What’s venocaps

  • Is a dietary supplement based on liposomal iron and vitaminc ,helpfulin cases of dietary deficiency or increased organic requrements for certain nutreints.
  • Irone contributes to the normal energy metabolism ,normal functioning of the immune system and the reduction of tiredness
  • Vitamin c contributes to protection of the cells from oxidative stress.
  • Vitamin c enhance absorbtion of iron.
  • The iron treated with liposomal technology is intact through the gastric environment to be absorbed directly by intestines,therby maximizing the bioavailability ,preventing any possible irritation in the stomach,andpreventing any side effects commonly associated with other types of iron .


Whats microencapsulation

  • Microencapsulation can be used to deliver everything from improved nutrition to extended shelf life. In fact, it’s one of the greatest opportunities you have to expand your brand’s potential.
  • As the leading provider of microencapsulated solutions in food and feed, Maxx is the perfect partner to help pump up your product portfolio.
  • How it works
  • Using a highly modified proprietary fluid bed arrangement, we cloak the active ingredients in your product with a protective food-grade shell the size of a human hair. This creates a barrier to preserve the ingredients during food processing—and the ability to release them at just the right moment for maximum effectiveness.


Benefit of microencapsulation

  • By controlling the release of certain ingredients, microencapsulation gives you the power to:
  • Protect shelf life
  • Prevent moisture pickup and make ingredients free-flowing
  • Enhance flavor and quality
  • Mask off taste or odors
  • Fortify through the selective release of nutrients
  • Deliver functional ingredients
  • Provide ingredient stability
  • Prevent ingredient interaction
  • Enhance the bioavailability of nutrients
  • Act as a delivery system or facilitate delivery


Why liposomal form

  • There are currently many iron-based supplements on the market that may show side effects such as diarrhea,
  • nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. Furthermore, an excess of free iron in the intestinal lumen can potentially lead to proliferation of pathogenic bacteria in the gut at the expense of the intestinal microbiome, causing dysbiosis and increasing the risk of infections (Buret et al., J Biomed Sci, 2019; Parmanand et al., J NutrBiochem, 2019).
  • In order to avoid these side effects, it is possible to exploit the properties of Lipofer®, microencapsulated and micronized liposomal iron, in which the latter is protected by a microcapsule of sunflower lecithin acting as a protective shell.
  • Various studies have shown that the microencapsulated form has the great advantage (compared to the supplementation with free ionic form of iron) of a high gastrointestinal absorption and a high bioavailability together with a reduced systemic toxicity (Visciano et al., Giornale Italiano di Nefrologia, 2013).
  • Thanks to the liposomal microencapsulation technology, the characteristic and typical metallic taste of iron is also eliminatedand it is therefore possible to obtain a tablet with a pleasant taste. The microencapsulated iron does not come into contact with the gastrointestinal mucosa (and with possible pathogenic microorganisms), but is directly absorbed by the intestine. The liposomal shell prevents the premature degradation of iron and / or its inactivation before arrival in the intestine, thus facilitating complete absorption.
  • Some studies have shown that, thanks to liposomal technology, iron absorption is 3.5 times greater than free iron pyrophosphate, 2.7 times higher than iron sulfate and 4.1 times higher than iron gluconate. Furthermore, the plasma concentration of liposomal iron was found to be maximum after two hours of intake, which guarantees greater bioavailability of the element for all metabolic processes (Visciano et al., Giornale Italiano di Nefrologia, 2013).


What are Liposomes?

  • The term liposome is derived from the Greek words “lipos” for fat and “soma” for body. The word stem also describes very well the properties of liposomes to represent a small body (vesicle).
  • Liposomes are lipid vesicles made of phospholipids (in our case derived from sunflowers) strung together, which form a double membrane. This double membrane can also be found in almost all biomembranes (for example the cell membranes of our body). Both in their aqueous interior and within their fat-soluble double membrane, liposomes can transport such different substances regardless of their charge, size or structure, while being protected from the body’s own digestive enzymes and to some extent even from gastric acid.



The phospholipids, which are the main building blocks of liposomes, are mostly of plant origin, e.g. from sunflowers. Theoretically, liposomes can also fuse with cell membranes as the structure from a phospholipid double membrane is identical to those of our main building blocks. This fact makes the absorption of the phospholipid membranes and their uptake in the body a priority. Due to this deception, liposomes easily reach their destination via the digestive tract. We call them our “trojan horse” of drug delivery.

In conclusion, liposomes have three basic abilities:

  • In conclusion, liposomes have three basic abilities:
  • Protection of the active ingredients: The rough environment of the stomach can damage some active ingredients. Encapsulation in liposomes protects the active ingredients in the digestive system.
  • Masking: Phospholipids mask the active ingredients so that larger amounts can be absorbed and escape the selective function of the small intestine. Osmotic (hydrophilic) side effects of some high-dose vitamins and minerals can thus be reduced.
  • Absorption: Liposomes are preferentially absorbed at the intestinal wall, as they consist of phospholipids just like our cell membranes. Through normal fat absorption, the active ingredients then enter the enterocytes (intestinal cells) directly, and from there into the blood via the lymphatic system. The route via the liver can thus be avoided, which ensures that direct discharge or inactivation is prevented [1].


What does liposomal mean?

The revolution in liposomal formulations is based on a natural phenomenon. Phospholipids trap liquids in a lipid bubble under certain conditions. Whether these fluids contain vitamins, minerals or micronutrients is irrelevant for the liposome. Essential substances in aqueous solutions are thus automatically enclosed by the liposomes during the formation phase. A foodstuff enriched with liposomes is therefore “liposomal” if the primary active substance contained in the foodstuff is enclosed in liposomes. Thus, a synthesis takes place which allows vitamins, minerals or micronutrients to be transported more easily. This is because the aim of taking any active ingredient is to ensure its transport into the bloodstream via the mucosal and intestinal epithelial cells.



how to take:

I caps per day


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