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Liposome Technology: The New Gold Standard in Nutrient Delivery?

by Gerald Weissman, June 2015, Return2health.net  

Liposomes can deliver important molecules to different parts of your body by fusing with other bilayers like the cell membranes of your cells. Upon fusion, delivery of contents into the cells follows. To date, there are 13 pharmaceutical drugs that use the liposomal delivery system. This list of drugs includes antifungals, anticancer drugs, vaccines, pain relievers and hormones. 

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Why Liposomal Encapsulation Technology (LET) is the Future of Vitamins

by Amadean Wellness Center, January 2018, amadean.com 

Liposomal vitamins are taken similarly to traditional vitamins or supplements. However, with traditional vitamins the digestive system acts by dissolving the supplement to free the nutrient, destroying a part of it in the process, and leaving only a small portion of the bioavailable nutrient, as many studies on traditional vitamins indicate.

In addition, traditional supplements need time to break up the nutrient, and energy is wasted in the process. Oral consummation is considered the most convenient method, but contrary to conventional vitamins, the substantial amount of the liposomal vitamins is preserved. Consequently, liposomal delivery offers the highest bioavailability rate, which results in significantly higher absorption than traditional vitamins, up to 5 times that.

Studies show the delivery rate of only 10-20% of the traditionally delivered vitamin is available after being broken down and digested. On the other hand, up to 90% of the nutrient reaches the bloodstream via liposomal delivery.

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Liposomal Encapsulation Technology Enhances Fatigue Treatment

by Michael Lam, MD, MPH and Dorine Lam, RDN, MS, MPH, 2016, drlam.com

Liposomal Encapsulation Technology (LET) is the newest delivery method used by medical researchers to transfer drugs that act as healing promoters to the definite body organs. This form of delivery system offers targeted delivery of vital compounds to the body. It has been in existence since the early 70’s. Due to the excellent transference capability of LET, some manufacturers of topical moisturizers and beauty products have patronized it.

The astounding effects and advantages derived from LET is why a number of nutritional companies are now utilizing this technique in the oral delivery of dietary supplements.

The advantage of LET over the others is that it allows a nutrient to carry power packed and non-decomposed natural compounds to pinpointed tissues and organs. Even though doses are reduced 5 to 15 times less than normal supplement intake, the delivery system’s effectiveness is not changed. This reduction is both medically and economically significant. 

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The Remarkable Health Benefits of Liposomal Vitamin C

by David Jockers DC, MS, CSCS, revised January 2018, organiclifestylemagazine.com 

Vitamin C is one of the most widely recognized and used anti-oxidants in the world.   This anti-oxidant plays a critical role in helping the immune system, joints, and arteries heal and function properly.  Liposomal vitamin C is a technological breakthrough in nutrient assimilation and offers incredible health benefits.

Much of our physiology is based on the movement of electrons from one compound to another.  Unstable molecules that are missing an electron are called free radicals and they are catabolic to the body.  These free radicals are formed in a cycle called oxidative stress that creates damage and instability in cells, tissues, and organs in the body.  Vitamin C is an anti-oxidant that acts to donate an electron to neutralize free radicals and restore peace and harmony to the body.

Vitamin C plays an important role in the health and function of the immune cells.  White blood cells depend upon vitamin C in order to survive and withstand the attack of pathogens and free radicals.  Vitamin C also plays an important role as an antihistamine and reduces inflammatory conditions associated with colds, fevers, flu’s, and allergies.

High doses of vitamin C are even more important when large cancerous growths already exist within the body.  Oral vitamin C helps to keep the immune system strong and empowers it to destroy the cancer.

Vitamin C helps reduce infections and other forms of oxidative stress that affect these blood vessels.  It also prevents the oxidation of cholesterol in the bloodstream.

Vitamin C also improves lung function and overall oxygenation within the body.  Asthmatics tend to have a higher need for vitamin C and doses of 2000 mg per day lessen the body’s production of histamine and lung associated inflammation.

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More Potency and Less Expense than IV Mega Dose Vitamin C

by Paul Fassa, October 2013, naturalnews.com 

Liposomal vitamin C is a lipid encapsulation of ascorbic acid granules that delivers more vitamin C to cells orally than even mega-dose intravenous (IV) vitamin C. At first, vitamin C expert Dr. Thomas Levy found this hard to believe, even as clinical results were being achieved.

Then he analyzed liposomal C to discover that, although IVC delivers more vitamin C into the bloodstream than orally ingesting vitamin C, not all of it permeated tissue cells.

It's estimated that maybe 20% of IV vitamin C volume gets into cells, while 90% of liposomal C permeates tissue on a cellular level. Vitamin C is water soluble, and cell walls are fatty. Liposomal C is a lipid (fatty substance) encapsulated on a molecular level.

This enables higher oral dosed vitamin C to permeate cells while not overwhelming bowel thresholds. 

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La forme puissante de la vitamine C liposomale et du glutathion

by Michel, le 28 septembre 2017

Il est intéressant de relayer l’écho des études faites sur les propriétés de la vitamine C et du glutathion qui affirment que celui qui a un taux élevé de vitamine C dans le sang vit deux fois plus longtemps que celui qui en a moins. On avance même que les taux élevés de vitamine C liposomale dans le sang aurait un impact bénéfique sur le risque de mortalité, de l’ordre de 50%.

Le glutathion est une protéine naturelle que l’homme produit et qui est le meilleur capteur de groupements chimiques oxydants. C’est pourquoi on l’appelle « le maître antioxydant ». Cette protéine protège les cellules et les organes contre la maladie. C’est la déficience en glutathion qui entraîne l’apparition des maladies associées au vieillissement. En effet, le taux de glutathion diminue au fur et à mesure que l’individu vieillit.

Auparavant, le problème qu’on ne pouvait que rarement éviter est l’oxydation de la vitamine C avec l’oxygène. Désormais, l’encapsulation permet de stabiliser et de protéger la vitamine C dans le milieu où il est absorbé. Concevoir une vitamine C liposomale est aujourd’hui un procédé que la recherche technologique a relativement simplifié. Les bulles microscopiques de liposomes mettent la vitamine C à l’abri des enzymes de la salive et des sucs gastriques qui le dégradent. Les liposomes utilisés sont conçus à partir de phospholipides extraits de lécithine de soja. A noter que ces liposomes sont de l’ordre de 0,3 à 0,4 micromètre de diamètre.

La Technologie d’Encapsulation Liposomale (LET) met en œuvre aussi bien la nanotechnologie que la biotechnologie, car, non seulement les liposomes protègent la vitamine C et le glutathion contre les conditions agressives de l’environnement, mais ils délivrent aussi ces éléments sur la partie du corps qui en a besoin. Jusqu’alors, aucun système n’a pu délivrer une telle quantité de vitamine non dégradée à la fois pour la rendre biodisponible.

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