Soy lecithin CAS 8002-43-5

Soy lecithin CAS 8002-43-5

Lecithin is made Soya beans & is a Light Cream colour odourless powder. It is used for its wide functional, Nutritional and therapeutic properties. Lecithin is a naturally occuring group of phospholipids found in nearly every living cell.

Introduction

Lecithin is made Soya beans & is a Light Cream colour odourless powder. It is used for its wide  functional, Nutritional and therapeutic properties. Lecithin is a naturally occuring group of phospholipids found in nearly every living cell.It is a vital multifunctional active substance used in manufacturing of variety Food products, Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare and Animal Feeds among other wide ranging Industrial applications. Lecithin is natural dietary source of  Essential Phospholipids viz Phosphatidyl choline, Phosphatidyl ethanolamine, Phosphatidyl inositol & Phosphatidyl serine. These phospholipids are the building blocks of life and are vital for healthy function of every cell membrane in the body.

Functions and Applications

1.In Food Industries: Soya Lecithin is used as Natural Emulsifier, Wetting agent, Dispersing agent, Stabilizing agent, Viscosity


Reducing agent, Antispattering agent, Mixing & Blending agent, Release agent, Conditioning, Lipotropic,


Surface Active Agent and as an Emillient and Antioxidant as well. "    


2.In Cosmetics Industries: Lecithin adds to Suppleness, Penetration, Lather Stability, Better Distribution, Skin Protection and care. It is a good antioxidant since its chelating ability enables it to combat complex heavy metals. Lecithin increases respiration capacity of the skin. Usage level is 0.5% to 2.0%    


3.In Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Industries: Lecithin is natural dietary source of Essential Phospholipids-the valuable nutrients viz Phosphatidyl choline, Phosphatidyl ethanolamine, Phosphatidyl inositol & Phosphatidyl serine. These phospholipids are the building blocks of life and are vital for healthy function of every cell membrane in the body.




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