脂質體維他命

採用脂質體形式有效提高吸收率及生物利用率

以膠囊形式提封裝質體粉末

得到科學研究的支持

脂質體 好處

Natural Ingredients

天然成分*

*磷脂來源於葵花籽油和棕櫚油

High Bioavailability

提升生物利用率

高生物利用率  1,4,6

Better Absorption

提升吸收率

吸收比普通補充劑高達 2 倍 4,6,14

Natural Production

保存活性成份

生產過程中沒有熱力或壓力

我們的脂質體維他命

心然脂質體維他命C

強效抗氧化劑,能夠預防自由基破壞、保護細胞健康及支持身體免疫功能!

心然脂質體維他命D

維他命D可加強粘膜防禦,控制身體對病毒量整體免疫反應。10

突破傳統界限

心然脂質體營養補充品與傳統營養補充品不同,用了脂質體封裝技術。 

透過利用脂質體作為載體,把營養素運送到我們的體內。 1 

脂質體是由磷脂組成,它像一個球體狀的囊,模仿成身體細胞構造。 

身體可以識別此結構為自己的細胞之一,有效預防在消化過程中不必要的分解,從而提升吸收率及生物利用率。

與別不同 !

傳統營養補充品 (如藥片和標準/非脂質體粉末膠囊) 的生物利用率有可能因不同的因素而降低,包括: 消化酶的破壞或分解、人體內產生的自由基的損害以及可能影響吸收的各種因素。 15 

把營養素封存在脂質體內有效形成一個保護層,提升身體運用營養素。

能透過4種不同途徑吸收 3, 13

不限於腸道運輸攝取數量 3, 13

提升生物利用率和吸收率 1,4,6

"脂質體可以稱為營養保健品的高級遞送系統"

“Liposomes as Advanced Delivery Systems for Nutraceuticals”

Christopher W. Shade, PhD

“採用脂質體封裝的保健品意味著使用更少的劑量去獲得更大的成效”

“Liposomes encapsulated nutrients means smaller doses needed to achieve better results”

Dilworth Drug and Wellness Center

健康旦分享 - 脂質體維他命好處

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