“Updating to a liposomal supplement is like making the switch from a rotary phone to the iPhone 6.”
To really grasp just how incredible liposomal technology is, it will help you to have some perspective on where it came from.
Approaching the middle of the 19th century, in the heart of France, two men began quietly experimenting with a medicine dropper, gelatin and an iron tray, to invent the first vitamin pill known to the modern world.
The year was 1834, and Joseph Dublanc, alongside François Mothès, had lit the fuse to set off an explosion of what would someday be a 60 billion dollar a year industry: nutritional supplements.
Almost 200 years have passed, and the majority of our vitamins are still being made using the same basic, primitive method. The simple idea was to mask the taste of the medicinal chemicals which doctors would give to their patients, in the form of an easy-to-swallow tablet.
Vitamin C has proven effective at assisting our bodies to ward off illnesses and generally promoting a healthy immune system. Many people need to be getting between 65 and 90 mg of vitamin C a day, but some take as much as 1,000 to 2,000 mg a day in an effort to boost the immune system. Why is this? Interestingly, many supplemental products don’t contain the necessary additives to allow the vitamin to be properly absorbed in the body. The answer to properly metabolizing vitamin C (and other valuable nutrients) lies in solubility.
Many people are needlessly wasting money when purchasing vitamin C supplements. This is because their spending is inefficient. There are two reasons this happens. First, customers are not taking vitamin C with a carrier, which help molecules that allow certain nutrients to be absorbed into the body. The second reason is dietary. Vitamin C exists in a variety of foods.
The two well known buzz words in the conversation about anti-aging supplements are: collagenand free radicals.
Collagen, a fibrous protein, is the key building block of skin, bone, tendons, joints and all other connective tissue. It’s what gives everything in your body its strength and elasticity – from your arteries to the skin on your face.
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