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Vitamin c supplements and bio availability

Discover a brand new way of taking your vitamins that may revolutionize how people ingest their nutrients.

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Vitamin c supplements and bio availability

  1. 1. The efficacy of every nutrient our body absorbs is measured in terms of its bio-availability. Thismeans, out of a given amount of any nutrient, how much of the nutrient is actually available tothe bloodstream and hence the cells within it. There are many factors that influence bio-availability, including age, overall health, medical conditions, and dosage. Some people thinkthat “more is better,” but emerging science suggests this may not, in fact, be the case. One studyshowed that at 20mg of ingested, non-liposome-encapsulated Vitamin C, 19mg were absorbedinto the blood stream, resulting in a bio-availability of over 95%. But when the dose wasincreased to 12,000mg, only 1,920mg was absorbed, for a bio-availability of 16%.Another study by the National Institutes of Health suggests another restriction on bio-availability. According to this study, the body can only absorb up to a maximum of 200mg. Therest of the nutrient is directed to the colon and excreted. Excess vitamin C can result in crampsand diarrhea, among other unpleasant symptoms.But bio-availability is just one part of getting the vitamin C to the cells that need it most. Theother part is called “active transport.” With non-encapsulated vitamin C, the transport processbegins in the small intestine and relies on proteins called sodium-dependent vitamin C co-transporters (SVCTs). A lack of these proteins equates to a lack of vitamin C absorption andtransport within the body.Liposome-encapsulated vitamin C (such as Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C) overcomes these problems.Because of their small size and composition, the vitamin C is passively absorbed into theintestinal membrane and from there into the bloodstream, making it more readily available to thebody. And because of the liposome coating, the vitamin can get past the cellular membrane farmore easily and efficiently, to deliver its payload of nutrients directly where it’s needed the most.
  2. 2. There are lots of ways to get vitamin C: green leafy foods, fruits, vegetables, pills, powders, andsupplements. An injection of vitamin C will give you 100% bioavailability, but no one wants tohave to be injected every day to get the benefit of vitamin C. Liposome-encapsulated vitamin Cmakes this important nutrient more efficiently dispersed through your body, making it anefficacious and easy way to get more of the benefits that are the reason you take vitamin C in thefirst place.Discover leading vitamin C supplements and locations where you can buy Vitamin C online inits liposome-encapsulated form.

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