What are Liposomes?

Liposomes are nano-sized bubbles with an external shell comprised of healthy lipids (fats) and a hallow liquid center. Liposomes we have developed can be loaded with supplemental substances, like vitamin C, which is what we used in a 2012 study at Colorado State University.

When we ingest dietary supplements, high doses of them can be absorbed into the body via the intestinal tract. However, significant amounts of the supplements get destroyed by the digestive system before it has a chance to be absorbed.

What is Liposomal Delivery?

I and a team of researchers at Valimenta have developed a method to use liposomes as a method to better deliver nutritional supplements. An external layer of liposome shields keeps stomach acids and liver enzymes from destroying nutrients before your body can absorb them. Medical research studies support our findings and have proven that liposomal delivery supports the absorption of nourishment.

Read the original article from Supplement Police here.