lipolife is searching for a healthcare charity to work with to make a difference this Autumn through the donation of 500 sachets of liposomal Vitamin C. This high-quality Vitamin C supplement, in liquid form, has an impressive absorption rate which means it is more effective. Vitamin C helps people support their immune system more effectively which is important ahead of the cold and flu season.
lipolife, an Essex-based liposomal healthcare brand, has recently refreshed its product range with new look packaging. Charley Nicholls, lipolife COO, comments, “Our retailers, such as Planet Organic and Revital, love the new look and are already stocking our new lipolife products. However, in our Essex warehouse, we have 500 sachets of liposomal Vitamin C in the old-style packaging which we would like to donate via a local healthcare charity”.
“It’s important we get enough Vitamin C every day, even in the Summer. Covid-19 remains ever-present and Vitamin C plays an important role in helping people boost their immune systems. We don’t want these sachets to go to waste when they do so much good!”
If you would like to nominate a charity to receive the donation, comment on our social media post about the donation now.
About lipolife Vitamin C
Studies have proved that liposomal Vitamin C is better absorbed and retained for longer than standard oral vitamin C. The lipolife Vitamin C is:
- Soya free
- Vegan friendly
lipolife Vitamin C contributes to the normal function of the immune system, increases iron absorption and contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
About liposomal vitamins and nutrients
Dr Mohammad Najlah, the head of Pharmaceutical Research group at Anglia Ruskin University and the scientific lead for lipolife explain why effective supplementation is key. “Micronutrients play an important role in human health, and deficiencies can cause severe and life-limiting issues. When vitamins and nutrients are taken as a liposome there is better bioavailability.”
Liposomal encapsulation technology works on a micro level, maximising the absorption of nutrients into your body. Liposomes are made up of the same material as human cells, so the human body recognises them, and they are better able to survive the digestive process. That means you get more of the nutrients from the supplement because they’re more ‘bioavailable’.
lipolife food supplements are researched, developed and manufactured by a team of experts based in Essex, UK. The company began research into liposomal encapsulation innovation in 2010, launching its liposomal Vitamin C to the market in 2012. lipolife became the first commercial manufacturer of liposomal supplements in Europe.
lipolife work in close partnership with Anglia Ruskin University. Formulations, homogenisation and encapsulation potential is led by Professor Mohammad Najlah, Professor of Pharmaceutics & Nanomedicine at Anglia Ruskin University.