Liposomes are little protective bubbles first discovered in breast milk.
The job of these tiny “bubbles” is to protect the nutrients in the milk so they can be delivered directly into the baby’s cells.
This is how Mother Nature makes sure that the baby gets MAXIMUM absorption of these life-giving nutrients.
Once the liposome reaches the cell it is immediately recognized as “friendly” and allowed to fully absorb into the cell.
Scientists soon found they could mimic Mother Nature by using liposomes to deliver just about any nutrient safely into a cell.