Liposomal Vitamin C for Neuropathy

It’s both the lecithin and the ascorbic acid which are going to reduce the symptoms of neuropathy The Vitamin C will reduce the inflammation and repair the damage where it can (neuropathy has many and varied root causes). The lecithin component of the liposomal vitamin C contains choline a building block for our nerve cells. Choline protects the myelin sheath and maintains nerve function. For anyone undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy liposomal vitamin C is a sure way to to protect your healthy cells from the nerve damage these therapies can so often inflict.
Cancer alone is enough to deal with without adding neuropathy to the mix.
Here’s a great article that explains all the different types of neuropathy and the various symptoms. The author also lists conventional treatments, symptom management and suggested supplements. Lecithin is top of the list and the author suggests between 1.2 and 3.6 grams of lecithin powder each day.
So, 2 teaspoons of Life Energy C Liposomal Vitamin C each day is going to take care of this nerve maintenance requirement. It is safe to increase this amount to the level in which you feel a sense of increased brain focus and or alertness ( yes lecithin is great brain food). Friends who have suffered from neuropathy tell me they almost instant feel relief and increased clarity from just one tablespoon of life Energy C.

Learn more about neuropathy

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within Australia – Life Energy C

The Life Energy C product will provide 44g of ascorbic acid and tastes like ..well ..it tastes like nothing else. There are no fruity flavors in this product to mask this pure product’s taste. Note: Many people say they get used to the taste after a week of taking it and come to crave the unusual taste. I pour it down the back of my throat to avoid many taste buds and the taste doe sot linger. The best way I can describe it is a strange sour yet zingy taste.

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The Liponaturals product on i-herb will provide 30g of ascorbic acid and the flavours of fermented plum, mint, & linseed. Note; The cost of postage varies on i-herb depending on the amount of products you order in one purchase. With orders I make on i-herb over around $50-$60 I find standard postage is about 10 days and free.
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Leave 6 hrs between Chlorella and High Dose Vitamin C in order to reap the highest benefits of both.

Today I learnt that I need to make a new rule, being to “always take my two favorite supplements at different times of the day”. This article explains vitamin C may weaken the chelation binding capacity of the chlorella and if I’m taking high dose Vitamin C, I need to allow at least 6 hours before enjoying my chlorella.
No problem! I enjoy my Chlorella Chia Jar first thing in the morning (chia & goji’s soaked o’night in H2O w a sq of lemon juice, tspn ginger powder, 1 tspn chlorella) and now just need to move my high dose Vitamin C protocol to the afternoon so as to not disrupt the good work the chlorella is doing.
It’s a great article and will switch you on to the amazing benefits of chlorella – if you are not already switched on. https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/health-benefits-of-chlorella/?fbclid=IwAR218i0FTnfr-qLeYBXOnO_4Eo6aON0U5MRic8BRLa6Q7Nj-VsGhxzFy78Y


DIY liposomal vitamin C recipe

High Dose Vitamin C can be made at home.

If you are at a stage in your healing journey where you have the ability to focus your attention energy and time towards making your own Liposomal Vitamin C, then I fully encourage you to give this recipe a go. It is the best recipe I have come across on the web and the one I initially used for my own product.

Due to the type of cancer I was diagnosed with and for the great care I take of my liver, I make the above high dose vitamin c  recipe without alcohol and I only ever make it with  non-GMO sunflower lecithin, never soy. I use a borosilicate glass beaker suspended in a large powerful ultra sonic cleaner to degas quickly after blending, and for creating the liposomes.

I recommend you read everything on the http://qualityliposomalc.com/ website before getting started with making your own liposomal vitamin C. Have the Quality Liposomal C website at hand to double check your understanding is clear as you proceed with the process.
I bought my Australian made ultrasonic cleaner from Jake and Lyn at Unisonics. They have been really helpful. My blender is 2L in size and I have a bar fridge turned on very cold, to accommodate the blender or the beaker during the cooling periods.
Homemade liposomal vitamin C recipe utensil

I am constantly checking the temperature of my mix when it’s in the blender and in the beaker. I find that these lipids can change temperature very fast once they pass 25c. I use an infrared thermometer not too different from the one pictured above. This style of temperate reading device can be purchased at Bunnings Australia. It is a very clean way to get temperature readings from the inside and bottom of the blender jug.

Finally, be patient and plan ahead. It takes lots of time and plenty of attention to the process to make good liposomes. I do understand that not everyone’s energy, or weekly healing routine is the same as mine, and not everyone’s schedule will align with the time needed to complete this recipe, this week. I do encourage you however to bookmark this page, so that if and when you are ready to give it a go or you decide it might suit a friend who is looking for healing support- it’s here at your finger tips.

Wishing you all the very best for a joy-full recovery!
p.s bookmark and or follow this blog as I will be updating this recipe page before the end of Feb 2019 with a new (easy to follow and faster to make) recipe; one that I have been using myself and am in the process of recording.
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In this online article by Dr. Jockers he explains Liposomal vitamin C in easy-to-read terms, and in much more depth. He also shares his own Liposomal Vitamin C dosage recommendations:

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The Power of Phospholipids in Life Energy C; High Dose Vitamin C

This article explores the research that says ingesting high concentrations of quality phosphatidylcholine (PC) provides enormous health benefits in terms our liver, cardiovascular, kidney, lung, gastrointestinal (GI), neurologic, and skin functions.

PC is an essential Phospholipid. Each teaspoon (5g) of Life Energy C contains 1g of Vitamin C in the form of Ascorbic Acid which is directly deposited into our cells due to the fact that it is encapsulated within 4 grams of phospholipids made from non-GMO sunflower seeds. Read wonderful article on the incredible power of phospholipids here

In this online article by Dr. Jockers he explains Liposomal vitamin C ( including the phospholipid component) in easy-to-read terms, and in much more depth.

Dr. Jockers also shares his Liposomal Vitamin C dosage recommendations:

Check out my blog and the many articles that may help you.

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vitamin C here

What are Liposomes?

Liposomes are
tiny “nano-size” fat soluble vehicles
for carrying nutrients to the body’s cells.   

Dr Alec Banham, a hematologist at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge, UK discovered the liposomal technology.
“Lipo” is Greek for fat while “soma” means body.  These are a double layer of fatty materials which is similar to the phospholipid bilayer of the cell membranes in the body.

Liposomal vitamin C is packaged like a bodily cell so it passes through the digestive barrier and delivers the nutrient directly to the bloodstream.  This has a much higher absorption rate with over 90% of the cells being bathed in vitamin C.  This is even vastly superior to IV vitamin C which is an expensive but effective procedure that is done quite often in hospitals and alternative health clinics.

In this online article by Dr. Jockers he explains Liposomal vitamin C in easy-to-read terms, and in much more depth.

Dr. Jockers also shares his Liposomal Vitamin C dosage recommendations:

Check out my blog and the many articles that may help you.

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vitamin C here





Collection of Articles on Lecithin

This article belwo was written by Kalli Harrison for  www.livestrong.com and is worth reading to understand more about the benefits of consuming the lecithin in which the vitamin c is encapsulated.

Benefits of Phosphatidylcholine


Phosphatidylcholine is a ubiquitous, naturally occurring phospholipid molecule. It is the major lipid, or fat, of cell membranes and blood proteins. Also known as PC, phosphatidylcholine serves as the body’s main source of choline, an essential nutrient and precursor to the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine. PC is also necessary for the production of surfactants, which are critical for lung function and gastrointestinal health. The terms “phosphatidylcholine” and “lecithin” are sometimes used interchangeably; however, lecithin is actually a mixture of several lipids and phospholipids.

Liver Health

PC is necessary for the composition and repair of cell membranes and is vital for normal liver function. Research indicates PC’s most beneficial role is in the prevention and treatment of various forms of liver disease and toxicity. PC protects liver cells from viral damage, reduces fibrosis, and prevents cell death from drugs, alcohol and other chemical toxins.

Several studies have shown PC’s protective and healing effect on patients with hepatitis A, B and C. In a double blind trial published in the journal Liver, PC administration for chronic, active hepatitis resulted in significant reduction of disease activity. Another study in Hepatology, revealed that choline-deficient patients had a reversal of hepatic steatosis, or fatty liver disease, upon choline supplementation. Additionally, a study from the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, resulted in PC protection of rat liver cells from alcohol-induced toxicity. The authors propose that phosphatidylcholine reduces cell death through a reduction in oxidative stress.

Intestinal Health

Phosphatidylcholine is a major lipid in the protective mucus layer of the gastrointestinal tract. It can mitigate GI injury by exerting an anti-inflammatory effect. A recent study in BMC Gastroenterology, shows that PC inhibits pro-inflammatory substances and is beneficial for those suffering from ulcerative colitis.

Emerging evidence also indicates that PC can protect the stomach and intestinal lining from the damaging effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, also called NSAIDs. Using a combined product of the NSAID, naproxen and PC, a study in Inflammopharmacology states that ” Naproxen-PC appears to induce significantly less GI injury and bleeding in two rodent model systems while maintaining anti-inflammatory and COX-inhibitory activity.”

Neuropsychiatric Disorders

Phosphatidylcholine’s importance in cell membrane integrity and intracellular communication has led to research in the area of neurology. Although studies are limited, data suggests PC supplementation can reduce symptoms of illnesses associated with low levels of acetylcholine including, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, Huntington’s chorea, Tourette’s syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease. Results from a study in the Journal Proteome Research, revealed that lipid abnormalities within the brain and blood may be factors in the disease processes of both schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

What Phospholipids Do

Because the phosphate group in the phospholipid is charged, it allows this lipid to mix with both fat and water, making it amphipathic. This is why phospholipids are able make up the outer membranes of cells. Phospholipids form a double-layer membrane — or bilayer — around the contents of the cell, with the phosphate heads facing both the inside and outside of the cell, and the fatty acids in rows that face each other within the membrane, helping to form a water-repelling barrier. This barrier keeps the aqueous contents of the cell separate from the aqueous exterior. However, the phospholipid membrane does allows small — albeit important — molecules to pass into and out of the cell, such as oxygen and carbon dioxide.

While phospholipids are important as cell membranes, that’s not their only role in your body. These fats are also crucial for digestion. In the stomach, phospholipids help break fats down so they’re easier to digest, and in the small intestine, the phospholipids in bile help emulsify fats so they can be carried in blood.




Sunflower Lecithin: The World’s Best Brain Supplement and More!


In this online article by Dr. Jockers he explains Liposomal vitamin C in easy-to-read terms, and in much more depth.

Dr. Jockers also shares his Liposomal Vitamin C dosage recommendations:

Check out my blog and the many articles that may help you.

Buy soy-free and alcohol-free liposomal 
vitamin C here


A site inspired by my own healing journey with High Dose Vitamin C

Thanks for joining me. I was diagnosed secondary breast cancer in 2017 and Liposomal Vitamin C is paying a very important role in supporting me in my healing and my overall energy levels.

My aim with this blog site is to share articles, research links and anecdotes which will inspire people who are taking control of their healing, to perhaps give high dose vitamin C a place in their healing journey.

I am constantly posting articles to help you quickly find what information relates most directly to your situation. And, please, if you have links to interesting articles, research or anecdotes you would like to see included, please feel free to send them in via the contact page.

And, I am also able to send  high quality Liposomal C (free from soy and alcohol) to people here in Australia who are  healing themselves from what the mainstream medical world label as chronic health conditions. My clients are people like me, who understand the powerful effects high dose vitamin C has on the body’s ability to heal itself.

Blessings for a joyful healing journey


Listen to this video interview with Chris Wark and Ron Hunninghake, MD.
Ron Hunninghake is a world-renowned expert on the use of vitamin C for cancer.

In this online article by Dr. Jockers he explains Liposomal vitamin C in easy-to-read terms, and in much more depth.

Dr. Jockers also shares his Liposomal Vitamin C dosage recommendations:

Check out my blog and the many articles that may help you.

Buy soy-free and alcohol-free liposomal 
vitamin C here