All I can tell you is that we can see chylomicrons in the plasma of blood, especially after
someone has eaten a high fat diet - or if they have high triglycerides. The blood viewing
under the scope is not diagnostic so I don't think it would be a reliable way to measure.
Have you tried evaluating the Vitamin C in the urine?
So micron - millionth and nano - billionth, meaning these nano particles might be 1000 times smaller... Asked this person w/the microscope to see what they can see after taking 5 Lypo-C.
Hadn't thought about using our new C-meters to measure vitamin C in the urine! That could be a stroke of genius w/r to Lypo-C. Putting this on my list.
Purchased 2 more (different) glucose meters at random... To make our measurements better, and hoping to stumble across a meter that only reads glucose. (johnwen, if your rep knows of such an "accurate" glucose-only meter, please let me know!)