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The Rise Of Liposomal Nutrition

Written By  Go Vita
Liposomal Nutrition Melrose & Go Vita

The rise of liposomal nutrition Discover the future of supplementation with the unparalleled nutrient absorption and efficacy of liposomals, for a healthier, more vibrant you!

Liposomes are tiny, liquid-filled spheres made of phospholipids, the same material that comprises our cell membranes. This structure allows liposomes to carry both fat-soluble and water-soluble nutrients through the gut wall into the bloodstream and release them directly into cells.


This encapsulation protects nutrients from degradation in the harsh environment of the gastrointestinal tract, ensuring enhanced absorption and bioavailability.

The health benefits of liposomal supplements

  • Increased bioavailability: Liposomal supplements offer significantly higher bioavailability compared to traditional supplements. This is due to their ability to bypass obstacles in the digestive system that prevent efficient absorption of nutrients.

  • Reduced digestive side effects: With improved absorption, there's less need for high dosages, which in turn reduces the risk of digestive distress often associated with regular high-dose supplements.

  • Supports cellular health: Liposomal supplements contain phosphatidylcholine, which repairs cells and supports various bodily functions, including liver function and cholesterol maintenance.

The modern dietary challenges

The nutrient density of our foods has declined due to modern agricultural practices and industrialised food processing. This, combined with increased nutritional requirements due to chronic stress and unhealthy lifestyles, has led to a growing reliance on nutritional supplements.


However, the challenge has always been how to get optimal absorption and utilisation of nutrients, which is where liposomal nutrition has come into play.


  1. Vitamin C: Essential for bone formation, wound healing, hormone production, and as an antioxidant. Traditional Vitamin C supplements have a low absorption rate, but liposomal Vitamin C ensures direct diffusion into the bloodstream, bypassing limitations of gut transporters, thereby enhancing its bioavailability.

  2. Vitamin D3: Crucial for immune function, mood regulation, and gut health. Vitamin D3 supplements face challenges in absorption and distribution due to their fat-solubility. However, liposomal Vitamin D3 has shown a rapid increase in blood concentration, particularly in cases of severe deficiency. Add to this vitamin K2, a fat-soluble vitamin that plays a key role in calcium metabolism, influencing bone and cardiovascular health and you find a supplement that is ideal for bone, gut, immune and heart health.

  3. Nicotinamide Riboside (NR): Involved in various metabolic pathways and the treatment of a range of conditions. NR is converted to NAD+, crucial for many bodily processes. Liposomal delivery protects NR from degradation, ensuring rapid and efficient absorption.

  4. Beauty Collagen Complex: Ideal to support skin, hair, and nail health.

The Future of Supplements: Liposomal Technology

Liposomal technology is not new; it has been studied since the 1960s for drug delivery. Its application in the realm of nutrients is more recent, offering a superior form of nutrient delivery. This technology represents a pivotal shift in how we approach supplementation, providing a more effective way to meet our nutritional needs.


As our understanding of nutrition evolves, liposomal supplements are poised to become a new standard in dietary supplementation, offering an efficient and effective way to meet our increasingly complex nutritional needs.

Information presented is for information purposes only and is not intended to replace advice or treatment from qualified healthcare professionals. The information is not intended to treat or diagnose. Always consult your healthcare professional before taking nutritional or herbal supplements. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have any allergies or diagnosed conditions, or are taking prescription medications, always consult your healthcare professional before taking nutritional or herbal supplements.