Modern technology is forever changing and evolving, carrying our society forwards and progressing at a rate of knots – and the health supplement field is no exception. Water-soluble nutrients such as vitamin C, that would otherwise not be able to be delivered directly into cells, are able to be absorbed directly in high doses thanks to the lipid bi-layer that encapsulates the molecules.
The potent antioxidant glutathione, normally difficult to absorb directly and most commonly taken as its precursor NAC, is able to be taken as a pre-formed nutrient, and lipoic acid can be protected from the gastric juices that usually destroy it and delivered straight to the bloodstream and into cells. This enables it to do its job of recycling antioxidants and assisting the body’s response to insulin efficiently and easily.
Best Vitamin C
Have been taking for years. Hardly ever get sick. Don't find it hard to take. Put small amount of water in shot glass and straight down. Don't even taste it. Can take 3 or 4 a day if you feel like you are coming down with something and rarely get the bug!
Will be re-purchasing!
Such an easy and effective way to get in your Vit C. It tastes horrible and the formulation means it can get stuck to the back of your throat but I have learned my lesson and now take it in a little water mixed with a liquid hair skin and nails supplement I have which tastes like blood orange and it's fine.
The individual sachets are convenient, although not that great for the environment in sure.
Overall I would probably purchase again, and have even got one of my friends onto them.
Not sure what would have happened if a friend hadn't told me about this potent form of Vit C.
Am quite convinced the satchets of Lypo-Spheric Vit C saved my life.
I didn't know it back at the time, but since learned they would have helped carry excessive copper from my body.
I only knew intuitively I HAD to take them ...
I went through cartons of them.
I later found out I had heavy metal poisoning, lead, copper, zinc, cadmium plus...
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