Vita Miracle Liposomal Vitamin C

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Superior Vitamin C

Liposomal vitamin C is often considered superior to regular vitamin C.

This is due to its unique delivery system and potential for enhanced absorption. Thats the reason we use Liposomal in our powerfull blend that offers tons of benefits such as the ones listed below


Improved Absorption

Vitamin C in its regular form (ascorbic acid) can sometimes have limited absorption in the digestive tract, leading to less of the nutrient being available for use by the body. Liposomal vitamin C, on the other hand, is encapsulated in tiny lipid (fat) spheres known as liposomes. These liposomes can pass through cell membranes more easily due to their structure, potentially increasing the absorption of vitamin C into cells.

Protection from Degradation

Liposomal encapsulation helps protect the vitamin C from degradation in the harsh environment of the stomach. Regular vitamin C can degrade quickly in stomach acid, but the lipid layer of liposomes shields the vitamin C until it reaches the intestines, where absorption is more effective.

Enhanced Bioavailability

Liposomal delivery systems can improve the bioavailability of vitamin C, meaning more of the nutrient reaches the bloodstream and is available for use by cells throughout the body. Studies suggest that liposomal formulations can achieve higher blood levels of vitamin C compared to regular oral supplements.

Reduced GI Distress

High doses of regular vitamin C can sometimes cause gastrointestinal (GI) discomfort or diarrhea due to its acidic nature. Liposomal vitamin C, with its potentially higher absorption rate and reduced exposure to stomach acid, may be gentler on the stomach and less likely to cause GI side effects.

Cellular Delivery

Liposomes can facilitate the delivery of vitamin C directly into cells. This targeted delivery mechanism is thought to be more efficient than regular vitamin C, which may struggle to cross cell membranes effectively.


The lipid encapsulation of vitamin C in liposomes can also improve its stability and shelf life. This means that the vitamin C may retain its potency and effectiveness for a longer period compared to regular forms.