Searching the internet, I find just the opposite idea regarding Vitamin-C and diabetics.
"So, the intake of vitaminC as an antioxidant is much recommended and scientifically proven in diabetics."
Liposomal Vitamin-C is just a more effective process of getting Vitamin-C into your body. The other ingredient in Liposomal Vitamin-C is usually sunflower lecithin powder. On the sunflower lecithin powder bottle label, sugar is not listed.
I had just read the liposomal Vitamin-C wasn't good for a diabetic. I know you can read anything on the net, and that is why I put this on the forum. I respect your opinion CLO2 and was happy you responded. Since Vitamin-C can stay in the body for weeks, should I allow it to dissipate for a week or so before taking a protocol (in a perfect world). I am very happy about learning about liposomal Vitamin-C and was looking forward to making and taking it until I read it was bad for diabetics. Thanks for the good news and your reply.
Sorry for the late Reply CL02 and John1. When I posted my Diabetic post, several articles appeared saying liposomal Vitamin-C wasn't good for Diabetics. Can't seem to find one now, which is strange. I must have selected verbiage which was different from my recent attempt. Don't know what verbiage that was. It now appears to be a big green light for homemade liposomal Vitamin-C. I am happy to have found out about making your own liposomal Vitamin-C. Thanks CL02.
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