Each 1,000 mg sachet of Vitamin C is made with 1,000 mgs of phospholipids of which 500 mgs is pure phosphatidylcholine. This combination is the key to Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C’s delivery mechanism. Phosphatidylcholine is in many ways as important as the vitamin C because it’s not made in the body and it works to support the integrity of healthy cell membranes.
In addition to using Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C as daily supplement to provide an optimal daily dose of this important vitamin, New Zealanders can take Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C:
- When travelling abroad by air or sea to support their immune defences while away from home.
- When going into hospital and when they come out to support immunity, a healthy recovery and normal healing.
- To support a healthy response to stress. Animals that make their own vitamin C can make significantly more in response to stress. When humans are stressed, they are not able to make any vitamin C.
- To support healthy glowing skin and the integrity of healthy arteries blood vessels and cartilage. Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C is committed to supporting the wellbeing of New Zealanders and it comes with an unconditional satisfaction guarantee.
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What else should I know about this product?
Active IngredientsEach packet contains:
1,000 mg Vitamin C
1,000 mg Essential Phospholipids
Free from Sugar, GMO and Gluten.
We do not recommend mixing any of the products in hot beverages, because this could damage the liposomes.
We also do not recommend blending any of our products in a food processor or blender.
WarningsAlways read the label and use as directed. Vitamins are supplementary to a balanced diet.
Been using this for some time and can recommend.
1 sachet every morning keeps me fit and well Use nothing else Love it
Best vitamin c ever. Was recommended this and works so well. Everyone around me sick and I just overdosed as much as I could. As it does not dissolve in water would recommend squeezing into mouth and drinking it back with water.
For me, this is the best way to take vitamin C. Working in the community, I am exposed to many bugs and this winter, have escaped being sick.