As a result of a small study we conducted, we have data which shows just 4 weeks of supplementation with Lipolife Liposomal D3 increased blood levels of Vitamin D to 210% from baseline.
However, don’t think just because it’s the Summer you don’t need to worry about your Vitamin D levels!
Do you work in an office? Do you do night-shifts? Maybe you cover up your skin? Perhaps your skin naturally glows, is more pigmented and filters some of the useable UVB? Perhaps you have very fair skin and burn easily or pile on the sunscreen the moment there is a ray of potentially harmful sunshine?
All of these are genuine reasons taken from research as risk factors for poor Vitamin D status, even in the height of summer.
Get your D3, make it liposomal and make it Lipolife.
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The rules surrounding health claims for food supplements are very strict; only permitted phrases can be used when looking at the potential health benefits of the nutrient.
Reputable companies will follow these guidelines and only give you the information as sanctioned by the relevant regulatory authority.
When it comes to Vitamin C, there are several approved health claims,
In the media, there are less restrictions and the scientific discoveries researching the power of vitamins are regularly featured in the press and on television.
Last month, This Morning’s Dr Chris talked with Eamonn and Ruth about Vitamin C and a recent study using the nutrient in the treatment of blood cancer.
Unfortunately with the food supplement industry largely unregulated, just because a product is labelled as liposomal this doesn’t guarantee the contents, so how can you find out if what you’re buying is a true and ultimately effective liposomal?
Take a look at the two images below, two different sachets of liposomal vitamin c under the microscope.
Two sachets, two brands, one big (small) difference.
Read more by clicking the microscope.
CBD is one of over 60 compounds found in cannabis that belong to a class of molecules called cannabinoids. CBD is the major non-psychoactive ingredient in Cannabis Sativa.
Your brain creates its own set of cannabinoids — similar to those found in cannabis — via the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is responsible for many important bodily functions such as appetite, sleep, emotion and movement.
CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid.
CBD oil does not only contain cannabidiol as its sole ingredient.
There are a number of other phyto-cannabinoids such as CBG, CBN, CBC along with a number of different amino acids, carbohydrates, fatty acids, minerals and vitamins all of which are an important constituent of CBD oil.