Talk:Liposome

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Therefore, the natural encapsulation of lipophilic and hydrophilic nutrients within liposomes has made for a very effective method of bypassing the destructive elements of the gastric system and aiding the encapsulated nutrient to be delivered to the cells and tissues.[21]

I have reviewed the source referenced in this citation and find no evidence to support this statement. Liposomes are only mentioned once in the entire book, in the context of in vitro (in a test tube) comparisons of the efficacy of different Vitamin E radicals. It is obvious to me this entire section is written in a non neutral tone and should be modified by the author to reflect the truly inconclusive, preliminary nature of this research. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 104.173.246.198 (talk) 02:55, 7 July 2016 (UTC)