All posts by: LivClear

Much is made of the toxicity of our modern world. Frequently we’re told that still another substance has been linked to cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, or some other degenerative malady. There’s mercury in your tuna, pesticides on your lettuce,...
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The human body has two primary mechanisms for helping us determine our current need for vitamin C. Although far from perfect, these mechanisms are a good starting point for anyone looking to find their optimal dosage of vitamin C. Bowel...
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The power of vitamin C is often attributed to its role as an antioxidant. However, no other antioxidant can perform the many additional physiological and biological roles that vitamin C fills. To think of vitamin C as nothing more than...
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It is assumed by many that vitamin C is only required in tiny amounts sufficient to prevent scurvy. It is true that this vitamin C-deficiency disease spawned the chemical name ascorbate for vitamin C. Ascorbate literally means “against scurvy.” Were...
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Children and Vitamin C Deficiences Scurvy (a vitamin C deficiency) was once the scourge of the high seas, leaving sailors with jaundice, bleeding gums, and even death. Thankfully, scurvy has been nearly eradicated in developed countries that have an ample...
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Vitamin C is one of the greatest defenses in our constant fight against toxins, pathogens, and oxidative stress. Because vitamin C is water soluble – meaning it dissolves in water and cannot be stored in the body for later use- this substance...
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In short, Lypo-SphericTM Technology is our brand name for liposomal encapsulation. Years ago, researchers discovered that liposomes could be filled with therapeutic agents to deliver these agents to the delivery these agents into the blood, and even into specific cells....
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When phospholipids (composed mainly of fatty acids) are placed in an aqueous solution under special conditions, their unique molecular structure forces them to form microscopic bubbles. These tiny spheres, called liposomes, have double-layered membranes almost identical to the bilayer membranes...
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Vaccinations may just be the most controversial topic among parents, healthcare professionals, government and concerned citizens.  While both sides of the great vaccination debate deserve attention, we are not going to discuss whether or not vaccinations are a good thing....
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For the past 70 years, intravenous (IV) infusions and injections have been the most popular way to get high doses of vitamin C into the body. Unlike oral vitamin C – which is not efficiently absorbed by the body, and...
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