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Anyone know anything about making things liposomal?

Answered on April 21, 2014
Created April 21, 2014 at 12:30 AM

I'd really like some more information about making different types.

I'd like to make my own Liposomal L-Glutamine and Acetyl-L-Carnitine, but all I can find are instructions for Vitamin C and Glutathione. (Which would also be badass to take, but I'm never sick, and Glutathione is EXPENSIVE.)

Anyway, would I use the same ratio of 3 TBSP of Soy Lecithin with one cup of water and 3 TBSP Glutamine with one cup of water? I've seen some people use different ratios, and I'm not trying to %$*# up my body because I made it wrong. How do I figure out how much to use?

Someone help a newb biohacker out!

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on April 21, 2014
at 10:17 AM

I think the key to the ratios are based on the pH of the end result, I'm not sure why but that's the gist of what I saw on the various boards trying to make liposomal glutathione - which of course needs to be liposomal or in another form to survive digestion. My guess is that if you use too much lecithin, you'll just have a bunch of extra lecithin, which isn't harmful and has its own benefits.

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on April 21, 2014
at 07:53 AM

Oh hell yeah! I'm currently in ketosis so that is great news.

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on April 21, 2014
at 05:32 AM

For a minute, I considered trying to lower my intake of glutamates. I soon realized that glutamates are delicious. A ketogenic diet promotes better conversion of glutamates to glutamine, and glutamine to GABA.

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on April 21, 2014
at 05:11 AM

Thanks paleot. I had no idea they broke down into things that are toxic in abundance. Very ignorant thing to not think about. Haha But thank you for not being a useless ass like the dude above you and actually helping. I could've done it anyway and really messed up my body. Cheers, dude!

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on April 21, 2014
at 05:11 AM

Thanks paleot. I had no idea they broke down into things that are toxic in abundance. Very ignorant thing to not think about. Haha But thank you for not being a useless ass like the dude above you and actually helping. I could've done it anyway and really messed up my body. Cheers, dude!

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on April 21, 2014
at 04:51 AM

Glutamine is metabolized to glutamate and ammonia, and Carnitine is metabolized into TMAO. I wouldn't want to hack my body with megadoses of any of those, especially with tablespoons of soy. Vitamin C and Glutathione is where it's at.

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on April 21, 2014
at 01:49 AM

Take your money, put it in the toilet, flush. Same effect as liposomal vitamins/supplements.

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on April 21, 2014
at 10:17 AM

I think the key to the ratios are based on the pH of the end result, I'm not sure why but that's the gist of what I saw on the various boards trying to make liposomal glutathione - which of course needs to be liposomal or in another form to survive digestion.

My guess is that if you use too much lecithin, you'll just have a bunch of extra lecithin, which isn't harmful and has its own benefits.

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