by Briana McDonald

( Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, meaning that our body does not store it and does not make it on its own like other mammals. We have to make sure that we are taking in adequate amounts each day in our diet and through supplementation if we are battling a serious infection or illness. There are various forms of Vitamin C which can be taken, such as Ascorbic Acid, L-Ascorbic Acid, Sodium Ascorbate, Calcium Ascorbate, Potassium Ascorbate, Magnesium Ascorbate, Zinc Ascorbate, etc… The best way to get more into your bloodstream at once without the side effects often associated with mega doses of oral Vitamin C (like diarrhea), is through liposomal molecular encapsulation of Vitamin C. Liposomal Vitamin C supercharges the immune system like no other vitamin.

The reason liposomes are so effective for delivering higher doses of Vitamin C to the bloodstream is because of the vegetable fat; i.e. sunflower lecithin, in which Vitamin C molecules are encapsulated by an ultra-sonic process. “Much of our biological chemistry is based around water and fat solubility. Just as water and oil do not mix there are challenges involved with bringing a water soluble nutrient into a fat soluble matrix such as the cell membranes…”. (1) Liposomes are fat soluble encapsulation vehicles that more efficiently carry nutrients to the body’s cells.

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