Doctors and Experts Extol the Virtues of Liposomal Encapsulated Vitamin C
Dr. Milne tells the readers of PC Liposomal Encapsulation Technology, in a post-publication letter, “Liposomal Vitamin C is not fazed by the myriad of obstacles and gauntlet of resistance thrown up by the human digestive system in reaction to Vitamin C tablets. The Vitamin C filled nano-spheres slip right by the enzymes in your saliva, your digestive juices, the bile salts, and other elements that breakdown unprotected Vitamin C.
“Injured cells throughout your body recognize the needed phospholipids in each liposome. As the liposomes attach themselves to these damaged cells, the liposomal phospholipids are “stolen” for cellular repair. This causes the liposomal bubbles to burst and release their Vitamin C in and around the compromised cell.
“Plus, liposomal Vitamin C also avoids the binders and fillers, required by tableted Vitamin C, which have no nutritional or health value.”
Dr. Hickey and Dr. Roberts state on page 235 of their new book, Cancer and Nutrition, “Use of liposomal preparations of Vitamin C may increase its effectiveness, blurring the distinction between oral and intravenous therapies.” Dr. Thomas Levy, after several personal and clinical successes with liposomal encapsulated Vitamin C, tells his medical peers, “I have consistently found this [liposomal encapsulated] form of Vitamin C to be vastly more beneficial clinically than IV Vitamin C. To be sure, if I am sick, I want both IV C and liposomal encapsulated Vitamin C. However, if I can only have one form, I have no hesitation in saying it will be liposomal encapsulated Vitamin C.”
At www.VitaminCFoundation.org, Owen R. Fonorow, a Vitamin C expert, states in the product forum, -- “The ability to reach IV serum levels orally .... is a benefit worth the higher cost [compared to other forms of oral ascorbate] for many people.”