Liposomal delivery systems, with their advanced nutrient bioavailability, are becoming more popular. There are over 65,000 peer reviewed published studies on Liposomal delivery. They are utilized in medicine for the delivery of vaccines, hormones, enzymes, vitamins and botanicals.
Liposomes are tiny lipid bubbles about the width of a single human hair. They are made out of the same type of fat as our own cell membranes called phospholipids. Liposomes are stable, and can carry both water and fat-soluble nutrients. When formulated correctly, they can facilitate absorption as soon as they land on the tongue, and can help protect breakdown by digestive acids, enzymes and first pass thtrough the liver. Because they are made of the same lipids that compose our own cell membranes, they may assist nutrients to gain access into the cell membrane and optimize cellular support.
Liposomal technology like suppository has been said to provide the power of intravenous therapy. Because of enhanced delivery and absorption, nutrients delivered in liposomal form at lower doses may offer equal or greater efficacy than higher doses provided in forms that are less bioavailable.,
Their potency is impressive. In liposomal form, the absorption of glutathione can compare to that of intravenous formulations, and appears to help maintain intracellular storage., Even better, the phospholipids in liposomes are therapeutic. They help nourish every cell membrane by providing the lipids needed to function optimally and flush out toxins that accumulate there.
Advanced Ultra-Nano Liposomal Formulations Are More Effective
Not all liposomes are alike. The technology used to manufacture them, as well as their size, can vary considerably.
Liposomes are emulsions, but not all emulsions can become a liposomes. Liposomes are specific ‘vesicles’ or bubbles modified to carry either fat-soluble or water soluble molecules. Their likeness to living bi-layer lipid cell membranes is remarkable. If a vitamin or nutrient is placed inside the liposome, it will not readily pass through the bilayer. When the liposome merges with the lipid bilayer of the cell membrane, it can deliver its contents directly to the cell.
The size of a liposome—smaller sizes have been shown to offer dramatically higher uptake such as with our Ultra-Nano. That’s because the tiniest vesicles can be dramatically more efficient at cellular delivery of encapsulated nutraceuticals. In one notable study, cellular uptake increased 9-fold as liposome size dropped from 236 nm to 97 nm. At the smallest size of 64 nm, the uptake was 34-fold higher.
Beyond Liposomes: Ultra-Nano
Particles at this incredibly tiny size are so small that they are even smaller than wavelengths of visible light. They are crafted using modern technology and high level equipment.