Liposomal vitamin C can be considered, and with good reason, as the last frontier in terms of vitamin C.
But to fully understand the great advantages of having vitamin C in liposomes, it is necessary to take a step back, talk about liposomes, and their great effectiveness in conveying vitamin C within the human body.
Technically, liposomes are double-membrane phospholipids, equipped with a hydrophilic part, that is able to bind with water, and a lipophilic part, that is, able to dissolve easily in fats.
Conceptually, liposomes can be understood as real containers in the shape of "bubbles", or spheres, inside which vitamin C is inserted.
These "bubbles" protect and at the same time carry the vitamin C, which inside the liposomes will escape degradation and oxidation in the gastrointestinal tract.
In this way the liposomal vitamin C, through the lymphatic pathways, will reach the cells of our immune system intact, helping them to fight viruses and bacteria.
If we want to support our immune system, liposomal vitamin C is the best way to do this, and a more effective way than traditional vitamin C powder or crystals.