What is a liposome?

Liposomes are tiny nano-sized bubbles with an outer shell comprised of healthy lipids and a hollow aqueous center that can be filled with a variety of substances, such as Vitamin C. We have long postulated that the outer layer of the liposome protects the Vitamin C from gastric juices and liver enzymes; now, clinical studies are showing that liposomes support the absorption of nutrition, such as Vitamin C, and have excellent efficacy.