Liposomal Vitamin C
Many people do not understand that the human body only absorbs about one third of water-soluble vitamins. For example, taking a 100 mg dose of Vitamin C leaves your body absorbing about 30 mg. The remainder is excreted through the urine. How can we get around this conundrum? The answer is Liposomal emulsion.
Scientists have been confounded with this problem for decades. They started using intravenous drips of the vitamin around the late 1970’s, and although the amounts entering the bloodstream were adequate, there remained difficulty getting the Vitamin C molecule through the complex lipid cell wall matrix. It is inside the cell where this vitamin is needed most to aid respiration, quench free radicals, and support mitochondria function. Because C is a water soluble vitamin, the lipid pathways that transport nutrients in and wastes out, are not set up to pair up and carry it through.
Get The C Where It Needs To Be
They came up with the idea of using fat-soluble Vitamin E with the C in the hope that they could trick the cell into accepting it. Vitamin E and A are fat-soluble vitamins. Some alternative cancer doctors came up with another idea. What if they could micronize the lecithin molecule, and dissolve ascorbic acid-C in medical grade distilled water… they could produce an elegant version of fat-soluble C capable of navigating the electrically charged cell-wall matrix.
The idea worked so well, they discovered more C than even intravenous injection was getting into the cell… almost 100% of the dose! There was a collective thrill among the researchers. The discovery opened up new possibilities, giving hope to those with advanced-stage cancers.
The process is quite simple, but the lecithin must be from sunflower seed, needs to be organic powdered, and the distilled water must be glass bottle sourced. I add selenium and trans-resveratrol to my formula – plus organic Meyer lemon bioflavonoids. I also add a tablespoon of high-grade organic grain alcohol to each quarter cup dose – it helps with vasodilation of capillaries, allowing the Vitamin C to reach deep into the more peripheral tissues.
To summarize, Vitamin C, Lecithin – Phosphatidyl Choline, Resveratrol, Melatonin, Reduced Glutathione, and Vitamin E – to name a few – are the most powerful antioxidant agents we know of to date. Everyone would do well to have these in the household as a sort of personalized natural medicine vitamin shop.