well, if not better!

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They center their formula around DHM, and we do too. I don't know where they're sourcing their DHM from, but we utilize a special form which is more effective and bioavailable than typical blends out there.

We both use NAC, Milk Thistle, and Prickly Pear but in higher quantities. We also have L-Theanine, Taurine, Panax Ginseng and Spirulina in our formula, which all have some legitimate studies backing them.

So I'd say, it'll work just as well, if not better!

-Eddie, CEO & Founder

Flyby
Seller · May 5, 2018
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Hi Thomas,

We would not recommend removing the contents from the capsule and taking it with water as the taste may not be the most pleasant. We'd suggest mixing the powder into a smoothie or juice in order to mask the taste. … see more
Hi Thomas,

We would not recommend removing the contents from the capsule and taking it with water as the taste may not be the most pleasant. We'd suggest mixing the powder into a smoothie or juice in order to mask the taste.

- Flyby Customer Support Team see less
Hi Thomas,

We would not recommend removing the contents from the capsule and taking it with water as the taste may not be the most pleasant. We'd suggest mixing the powder into a smoothie or juice in order to mask the taste.

- Flyby Customer Support Team

Flyby
Seller · June 18, 2019
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There's over 500 mg per serving.
Flyby
Seller · December 11, 2017
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Yes, our product is gluten-free : )
Flyby
Seller · April 15, 2019
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We don't specifically formulate our product for jet lag but there may be some ingredients that can help.
Flyby
Seller · June 3, 2019