Along with vitamin D, vitamin C is the best-known and most popular vitamin. It is best known as a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin C is also an excellent booster for your immune system. In order to track down pathogens and render them harmless, the white blood cells (leukocytes) of the immune system need vitamin C. Vitamin C helps the white blood cells to move in the direction of the pathogens and protects the membranes of the immune cells. Many scientific studies document this important connection in detail.
A bonus is that the stronger your immune system, the easier it is for you to build muscle mass and strength and lose fat.
Because vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, absorption through the fatty cell walls is challenging. It is poorly absorbed and excreted faster than a fat-soluble vitamin. In addition, a larger dose of several grams of vitamin C can quickly lead to diarrhea.
To avoid this, using liposomal vitamin C makes sense. This liposomal compound is created by combining vitamin C with the phospholipids of lecithin. A vitamin C is formed that is coated with a layer of fat. This significantly increases bioavailability and absorption through the cell wall.
You can easily and inexpensively produce liposomal vitamin C yourself.
Liposomal Vitamin C Recipe
You need an ultrasonic cleaner for this, which you can get right here
300ml water - preferably filtered
1) Mix 300ml water and 100g lecithin in a kitchen blender for half a minute
2) Add 50g of ascorbic acid
3) Blend again for half a minute
4) Put the liquid in the ultrasonic cleaner for 30 minutes... DONE!
The finished liposomal vitamin can easily be stored in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.