This blog post (BAIBA: New Weight Loss Ingredient Generates Exercise in a Pill?!) mentions the successful studies on BAIBA in mice used a dosage of .016 grams per kg body weight in mice, which the recommended dose for humans is based on. But most of the studies I’ve seen on BAIBA (including some cited in the blog post) used 100 mg per kg which should be .1 gram rather than .01 grams. Unless the 100 mg per kg refers to the concentration of BAIBA in the mice’s drinking water rather than the amount given to them by body weight, aren’t the recommended doses of it off by a factor of 10? Im not sure where the .016 gram per kg bodyweight number came from.
Congratulations on the new Baiba (Moira Rose voice)
I’m approximately 78% sure that .016g/kgBW is not the surface area adjusted figure, and that the authors gave you the dosages that have been bodyweight and surface area adjusted for practical applications. At least that’s what I would have done when I was writing here so that’s my best guess