The Unsuspecting Problem With Vitamin C


But there’s an unsuspecting problem with Vitamin C that most people don’t know about:

When you buy Vitamin C from your local health or grocery store, you’re most often purchasing a mediocre product that your body will struggle to effectively absorb and use.

You see, standard Vitamin C is water soluble—but your body’s cells are protected by lipids, which are tiny fat molecules.

If you remember a little bit of science, you may recall that water and fats don’t mix well, and this is no different inside your body.

Water soluble vitamins struggle to pass through these fatty cell wells, so any water soluble Vitamin C you consume simply circulates in your bloodstream until being excreted in the urine.

Which means that even if you take high doses of store-bought Vitamin C supplements, only trace amounts will be absorbed and utilized.

You’re going to be sorely disappointed.

Which is why Dr. Chasan encourages his patients to use liposomal Vitamin C instead of the store-bought, water soluble supplements.

Liposomal Vitamin C uses a special mechanism where each molecule is wrapped in a lipid layer, a tiny layer of fat, mimicking your cell walls.

As a result of this lipid layer, the Vitamin C molecules are protected, and equipped to easily pass through the walls of your cells, allowing you to reap the full myriad of benefits that Vitamin C has to offer.

So, you can stop wasting your hard-earned money on cheap, ineffective, store-bought Vitamin C…

And invest in your health by using a liposomal form of Vitamin C.