Liposomal vitamin C

There is no point in taking liposomal vitamin C. Dehydrosacorbic acid, not acorbic acid, is deficient in many diets, heavily laden with polyphenols, from coffee, tea and sodas, for example, and antioxidant supplements.

I am not recommending this but some iron sulfate taken with vitamin C could increase levels of dehydroascorbic acid. As vitamin C increases iron absorption and as iron is required by the gut supplemental iron would still have to be taken away from vitamin C. When supplementing with iron always tests of iron levels are required.

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