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Do liposomes work?

Liposome molecules are extremely small and this technology has been around since the 1960s with much success in drug delivery. The advances in liposomal delivery have led to numerous clinical trials related to the delivery of anti-cancer, anti-fungal and antibiotic drugs, the delivery of gene medicines, and the delivery of anesthetics and anti-inflammatory drugs.

There are hundreds of studies to show that liposomes protect ingredients from digestion and deliver a far greater quantity to the bloodstream, regardless of what the ingredient is. Numerous studies show an improved bioavailability of 3, 5, 10, 20, or even 40%.

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