NanoBioSphere technology marches on . . .
Nanospheres Improve Bioavailability
GCG (epigallocatechin-3-gallate) is the most abundant catechin in green tea and is a potent antioxidant that has been shown to help support important health functions. But delivering EGCG in adequate amounts to the most important tissue targets has proven to be far less than optimal.*
Our patent-pending NanoBioSpheres™ Delivery System is about to change all that. Why? Because it carries the payload of NanoEGCG across the oral mucosa into the circulatory system in highly permeable lipid nanoparticles that increase bioavailability and actively carry the payload to target tissues.*
We call our nanospheres NanoBioSpheres. Owing to our proprietary manufacturing process, they are taken up more readily by cells than larger particles. Also, they tend to be preferentially absorbed by types of tissue that are more permeable than normal, allowing NanoBioSpheres to slip through tiny openings and gain access to cells.*
Nanospheres are very small particles, measured in nanometers (nm), or billionths of a meter, that are now burgeoning into nutrient-delivery systems with diameters as small as 50 nm or even lower. Those showing greater efficacy are made of natural lipids, in which lipophilic compounds, such as the nutrients mentioned above, can readily dissolve. Their special size range and unique properties contribute to greater bioavailabilty.
We are proud to offer our NanoBioSpheres, which may well be the best delivery system yet.