Vital C liposomal delivery system optimizes the bioavailability of the vitamin C with its liposomal format.
Vitamin C is an antioxidant which plays a critical role in helping the immune system, joints and arteries start to heal and start to function properly.
Vital Liposomal vitamin C is wrapped in microscopic double layered bubbles made of essential phospholipids that transport the vitamin into the bloodstream and cells. The phospholipids delivered together with the vitamin C nourish the membranes of the cells, ensuring proper function for the absorption of nutrients and the excretion of cellular waste products and toxins.
Vitamin C is difficult to absorb in high doses as it is water soluble, so your body cannot store adequate amounts by excreting the excess. Liposomal vitamin C offers a better way to absorb vitamin C as it is bypassing the digestive action
- Sodium Ascorbate
- Organic non-GMO sunflower lecithin
- Seabuckthorn extract - natural preservative
- Xylitol, a birch plant derived sweetener healthier than normal sugar
- Citric acid
- Natural Orange flavouring
(No Alcohol, No Potassium Sorbate, No Artificial Flavourings, No Soya, No citric acid)
Take 5 ml twice a day, with a distance of 4 hour; do not take together with hot food - keep it in a cool and dark place and in the fridge after opening.
Liposomal Vitamin C is a technology breakthrough in nutrient assimilation and offers incredible health benefits. The 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 to the cells, tissues and organs of the body.
Liposomal Vitamin C is an antioxidant that acts to donate an electron to neutralize free radicals and restore peace and harmony in the body.
- Liposomal Vitamin C plays an important role in health and function of the immune cells, white blood cell which are dependent on Vitamin C in order to withstand the attack of free radicals and pathogens. Liposomal Vitamin C plays an important role as an antihistamine and reduces inflammatory conditions associated with cold, fevers, flu, upper respiratory tract infections and allergies.
- Liposomal Vitamin C plays also an important role in the production of collagen which is a major constituent in ligaments, bones, discs, tendons and skin.
- High dose Vitamin C has been shown to improve the healing process of burns, cuts wounds, sprains/strains and broken bones.
- Liposomal Vitamin C is extremely important for the health of eyes and many experts believe that as little as 1000mg of liposomal vitamin C daily may stop cataracts all together.
- Liposomal Vitamin C helps protect arterial walls throughout the body.
- Liposomal 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.
- Liposomal Vitamin C also improves blood sugar stability which is also important for people with heart disease and diabetes.
- Liposomal Vitamin C also oxygenates the blood improves lung function Asthmatics have a higher need for vitamin C in doses above 2000mg this lessens the bodies histamine and inflammation.
When a nutrient like vitamin C, is placed into a water-based solution, the phospholipids form this double layered bubble around the nutrient encapsulation it thus the term Liposomal encapsulation. The Liposomes give the vitamin C a liquid or gel like consistency because of this composition the Vitamin C can pass from the intestinal wall into the bloodstream.
The liposomes carry the Vitamin C to the cells. Due to their composition nearly matching that of the cell membrane, the liposome can assimilate into the cell and drop off the vitamin C where it is fully absorbed and where it is needed.
Therefore, when your intake traditional Vitamin C supplements you need transporter proteins (SCVT) to carry the vitamin C from the small intestine to the bloodstream. Then you need more transporter proteins to carry it from the bloodstream to the cells. The problem occurs when you do not have enough transporter proteins, so when you take a large dose of vitamin C from a regular supplement which is not Liposomal the Vitamin C cannot get a ride on the transporter proteins and the vitamin gets stuck in the intestines where it is excreted.
This is why many people taking large doses of normal Vitamin C experience gastric upset; the rest of the vitamin C gets left behind in the bloodstream where it is excreted through the urine.
The liposomal vitamin C technology bypasses this restrictive nutrient transport system and offers a better way to absorb Vitamin C from oral supplementation.
We use only a natural preservant, the seabuckthorn which is adding further vitamins to our liposomal solution.
The Seabuckthorn (Hippophae Rhamnoides) is a shrub belonging to the oleaster family and it grows in most parts of Europe and Asia. His berries have a strong sour taste and are characterized by their richness in vitamins (A, B-group, C and E), minerals and phytochemicals. These substances are known for their antioxidant activity (radical scavengers).