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Vitamin C (sodium ascorbate) 1,100mg
74 minerals and trace elements
GMO Free Lecithin (from Sunflower)
Give your family the ultimate immune booster with Liposomal Vitamin C . It is more easily and efficiently absorbed than regular oral versions of this vitamin, without irritating the stomach lining. But, it does a lot more than simply combat colds and flu.
Why Use Liposomal Vitamin C Immune Booster?
It is suitable for pregnant and breast-feeding women, as well as adults and children of all ages. It contains no sugar, gluten or hexane, and is non-GMO.
Only 5ml of the product contains 1100mg of vitamin C and transports it straight into your bloodstream.
This super-dose of bio-available vitamin C helps to:
Usually, the vitamin C that we drink has to pass through the digestive system before it can start boosting our immune system. Here, it can be destroyed or prevented from entering the blood system by absorption barriers. In fact, if you take 1000mg of it orally, more than half of it leaves your body as waste.
Liposomal Vitamin C is different because we have encapsulated the vitamin in liposomes (like a protective fat bubble). These can easily pass through the barriers of the digestive system and enter the bloodstream, where large doses of it can be deposited directly into the cells to begin working straight away as the ultimate immune booster.
High-dose vitamin C that is so bio-available is essential for the good health of our families in the long term.
Stock up on Nordens Liposomal Vitamin C to ensure that you and your family are healthy and strong.
The benefits of vitamin C are well known, particularly when it comes to boosting our immune systems. But, what many don’t know is that high doses of it will cause cramping, bloating, perhaps even diarrhoea. But, this doesn’t apply when the high dose is taken in liposomal form.
Nordens’ product is an excellent alternative to injections and intravenous drips (IV). It is easier to take because it is fully absorbed and can be used several times a day, if necessary. This is better and easier than getting daily injections or IV treatments.
Many people experience intestinal problems (including bloating, cramps and diarrhoea) when drinking vitamin C. Even those with a high tolerance to it will eventually experience these issues when taking it orally at very high doses. For this reason, these high doses are usually prescribed by doctors and other health care practitioners and are injected to avoid digestive complications when a really effective immune booster is necessary.
Liposomes are microscopic fat balls with the width of one hair. They are made from phospholipids (which are part of all cell membranes). They carry a nutrient inside them called a cargo load. In this case, that nutrient is vitamin C.
When they come into contact with a human cell, the liposome and the cell merge, much like two bubbles may become one when they touch one another. In this way, the nutrient inside is released directly into the cell.
This process is called liposomal absorption. Our food and the drugs that we swallow are absorbed via intestinal absorption, which is very different. Intestinal absorption means that the food and medication need to be broken down to small molecules, which then enter the bloodstream via the cell walls of the stomach and intestine. They are transported to the liver and various other organs, which then put them back together into useable molecules. During this long and complex process, the vitamin C is often destroyed or discarded – at least to a significant degree. But, if this immune booster is protected by the liposomal layer, it does not get broken down or destroyed by the intestines or stomach. It can go straight to the cells. This fat layer also protects the digestive tract from being irritated by the ascorbic acid that normally causes pain and bloating.