Answer:

A liposomal formulation of vitamin C appears to have been developed to boost the absorption of vitamin C beyond levels normally attained with other formulations. However, whether or not it achieves this, and whether this is even a desirable effect, is debatable, based on the current evidence. For details about this and other forms and formulations of vitamin C, see the Vitamin C Supplements Review >>

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anthony f 536
February 10, 2015

I've recently changed to liposomal form of Vitamin c since the fall and I know I have fought off colds and viruses in three separate instances. I'm sold! Much safer than a flu shot.

Mike446
January 28, 2015

I have used Lypo-C for several years for colds, etc, and I have found it much more effective than any vitamin C capsules or tablets of any kind.

MIKE Z

Geills17300
November 17, 2018

contains soy which some people try to avoid

ConsumerLab.com
November 29, 2018

Hi Geills - More information about Lypo-Spheric and soy can be found in the Vitamin C Review: https://www.consumerlab.com/reviews/vitamin-C_supplement_review/vitaminc/#liposomal.

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