Advanced Liposomal Vitamin C, SunFlower Formula, Citrus Orange Flavor, 5 oz.

Advanced Liposomal Vitamin C, SunFlower Formula, Citrus Orange Flavor, 5 oz.

Product Description

Advanced Liposomal Vitamin C Research tells us that people today are living with dangerously low levels of Vitamin C in their systems. But there's help. For less than what it cost to purchase a bottle of water each day, you can get your health back with Nutrient Tree Liposomal Vitamin C. A single 1,000 mg dose take on an empty stomach (the best way to take vitamin C) will saturate and bathe your body's cells with life-enhancing, disease fighting, pure vitamin C. Why Nutrient Tree Liposomal Vitamin C is Superior: We believe Nutrient Tree Liposomal Vitamin C is the absolute best Vitamin C supplement available to healthy-minded individuals like you. Now, you can get the benefit of high dose vitamin C without the negative side effects associated with pills and powders. • No stomach upset. No cramps. • Made with REAL liposomes at less than 400 nanometers in size. Liposomes MUST be at least this small or smaller or they will not work. • Made with non-GMO sunflower oil. Nutrient Tree liposomes are made with healthy, pure, non-GMO Made with non-GMO sunflower oil. • 100% alcohol free, non-soy and gluten-free. Perfect for those with nut allergies and special dietary needs. • Mixes easily and tastes great. - Nutrient Tree Liposomal Vitamin C mixes easily with water or your favorite cold beverage. • Made in an FDA-certified facility. - Nutrient Tree Liposomal Vitamin C is made under the strictest, oxygen-free conditions, utilizing state-of-the-art liposomal encapsulation technology and the highest quality ingredients. • Priced right. - At Nutrient Tree, we value your health above everything else. We strive to provide you with the best Liposomal Vitamin C on the market at the most affordable price possible.

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I love it, September 6, 2014
Seems to work suuuuper well!

best because contains no soy, September 1, 2014
The lecithin in this product is from sunflower rather than the usual soy, which can only be a good thing because soy is a health risk unless it's fermented. Most people don't realize what soy lecithin actually is, and why the dangers far exceed its benefits. (see ** at the end of this review for more on this).

According to Levy's excellent book "Primal Panacea", vitamin C is an unrivalled universal microbe killer. The ultimate antidote. Uniquely effective in protecting against degenerative diseases. Those with the highest blood levels of vitamin C have a much lower risk of dying early. Needed to keep blood vessel walls strong and healthy. Selectively kills cancer cells and simultaneously strengthens healthy cells. Completely safe and nontoxic to humans.

The mammals most likely to get infectious disease - man, monkey and the guinea pig - are those unable to make their own vitamin C. Other animals radically increase production when they have severe health challenges. Humans carry the gene to make vitamin C but it is defective [or has been disabled, if you believe the deeper conspiracy claims]. Medics universally believe there are no human bodies which can make their own vitamin C but this is not proven.

"Primal Panacea" explains the best option for acute infections is a combination of liposomal vitamin C and very high-dose vitamin C by IV and that given a choice of only one or the other, the better choice is liposomal vitamin C. The book covers all forms of vitamin C including intravenous.

- Liposomal vitamin C has much less of the bowel problems of other forms of vitamin C and delivers intravenous impact in an oral form.

1g liposomal = 3-4g powder; 2g liposomal = 8-10g powder; 3g liposomal = 12-18g powder. (Yes, liposomal is expensive but is now the only form of vitamin C I will use.)

Of the other, less effective forms:

- Ascorbic acid powder is the least expensive form of vitamin C - because it is an acid, it is more likely to cause digestive stress.

- Mineral forms: chromium ascorbate, magnesium ascorbate, manganese ascorbate, molybdenum ascorbate, potassium ascorbate, and zinc ascorbate present a problem because the associated minerals bring toxicities of their own...avoid them except in lower doses.

- However, of the ascorbates, sodium ascorbate powder is inexpensive and easy to use - preferred over all other non-liposomal forms.

- Ascorbyl palmitate is a fat-soluble form of vitamin C which gives a different absorption characteristic.

- Bioflavinoids are good antioxidant nutrients - although they can help vitamin C improve the antioxidant capacity of the body, they are not necessary for this

- Ester C is mainly composed of calcium ascorbate (which is not recommended for other reasons)...[and is] needlessly expensive - on the other hand, Hoffer's book "Orthomolecular Medicine" advises that calcium ascorbate is useful (and painless) when used topically (on the skin) "for genital herpes (a disease generally regarded as having no cure). People have reported significant reduction in both discomfort and in size overnight. If the lesions were fluid-filled (that liquid is loaded with viruses), one may notice that the lesions are drier. For lesions that have broken and fluid leaked out, topical application not only on but liberally around the whole area is a good idea. When the vitamin C paste dries, one will see a slight white "frost" of the residual vitamin C crystals. This process is repeated twice daily until the skin is completely healed. According to Dr. Cathcart, "A topical C paste has been found very effective in the treatment of herpes simplex and, to a lesser extent, in the treatment of some Kaposi's lesions". It is also likely that HPV (human papilloma virus) can be treated with topical vitamin C paste therapy."

The book also provides an excellent basic explanation of toxins and toxicity; 20 known ways vitamin C boosts the immune system, how vitamin C works, and 7 murderous medical lies about vitamin C. The last third presents published studies supporting the book's statements.

** It is now widely recognized that the only soy fit for human consumption is fermented soy - even though it's claimed that lecithin benefits our cardiovascular health, metabolism, memory, cognitive function, liver function, and even physical and athletic performance. Unfermented soy has been linked to digestive distress, immune system breakdown, PMS, endometriosis, reproductive problems for men and women, allergies, ADD and ADHD, higher risk of heart disease and cancer, malnutrition, and loss of libido.

According to the realfarmacy website: Soybean lecithin comes from sludge left after crude soy oil goes through a "de-gumming" process. It is a waste product containing solvents and pesticides and has a consistency ranging from a gummy fluid to a plastic solid. Before being bleached to a more appealing light yellow, the color of lecithin ranges from a dirty tan to reddish brown. The hexane extraction process commonly used in soybean oil manufacture today yields less lecithin than the older ethanol-benzol process, but produces a more marketable lecithin with better color, reduced odor and less bitter flavor. In theory, lecithin manufacture eliminates all soy proteins, making it hypoallergenic. In reality, minute amounts of soy protein always remain in lecithin as well as in soy oil.

The manufacture of soy lecithin is also typically confined to unfermented sources because it is quicker and cheaper to make. Unfermented soy products are rich in enzyme inhibitors. Enzymes such as amylase lipase and protease are secreted into the digestive tract to help break down food and free nutrients for assimilation into the body. The high content of enzyme inhibitors in unfermented soybeans interferes with this process and makes carbohydrates and proteins from soybeans impossible to completely digest.

P.S. This liposomal stuff is so expensive I'm looking at some youtube videos showing how to make your own at home, using an ultrasonic cleaner, sunflower lecithin (soy free) and ascorbic acid (I would prefer organic freeze-dried camu camu powder which is both natural and very high in vitamin C as well as a bioflavonoid called Anthocyanin).

Later note: Dr. Thomas Levy, the author of Primal Panacea, who is connected to the LivOn liposomal products writes:
The simple ultrasonic treatment of lecithin and vitamin C does not make liposomes. However, the ultrasonic treatment does results in a legitimate emulsion, which is absorbed much better than just regular vitamin C. I stress that is just absorption into the blood, not enhanced uptake inside the cells, as with liposomes. So, such a preparation can certainly help the sick patient, and probably more effectively than just regular vitamin C can help [but is not nearly as good as liposomal vitamin C].

Liposomal vitamin C, the Market and How to Save, August 28, 2014
Originally I bought the Move-On product of liposomal vitamin C. I needed it because I had a melanoma stage IV case in the family. But then the producer enforced a higher price on the resellers which is about one Dollar per gram of "Lipo C". So I looked for cheaper ways and found it in the Nutrient Tree product which was about 1/3 cheaper than Move-On.
Recently I was shocked to find that Nutrient Tree has also raised its prices and is now only a few percent cheaper than Move-On.
So I decided to make liposomal vitamin C myself from sunflower lecithin and buffered sodium ascorbate which is also used by the commercial producers. The sodium ascorbate is essential, because the liposomal vitamin C goes directly into the blood from the stomach. If it contained the ordinary acidic vitamin C the blood might become more acidic. However, our body enforces the ph-value of the blood to be slightly alkaline. In order to accomplish this, it would take alkaline calcium from the bones to compensate for the acidity of the ordinary vitamin C. This is an effect wich we definitely do not want. Osteopenia or osteoporosis might be the consequence.
A word about the recipes of making "Lipo C" I found on the internet. In my opinion they are inefficient. The concentration of sodium vitamin C inside the little balls formed by the fatty acids of the lecithin should be as high as possible. This is not accomplished by the recipes.
Finally a philosophical thought. Linus Pauling, the great chemist, died 20 years ago. He knew only IV vitamin C. Had he known liposomal vitamin C, he would have jumped on it because it is so much more convenient than IV, he would have written about it and done more research. Today I make "Lipo C" in my kitchen. Isn't that progress?

"King of antioxidants" by Dr Linus Pauling Nobel Laureate, August 21, 2014
August 19, 2014

Delivered on: Thursday, August 21, 2014 by 11am
love the creamy taste of Liposomal Vitamin C

I just don't like the looks of this product for some reason it ..., August 8, 2014
I just don't like the looks of this product for some reason it looks like it has been kept at the wrong temp or frozen then thawed.

Five Stars, July 11, 2014
I love this Vitamin C. It is very tasty and has helped soothe my IBS.

Cheapest Lypospheric Vitamin C, June 17, 2014
I was getting the other brand of lypospheric vitamin c and tried this. It's impossible to tell the difference, but I am committed to making sure I get GOOD and plenty Vitamin C in my daily intake. I put this in my morning smoothie and it blends perfectly.

Great product!, June 9, 2014
Take this with liposomal glutathione to achieve its best result. Taste is a little strong but that how concentrated Vit C is supposed to taste. Love it!

Purity?, May 21, 2014
Where do the raw ingredients come from?! No country listed for raw material. I'm guessing China: the most polluted, toxic, disease causing country on earth. This product needs 2 independent labs to verify it's purity.

Recommended by our pediatritian!, May 4, 2014
The kids don't love the taste but it helps them fight off colds so quickly! I will always keep this on hand for any time someone in my family gets sick. Their doctor said to give them 1/4 tsp every 2 hours and their colds have been gone before the day was over!