While high doses of regular vitamin C powder or capsules will be rejected at high rates from your body, Liposomal Vitamin C is a fantastic alternative.
Starting in 2012, a team at the Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University (abstract available at www.fasebj.org), in order to understand Vitamin C bioavailability, has been comparing Vitamin C concentrations in the blood after swallowing a “normal” Vitamin C powder and after ingestion of Liposomal Vitamin C made using our formulation and technology.
Figure 1 shows that, compared with “normal” Vitamin C ingestion (single dose of 4 g), ingestion of Liposomal Vitamin C (also 4 g) leads to appreciably greater circulating Vitamin C concentrations. Hence, liposomes facilitate Vitamin C delivery to the blood. Having structural analysis and some pictures is nice; however, our interest is in function and achieving the intended goal; with that said, we did include a particle distribution graph at the end of this.