This Month's Health Spotlight Report...
Liposomes: what they are,
what they do, how they are
a single phospholipid with it's hydrophilic head and hydrophobic tail.
are the basic building block of every cell membrane in
the human body. How they work and form membranes is elegant and
molecule has three major parts, one head and
two tails. The head is made from three molecular components: choline,
phosphate, and glycerol. The important thing to remember here is that
the head is hydrophilic— in other words, it is attracted to water. Each
tail is a long, essential fatty acid chain. These fatty acids are
hydrophobic— that is, they are repelled by water.
phospholipids are put in an aqueous (water-based) solution, the
hydrophilic heads of the phospholipids form a line side by side with
their tails behind— much like swimmers at a starting gate(see Figure
1). Then because the tails are hydrophobic, another phospholipid layer
will line itself up tail-to-tail in response to the same aqueous
environment (see Figure 2).This natural alignment creates two-rows of
tightly fitted phospholipid molecules, called a phospholipid bilayer.
It is these phospholipid bilayers that form the membranes around and
within every cell in our bodies. One bilayer is about one 1,000th the
thickness of a sheet of paper.
Cutaway drawing showing
the bilayer structure of phospholipid liposomes.
liposomes in employed in Lypo-Spheric™
not only provide a natural and powerful delivery system but provide an
important source of phosphatidylcholine
which provides massive heath and anti-aging benefits on its own.
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- It is these
liposomal bubbles that are part of every
application of Liposomal Encapsulation Technology. Since the body is
litterally held together with phospholipids, these liposomal spheres
are readily accepted by the body as essential building materials.
Because of their tiny size, they are able to be quickly assimilated
into the bloodstream for delivery throughout the body. Then, as a needy
cell "borrows" the fresh phospholipid molecules from the liposome for
rebuilding, the contents of the liposome are delivered to the same
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