Liposomes have the ability to transport both water and fatty substances, which makes them an ideal transport system for substances needed by the cells of our body. Liposomes are structures that arise spontaneously from phospholipids. They have the form of bubbles with a size of 0.01-1 micrometers filled with water (or an aqueous solution), surrounded by a double lipid layer with a thickness of approx. 5 nanometers, hence they are also called phospholipid vesicles. Their shell is similar to biological membranes. Phospholipid vesicles are made of the same components as the membranes of our body cells and are small enough to penetrate the walls of blood vessels.
Opti Liposomal Lutein + A and E + Selenium is a formula whose ingredients include contribute to the proper vision, the proper condition of the mucous membranes, are beneficial to the retina, and limit the development of age-related changes. We often talk about defending something like an eye in the head, and loss of sight is considered one of the worst misfortunes that can happen to a person. Unfortunately, many factors, such as UV light, air pollution or aging, sometimes lead to serious eye diseases. Lutein has been known for years to keep your eyes healthy. Lutein in Polish is the name for two completely different substances. The first is the common name of the female hormone, progesterone - a drug most often used to support pregnancy in the first weeks of pregnancy, in the case of menstrual disorders or other problems related to its deficiency. However, lutein "for the eyes" is not a hormone, but a yellow xanthophyll pigment from the carotenoid group, found in many products, mainly vegetable, especially green vegetables, such as kale or spinach (it plays an important role in protecting eyesight). Due to aging, poor diet and exposure to light, the macula becomes damaged over time. This process, classified as a disease, is known as Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD). It leads to the deterioration of eyesight, loss of acute vision or central vision, and in the last stage of the disease, even to blindness.
If we have doubts whether our body absorbs enough lutein from the diet, it is worth supporting the eyes with appropriate supplementation. Especially recommended for people who are exposed to shortages due to chronic illness, work intensity, lack of time, old age and similar factors. With a poorly balanced diet, the supply of lutein may be too low, which can lead to AMD. AMD is a macular degeneration that occurs in people over the age of 50. The macula is the place in the retina of the eye with the highest concentration of pigments necessary for acute vision. Vitamin Ato is an extremely important vitamin that is essential for the functioning of our body. It has a large share in the process of vision, influences growth, regulates the growth of epithelial tissue and other cells of the body. In addition, it has anti-cancer properties, protects the epithelium of the respiratory system against microbes, strengthens the immune system, prevents infections, helps fight bacteria and viruses, maintains the proper condition of the skin, hair and nails, and also affects the proper functioning of cell membranes. It is one of the most important compounds that builds the body's immunity. People who work at the computer, pregnant women, alcoholics and smokers, and the elderly are all in need of more vitamin A. Vitamin A deficiency is most often manifested by: poor vision after dusk (so-called "night blindness"), hair loss and brittleness, stunted growth, chapped skin and rash, drying out of the cornea and conjunctiva of the eye, the presence of brittle and slowly growing nails, increased susceptibility to bacterial and viral infections, acne, pimples, prone to diarrhea.
The main action of vitamin E is to fight free radicals that attack the human body every day. In addition, it affects the proper blood clotting and ensures adequate muscle mobility and lowers the concentration of "bad" cholesterol in the body. Vitamin E is very important for women and men - in women it supports proper ovulation, ensures the proper development of the fetus, and thus influences the proper course of pregnancy; in men, it supports the production of sperm. Vitamin has a positive effect on the condition of the skin. Not only does it delay the aging processes, but also nourishes, moisturizes, regenerates and lubricates. This is why the skin is much more flexible and looks young. Lack of adequate amounts of vitamin E in the body is extremely rare, although it does happen. This mainly applies to people suffering from fat absorption disorders, cystic fibrosis and celiac disease. The main symptoms of vitamin E deficiency are: general fatigue and irritability, anemia, trouble concentrating, deterioration in vision, sterility, hair loss