Polymers and oligomers (a type of polymer) are often thought of as synthetic, but natural carbohydrates such as starch or our own body’s glycogen are also polymers.
Liposomal Vitamin C is a phospholipid that carries a bioactive component at its core. You can think of it as a “Trojan horse” that takes a completely different path compared to normal vitamin C which you get from food and/or supplements.
Vitamin C (also known as ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin that, in addition to its function as an electron donor (or antioxidant), also works as a coenzyme for many other enzymes.
In order to be able to correctly explain you all future blogposts, we must first explain some basic concepts.
This basic concepts will be referred too often in later blogs, so this post will certainly serve as a reference.