You may not be familiar with the term liposomes, but one supplement brand is doing its bit to educate about how it can help your health.
Good Health Naturally has developed its new intuitive liposomal vitamin C, called CureC, which contains liposomes that are designed to improve health and save you money by avoiding the common problem of vitamin loss through digestion. But what does this mean, and why does it occur?
Liposomal vitamin C is 100 per cent natural, made with the same liposomes – tiny fat bubbles – that mimic those found in the body. CureC is the form of vitamin C able to raise blood concentrations to twice the amount of eating vitamin C-rich foods or taking tablets.
Robert Redfern, the internationally known nutritionist, author, and broadcaster who founded Good Health Naturally in 1987, explains that, for most people, eating steamed broccoli, mixing up vitamin C powders, or taking vitamin C tablets isn’t nearly enough to meet daily requirements.
“Cooked and processed foods lose up to 90 per cent of their vitamin C,” he explained.
Added to the fact that over the last 50 years, vitamins and minerals in crops have been rapidly depleted and that only 10 per cent of people are eating the recommended amount of fruits and veggies each day.
Vitamin C is one of the few nutrients the body can — and should — absorb in high doses.
“The vitamin C powders and tablets lost in the digestive tract are a waste of money, and of good health,” Rober added. “While IV vitamin C has the highest potency, it’s only practical for clinical use. Good Health Naturally CureC, made with liposomal vitamin C and combined with the flavonoid quercetin for added benefits, is the closest to this medical standard we can use at home.”
Combined with liposomal vitamin C, quercetin’s proven properties – able to neutralise free radicals, calm inflammation, fight allergies, help chelate heavy metals, balance blood pressure, and more – only add to vitamin C’s effects.