Enhance availability and absorption of nutrients
Liposomes are tiny vesicles that contain nutrients. They provide a cutting-edge delivery form, designed for a dramatic boost in nutrient absorption.
It is also the ideal method for delivering detoxification agents.
What are liposomes?
- Liposomes are small structures made of plant-derived phospholipids
- These are the same types of compounds that make up cell membranes of all cells
- This is used as a bioavailability-enhancing technique
- Liposomes are used for nutrients that suffer from poor absorbability
- Helps bioavailability of nutrients such as curcumin and fisetin and vitamin C
Research shows that encapsulating certain nutrients that have low bioavailability in liposomes improves the nutrient’s absorption into the bloodstream.References