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The study projects that a majority of confectionery manufacturers are replacing lecithin with ammonium phosphatide, owing to cost-efficiency factors.
Summary: A new market study, titled "Discover Global De-Oiled Lecithin Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges" has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
[ClickPress, Mon Jul 01 2019] Non-GMO fluid lecithin is fast translating into one of the most claimed food in developed markets such as North America and Europe, making food vendors to seek new ways of confidently and quickly introducing new non-GMO food products.
A completely randomized bifactorial (2x4) experiment was designed, with lipid sources (fish oil: FO or soybean lecithin: LO) as a first factor, and as second factor the lipid concentration in the diets with four levels (10, 15, 20 and 25%), in addition, a commercial diet for tilapia (Silver Cup, 15% lipids) was used as a control.
With these samples, the 2% enzyme-modified soy lecithin treatment was the most effective at 97% levels.
Besides, lecithin and emulsifier ratios are 1: 1, 2: 1, 3: 1, and 4: 1, and the ratio of 3: 1 enables HQ-NLC to have a minimum particle size of 458.94 [+ or -] 35.36 nm.
Purpose: In order to verify these encouraging results in humans, the absorption of a standardized Boswellia serrata extract (BE) and its lecithin formulation (CSP) was comparatively investigated in healthy volunteers.
The plant oils and herbal ingredients form an oil-in-water emulsion that is stabilized by lecithin. The plant oils are in the inner portion of the matrix.
6% soybean lecithin caused higher sperm motility and plasma membrane integrity in cryopreserved boar sperm.
According to Taco Bell's explanation in their Web site, Lecithin aids in binding their products' substances together or otherwise it will separate.