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The key to liposomal delivery is in the protective layer of the liposome's phospholipids. First, it is important to understand the structure of phospholipids, as the holds the key to grasping how liposomes work.

Technology

The key to liposomal delivery is in the protective layer of the liposome's phospholipids. First, it is important to understand the structure of phospholipids, as the holds the key to grasping how liposomes work.
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The key to liposomal delivery is in the protective layer of the liposome's phospholipids. First, it is important to understand the structure of phospholipids, as the holds the key to grasping how liposomes work.

In layman's terms, each phospholipid molecule is made up of a circular "head" which likes water and a "tail" that does not. The heads are attracted to water while the tails try to avoid it, causing the phospholipids to arrange themselves in double layered lines where the heads are all outside, touching water, and the tails are "dry" in the encasement they've created.

In an aqueous solution (i.e. water), the phospholipids automatically self-assemble so the hydrophobic fatty acid tails (which like to stay dry) move away from water and turn inward; whereas the water loving phosphate head moves toward the liquid and turns outward. This results in a closed, spherical structure called a liposome with a hollow aqueous core surrounded by a double-layer (bi-layer) membrane, which encapsulates the bioactive (such as L-Lysine) into these microscopic vesicles and protects them from degradation until they are fused into the cells.

The most interesting and beneficial innovation of liposomal delivery technology is that the vesicles are bio-identical to the membranes that surround human cells. This allows the liposomes to easily penetrate on a cellular level, delivering nutritional payloads(bioactives) directly into to the organs, glands and bodily tissues.
The key to liposomal delivery is in the protective layer of the liposome's phospholipids. First, it is important to understand the structure of phospholipids, as the holds the key to grasping how liposomes work.

In layman's terms, each phospholipid molecule is made up of a circular "head" which likes water and a "tail" that does not. The heads are attracted to water while the tails try to avoid it, causing the phospholipids to arrange themselves in double layered lines where the heads are all outside, touching water, and the tails are "dry" in the encasement they've created.

In an aqueous solution (i.e. water), the phospholipids automatically self-assemble so the hydrophobic fatty acid tails (which like to stay dry) move away from water and turn inward; whereas the water loving phosphate head moves toward the liquid and turns outward. This results in a closed, spherical structure called a liposome with a hollow aqueous core surrounded by a double-layer (bi-layer) membrane, which encapsulates the bioactive (such as L-Lysine) into these microscopic vesicles and protects them from degradation until they are fused into the cells.

The most interesting and beneficial innovation of liposomal delivery technology is that the vesicles are bio-identical to the membranes that surround human cells. This allows the liposomes to easily penetrate on a cellular level, delivering nutritional payloads(bioactives) directly into to the organs, glands and bodily tissues.
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What are the benefits of liposomal delivery?

Not only are our liposomes more stable and more bioavailable (facilitate greater absorption) than conventional delivery methods, they also:

• Incorporate organogenetic benefits (a process that enhances taste and helps minimize unpleasant "medicinal" fragrance and aftertaste)

• Provide additional nutritional value inherent in the phospholipids, which contain phyto-nutrients and essential fats our body needs to stay healthy

• Serve as a protective barrier that prevents degradation of nutrients caused by enzymes, bile acids and intestinal microorganisms in the digestive tract.


Other functions of phospholipids:

• Allow cell membranes to be fluid, which helps cells to change shape and adapt to environmental changes

• Work as signaling molecules or messengers in cellular communication systems (for example, phospholipid molecules signal white blood cells to travel to a site of infection or injury)

• Protect cell membranes against oxidative damage caused by free radicals • Enable fusion of transported nutrients with target cells at the molecular level.

What are the benefits of liposomal delivery?

Not only are our liposomes more stable and more bioavailable (facilitate greater absorption) than conventional delivery methods, they also:

• Incorporate organogenetic benefits (a process that enhances taste and helps minimize unpleasant "medicinal" fragrance and aftertaste)

• Provide additional nutritional value inherent in the phospholipids, which contain phyto-nutrients and essential fats our body needs to stay healthy

• Serve as a protective barrier that prevents degradation of nutrients caused by enzymes, bile acids and intestinal microorganisms in the digestive tract.


Other functions of phospholipids:

• Allow cell membranes to be fluid, which helps cells to change shape and adapt to environmental changes

• Work as signaling molecules or messengers in cellular communication systems (for example, phospholipid molecules signal white blood cells to travel to a site of infection or injury)

• Protect cell membranes against oxidative damage caused by free radicals • Enable fusion of transported nutrients with target cells at the molecular level.

Bonus Health Benefits of Phospholipids

While the many benefits of L-Lysine are proven out by thousands of studies, our high caliber liposomes are comprised of a phospholipid called phosphatidylcholine (PC) from non-GMO Sunflower and actually bring additional health benefits.

This essential phospholipid helps to maintain structural integrity of cells and will actually repair cells that are endangered by internal and external health threats. There are more than 35,000 studies on PC, and researchers tout its numerous health benefits. As a result we know that PC is essential to maintaining optimal functioning of our heart, brain, liver, lungs, and immune system.

Bonus Health Benefits of Phospholipids

While the many benefits of L-Lysine are proven out by thousands of studies, our high caliber liposomes are comprised of a phospholipid called phosphatidylcholine (PC) from non-GMO Sunflower and actually bring additional health benefits.

This essential phospholipid helps to maintain structural integrity of cells and will actually repair cells that are endangered by internal and external health threats. There are more than 35,000 studies on PC, and researchers tout its numerous health benefits. As a result we know that PC is essential to maintaining optimal functioning of our heart, brain, liver, lungs, and immune system.