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Vitamin CLypo Spheric Vitamin C, a form of vitamin c, is created by combining vitamin c with phospholipids utlizing state-of-the-art Liposomal Encapsulation Technology (LET). The result is a spherical capsule that protects the material within, in this case vitamin c. These spheres that surround the vitamin c, also known as liposomes (and hence the term), dramatically raise the bioavailability of the vitamin not only in the bloodstream but in the body's cells as well. This mode of vitamin c delivery is highly efficient as it is able to maneuver past the absorption barriers in the body[1].

Lypo spheric vitamin c was developed out of the need to avail the same amount of vitamin to the body without having to do it in huge doses. Clinical trials have established that by the time vitamin c from sources such as pills is absorbed in the small intestine, it has already been degraded by various processes such as the manufacturing of enzymes and digestive juices in the body. The overall bioavailability of the vitamin is thus compromised. This requires higher dosage levels to achieve the higher levels of it in the body.

These micorspheres full of vitamin c are thus able to effectively navigate and assimilate seamlessly through the small intestine thus eliminating the need for digestive activity. As the lypo spherical vitamin c passes through the body, its protective covering is stripped off and the vitamin is properly absorbed into the cells of the body. This leaves the vitamin c to freely navigate throughout the body thus making more of the nutrient more available. Studies have shown the level of bioavailability of the vitamin at levels akin to having the same injected. The latest advances in LET can actually target the specific areas of the body where the compound is required[2].

Lypo spherical vitamin c, therefore, presents numerous advantages. First is that it comes sealed in its own enviroment thus protecting it from elements that could degrade it before it reaches its intended target. Second, the liposomal covering of the the vitamin c molecules makes the molecules virtually impervious to outside conditions, hence it cannot be destroyed by digestive enzymes found in the digestive tract. Third, there is no gastric intestinal upset leading to effects such as diarrhoea as happens when one floods their system with other forms of vitamin c in order to realise an adequate amount. Lastly, and as mentioned herein, the lypo spherical vitamin c quickly traverses the blood stream and is quickly circulated throughout the body resulting in not only adequate vitamin bioavailability where needed, but alsoall of the beneficial aspects that the vitamin itself has been shown to provide.

Vitamin C has long been acknowledged as a feerless free radical fighter in the body and there is no system, organ or cell in the body that does not derive immense benefits from its supply in abundance. Lypo spherical vitamin c thus meets the challenge that the digestive system provides as the latter was not designed to digest and distribute large doses of vitamin c in any form. It promotes health, anti-aging and general well being.

To sustain life, the body needs certain organic compounds that are known as vitamins. Vitamin C comes from the category of water soluble vitamins. It helps with rapid wound healing and contributes to various enzymatic reactions. It also boosts immunity, has antioxidant qualities and plays a key role in the collagen building process.

[1] Parmentier J, Thewes B, Gropp F, Fricker G. Oral peptide delivery by tetraether lipid liposomes, Int J Pharm. 2011 Aug 30;415(1-2):150-7.
[2] Torchilin VP. Multifunctional nanocarriers. Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2006 Dec 1;58(14):1532-55. Epub 2006 Sep 28.