I am very suspicious about the word "micelle". Different
companies get novel ideas about getting maximum absorption of certain
compounds including vitamins. When Vitamin A and carotene are broken
down (fragmented) into micelles (teeny, weeny fragments) they can get through
the intestinal absorptive cell more efficiently. Is that good? I think
not. It was and still is being used with Slow K (potassium supplements)
and has been literally outlawed, but the company is still doing it.
It is destroying intestinal cells by unbalancing them. Intestinal cells
in healthy people "know" what to absorb - they have cellular controls.
With all these new ideas of getting things through "come
Hell or Highwater" I believe damage is being done.
From Pecan Bread