What I did yesterday... Yesterday me and my buddy (whos somewhat of a health nut) made a ton of smoothies and liposomal vitamins. We went to the local Dutch market and got $30 worth of veggies and fruit. I'm more partial to the veggies myself, with the fruit thrown in for taste. My basic ingredients: Spinach, celery, carrots, beets, bananas, ginger, cinnamon, honey, olive oil and coconut oil (the oils I eat on a regular basis anyway). Now I've taken to adding cauliflower and broccoli in small amounts cause they are pretty strong, and they do funny things to the texture, the cflower is 'gritty', and broccoli makes it very 'green' tasting. I also add various powdered supplements when I have them, moringa and pine pollen right now, but he brought over all kinds of various powdered supplements, tumeric, luca, apricot, and a whole bunch of other things- all purportedly very good for you. I'll make a weeks worth, and 'drink' (sometimes I dont add enough liquid and theyre kinda thick!) them during the day at work. One jar is really a meal, but depending on whats in them it can actually fill you up. Now the liposomes. He has an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner that breaks up substances so they bind to the vitamins (the yellow and white jars) making them more bioavailable. Various studies/reports have some conficting information on this, but Vitamin C therapy is being used to treat cancer in some places, and is approved by the FDA. Yesterday we made vitamin C, CoQ10 and glutathione. Theres a wealth of info on the net about these, some good and some neutral. Anyone have experience with these? The theory is that you absorb the nutrients better when they are encapsulated, bypassing the digestive system which breaks them down and why your pee is so bright yellow when you take vitamins because you arent absorbing them. Just thought I'd share! We turned the kitchen into a complete disaster area for the day, but my girl threw her back out the other day so didnt have to see it all in its full glory until I started cleaning up.