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Liposomal Vitamin C, a Nano Solution for Knee Health: New Information about Liposomes
Vitamin C Can Support Knee Health
PuraTHRIVE® Liposomal Vitamin C As a Dietary Supplement
The image below shows a comparison among standard vitamin C supplements, intravenous vitamin C and PuraTHRIVE Liposomal Vitamin C. It is interesting to observe that PuraTHRIVE Liposomal Vitamin C represents the best compromise between the efficiency of an intravenous supplement and the affordability and easy-administration of standard pills of vitamin C.
6 Reasons Why a Liposomal Vitamin Is the Best Choice for Your Health
As we’ve noted, using liposomal technology allows the vitamins, nutrients or even medicines to be protected during digestion. That way, it’s absorbed through the intestines where it is most bioavailable. It’s not how much Vitamin C you take, it’s how much your body absorbs!
The key issue in Vitamin C products is Vitamin C bioavailability, which is the key to your health. In order to get the benefits of Vitamin C, you need to get the best absorption. And Liposomal delivery is the most convenient way for you to get Vitamin C.
Truth is, people have good reason to question whether traditional vitamin and minerals products are useful to your body, or are they just “expensive pee”? Too often stomach acid may destroy vitamins during digestion.
More Efficient, So It’s Just as If not More Affordable
While pills and capsules are relatively affordable, if you’re body can’t absorb them, what’s the point of taking them? So because it’s so efficient, Liposomal Vitamin C is just as affordable if not more, than regular supplements. This means your vitamin C levels will be optimized. See below for details. While price is a little higher, when you take into account that it’s more efficient for your body, it’s a better value.
No Artificial Ingredients
Binders and fillers are often used in tablets, that have no nutritive value, and may even cause health problems down the line. (1) Purathrive does not use such ingredients.
Non GMO and Allergen Free
With all the concern about the long term health effects of GMOs and with concerns about allergic reactions, Liposomal Vitamin C does not have these issues.
Since this supplement is in liquid form, you can use it alone, since it has a pleasant flavor, in a glass of water, or in a smoothie or other dish. However, it has a short shelf life if you don’t refrigerate it….so be sure to keep it cool in the fridge after opening the bottle.
I don’t know about you, but more than once, I’ve swallowed a Vitamin C tablet, and it got stuck in my throat. I couldn’t swallow it and couldn’t spit it out! It took about 15 minutes and some soda to dissolve it enough for it to go down! Not good!
Since it’s liquid, liposomal Vitamin C avoids this problem. And besides in the rare instance of taking Vitamin C intravenously, that is by iv injection, usually in a hospital, that also implies some inconvenience or pain. This makes liposomes an excellent delivery system for your body.
This innovative product is a safe, non-GMO, biodegradable and effective liquid source of vitamin C which is indispensable for knee health and more in general for our body well being.
Especially useful, if you are under stress, …a smoker, over 65
Although PuraTHRIVE® Liposomal vitamin C is great for the entire family, it can be especially useful, if you are
- Under stress or
- If you are a smoker, over 65 years of age, or you just want to prevent deficiency or protect your immunity (after consulting a physician, practitioner)
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This is the product for you!
Purathrive Liposomal Vitamin C
Ingredients like citrus oils and vanilla extracts (non-GMO) make PuraTHRIVE Liposomal Vitamin C a pleasant-tasting liquid supplement. The serving dose is 15 ml (1000 mg of ascorbic acid) and it is also possible to mix it into any liquid such as smoothies but it is important to not exceed the dosage.
Although vitamin C as ascorbic acid is not believed to cause serious adverse effects in case of high intakes (more than 2000 mg/day) complaints are usually diarrhea, nausea and abdominal cramps, this issue is still a matter of discussion.
PuraTHRIVE Liposomal vitamin C is a dietary liquid supplement and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease –
However, vitamin C supplementation aids, not only knee health but also heart health, to boost the immune system and for other essential physiological processes of our body. Among the plethora of supplements, liposomal vitamin C, and in particular PuraTHRIVE Liposomal Vitamin C, by bringing together the best of standard supplements and infusion, represents a revolutionary liquid source of vitamin C both in terms of efficiency, safety and cost-effectiveness, and it is also non-GMO!
What is Liposomal Vitamin C?
Liposomal Vitamin C vs. Vitamin C
Liposomal Vitamin C is a vitamin c supplement that does not use capsules or tablets, which often contain sodium ascorbate or other forms of buffering, but a liquid. Liposomes are phospholipids, which is a fancy word for ‘fatty acids’, that cover the Vitamin C as it passes through your stomach and digestive system. This makes its absorption rate increase, so you get its full benefits. It’s easier to take, since you can just add it to water or your favorite drink, or add it to your food (provided it’s not served hot, which negates the benefits of the liposomal factor.)
Is Liposomal Vitamin C Easier on the Stomach?
Liposomal Vitamin C side effects are minimal.
If you have ever taken Vitamin C in large doses, you may have noticed some irritation, such as diarrhea, caused by the fact that Vitamin C is actually Ascorbic Acid. It’s its acid quality that causes irritation. So covering each molecule of Vitamin C ascorbic acid with a liposomal phospholipid layer, prevents the acid from irritating your stomach. Plus, the Vitamin C itself improves iron absorption. Iron is a key component in you red blood cells.(**)
Liposomal Vitamin C supplement is more efficient, so you don’t need to take as much.
Is Liposomal Vitamin C Really Better?
Liposomal Vitamin C is easier on your stomach, more easily absorbed than other forms of vitamin C
What Does Liposomal Mean?
Liposomal technology makes use of phospholipids, that is, naturally occuring fatty acids. The phospholipid bilayer protects the vitamin c or other factor as it passes through your digestive system. When it reaches your intestines, it passes through your cell membranes so your body can absorb it better. This makes it one of the best vitamin c transporters, compared with buffered forms of vitamin c, such as sodium ascorbate.
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Thanks for Reading!
Valentina Colapicchioni, Ph. D.
Valentina Colapicchioni, Ph. D.
I am a Scientific Writer and Researcher in Chemical Sciences. I am Italian but I live in Switzerland, the land of chocolate!
I am driven by the passion to not only produce great Science but also render it accessible to a wide audience. For that reason, I created a scientific blog where I address issues of common interest by communicating in an engaging manner that both academic and non-expert audiences can easily understand. Follow me at https://vale-colapicchioni.medium.com/!
As a researcher I have been working in several academic institutions across Europe: CNR – National Research Council (Italy), Centre for Life Nano Science (CLNS@Sapienza) at the Italian Institute of Technology- IIT, Centre for BioNano Interactions (CBNI) at the University College Dublin (Ireland) and the University of Rome La Sapienza where I took an active role in several research projects.
Part of my research is focused on preparative nano-chemistry for diverse range of biomedical applications including development of organic (liposomes, polymers, etc). and inorganic nanoplatforms (silica, quantum dots, etc.) for targeted delivery of drugs, genes and vitamins.
My work aimed at better understanding the interactions of liposome-based nanoparticles with biological fluids after their introduction in the bloodstream. I have also developed several liposome formulations with a distinct skill in killing human prostate and breast cancer cells.
My areas of research are Nanomedicine, Liposomes, Nanoparticle Synthesis and Characterisation, Bio-Nano Interactions, Proteomics, Cancer Therapy, Organic Micropollutants, Chemical Sciences.
Scientific blog: https://vale-colapicchioni.medium.com/
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