NANO-C + LIPOSOMAL = LIPONANO-C Maximum Absorption & Bioavailability.
Fully Reduced/Fully Buffered.
Phospholipids Derived From Non-GMO Certified Sunflower Oil Imported From Canada.
produced by “Sigma Aldrich” labs (Canada) one of the world's highest quality.
Manufactured with no heat, chemicals, or pressure.
non-hydrogenated and non-hydroxylated phosphatidylcholine
Nano vitamins are so unique not digested in a regular fashion, but rather are absorbed through all tissue membranes.
Nano Vitamins don't need to be broken down like regular foods because they are already in 'nanometer-size. Imagine one-millionth of a millimeter! what does this mean? It means that the absorption of Nanoparticles is not stopped by regular digestive processes and even cell walls.
Absorption in this LIPONANO-C by mouth might help avoids digestive upset as with regular oral vitamin C, beyond 4 to 6 grams per day.
Skin Nourishment starts on the cellular level🥰
We use no soy ingredients, and our flavors are completely natural. Our liposomes are naturally non-gluten, alcohol-free, vegan, and made of non-GMO ingredients.
Wrapping the vitamin C in liposomes (double-walled micelles)
Product animation video
DR. RATH MATTHIAS SAYS: "HEART ATTACKS AND STROKES IS AN EARLY FORM OF SCURVY".
VITAMIN C WORKS AS AN ELECTRON DONER...
Dr. Russell Jaffe',
"Ascorbate is the universal antioxidant. It is the mother molecule that sacrifices herself so that others can thrive. Ascorbate protects and enhances glutathione, Lipoic acid, taurine all the other things including tocopheryl and methylene that protects and enhances electron flow in the cell".
Dr. Steven Gundry Says: "Collagen supplement doesn't create collagen".
Dr. Linus Pauling's research paper reveals the secret to your healthy skin...
Explained briefly by Dr. steve Gundry
"Vitamin C Is Essential For Knitting Collagen"?
Vitamin C researcher, author, and Cardiologist Dr. Thomas Levy
How liposomal vitamin C works vs IV vitamin C?
(less than 3 min video clip)
* Label correction: misprint on the label Daily Dose: "1 tablespoon" / It should be 1 teaspoon (Not 1 tablespoon).