Vitamin C is not only useful for preventing colds, but it can also help your adrenal glands to function normally. Vitamin C is indeed absolutely essential for adrenal function. It is necessary for the synthesis of catecholamines - for example, the creation of norepinephrine, epinephrine and dopamine - and the synthesis of testosterone, cortisol and aldosterone.
Vitamin C helps regulate these chemical levels when stress increases. Studies have shown that vitamin C helps reduce the amount of cortisol and epinephrine produced in response to physical stress when taken in adequate amounts (around 2000 to 3000mg / day).
Vitamin C is also a powerful antioxidant that helps protect the body and the adrenal glands from DNA mutations. Not a bad thing.
Liposomal vitamin C provides the purest source of vitamin C to ensure maximum antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.
In its liposomal form, vitamin C acts to prevent damage caused by environmental toxins, as mentioned above. It can also help prevent the chronic inflammation that allows mutant cells to quickly develop into cancerous tumors.
Liposomal vs tablets
Vitamin C, ingested in its water-soluble form (in tablets for example), does not interact particularly well with the cell membrane walls, which is made up of fatty acids. Oral ingestion of vitamin C has been shown to have an absorption ratio of 20% in the blood and 80% which accumulates in the colon.
Vitamin C liposomal is made up of vitamin C wrapped in a fatty substance called a liposome. A liposome is a small bubble called a vesicle that has two layers of lipids: just like your cells! These liposomes can therefore cross cell membranes, taking with them, to the very heart of the cells, liposomal vitamin C. This is what will allow liposomal vitamin C to pass through the digestive barrier and deliver nutrients directly to the blood system. With a cell absorption rate of over 90%.