My understanding is that Dr Levy is frequently on this site and was hoping for a reply. Based upon your suggestion, I will write him and ask if he would kindly respond.
I would suspect is that the production and the analysis work was conducted by the folks at Livon Lab. Not meant to be a negative. My question was based on the observation that there are many well meaning folks out there posting LET instructions. However, you can easily find suggestions such as, "Use hot water to mix the vitamin C so it will dissolve faster" type of instructions. Not that hot water would make a difference in the percentage of encapsulation, but it will degrade the ascorbate. I have to admit, I am curious to know what process was used to make the LET that lead doctor Levy to make this statement.
I have developed a process that makes intuitive sense to me but I want to quantify it without taking out a second mortgage on my house. I posted my original question back on December 16, 2014. My wife read Levy's statement about a month ago, which made me think of Chris' posting; http://www.qualityliposomalc.com/
. This prompted my recent re-posting to the folks on this forum for a suggested method to determine the percent of encapsulation.