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Liposomal Vitamin C

Frequently asked questions about BodyBio Liposomal Vitamin C.

What’s the difference between vitamin C and Liposomal Vitamin C?

The key differentiation between Vitamin C and Liposomal Vitamin C lies in their absorption rates and bioavailability. While traditional Vitamin C, available in capsules, powders or non-liposomal liquids, is beneficial, Liposomal Vitamin C enhances th

How do you take Liposomal Vitamin C?

When taking our Liposomal Vitamin C, it's as simple as taking any standard capsule. Just take two capsules with a glass of water. To ensure optimal performance of the liposomal particles, it's important to stay properly hydrated.

When should you take Liposomal Vitamin C?

BodyBio Liposomal Vitamin C can be taken whenever suits you best, but keep in mind that some people experience an energy surge from vitamin C, so it may not be ideal just before bedtime. You can consume it with or without food, as frequently as daily

What dosage of Liposomal Vitamin C should you take?

Liposomal Vitamin C is perfect for everyday wellness support and particularly helpful during periods of heightened bodily stress, like when you're battling a cold or flu. The recommended dosage is two capsules daily, which can be taken with or withou

Does Liposomal Vitamin C have any side effects?

While Vitamin C is commonly associated with stomach discomfort when taken in large amounts, Liposomal Vitamin C alleviates this issue due to its quick absorption by the body. However, it's worth noting that on rare occasions, Liposomal Vitamin C may

Can children take Liposomal C?

Each capsule of our Liposomal Vitamin C contains 500 mg of Vitamin C, providing 556% of the Daily Value (DV) for individuals aged 4 and above. Given the concentrated levels of Vitamin C in this form, we don't recommend its use for children under 6 ye

How should I dose BodyBio Liposomal Vitamin C?

The recommended dosage of 2 capsules per day on our label is intended as a preventive or maintenance measure. However, if you are addressing a more acute issue or sense the onset of infection or illness, a therapeutic dosage might be more appropriate

What is the difference between Buffered Vitamin C and Liposomal C?

Buffered Vitamin C is essentially ascorbic acid that is blended with an alkaline mineral. This fusion tempers the acidity of ascorbic acid, mitigating but not entirely eliminating the possibility of stomach discomfort that can arise from the interact