The Phytosome® formulation increases the absorption
of ingredients, improving their systemic bioavailability DISCOVER PHYTOSOME® PRODUCTS
The Phytosome® formulation increases the absorption
of ingredients, improving their systemic bioavailability DISCOVER PHYTOSOME® PRODUCTS
The Phytosome® formulation increases the absorption
of ingredients, improving their systemic bioavailability DISCOVER PHYTOSOME® PRODUCTS
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The Phytosome® formulation
increases the absorption
of active ingredients
improving systemic bioavailability

Phytosome® Products

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Phytosome® Introduction

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Phytosome® Overview

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Compared to unformulated ingredients, with the Phytosome® approach the bioavailability of the ingredients is improved, without resorting to pharmacological adjuvants or structural modification, but by formulating them with a dietary ingredient.
With the Phytosome® approach
the pharmacokinetic profile
is guaranteed without resorting to
pharmacological adjuvants
or structural modification
of the ingredients, but by formulating
them with a dietary ingredient.
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Phytosome® VS Liposome

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In liposomes, the ingredients are dissolved in the central part of the cavity, with limited possibility of molecular interaction between the surrounding lipid and a hydrophilic substance. In a Phytosome® the ingredient is dispersed into lecithin, a dietary surfactant and can be compared to an integral part of the lipid membrane.
In liposomes, the ingredients
are dissolved in the central part
of the cavity, with limited possibility
of molecular interaction
between the surrounding lipid
and a hydrophilic substance.
In a Phytosome® the ingredient
can be compared to an
integral part of the lipid membrane.
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Bioavailability

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Bioavailability is one of the essential tools in pharmacokinetics. When an ingredient is administered orally, its bioavailability is generally limited due to incomplete absorption and first-pass metabolism or may vary from patient to patient.
Bioavailability is one of the essential tools in pharmacokinetics.
When a medication is administered via other routes such as orally,
its bioavailability generally decreases due to incomplete absorption
and first-pass metabolism or may vary from patient to patient.