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What are liposomes?



Liposomes are microscopic spheres that have a natural affinity for living cells because their outer layers are composed of phospholipids that are virtually identical to the phospholipid composition of cell membranes.

Nutrients that are carried by nano-sized liposomal “delivery vehicles” are very efficiently absorbed because they are naturally “welcomed in” by the cells they are delivered to. It is this safe, efficient access to the interior of a living cell that affords the opportunity for unprecedented advancements in the field of human nutrition.

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