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Lipoid GmbH

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Lipoid GmbH
Frigenstraße 4
Ludwigshafen
D-67065
Germany

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edible oils, fats and fatty acids; emulsifiers and emulsifier systems; nutraceutical and functional food ingredients; soya and soya products



With an expertise of over 40 years in producing purified lecithin and phospholipids, Lipoid is a leading supplier and industry pioneer in this field. The company offers a comprehensive range of special phospholipids and phospholipid-based carrier systems for dietetic applications. Its non-GMO phosphatidylcholine products derived from soybean, sunflower and egg yolk are substantial building blocks for nutrient-enriched formulations like emulsions and liposomes. Lipophilic nutrients can be solubilized in its innovative liquid systems (PhytoSolve, PHOSAL). Moreover, its portfolio includes active ingredients like glycerophosphocholine (LIPOID GPC) and phosphatidylserine (LIPOID PS).

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PHOSAL® Curcumin is a novel combination of curcuminoids with phosphatidylcholine from sunflower. As a component of bile, phosphatidylcholine contributes physiologically to the digestion of fats. The phospholipid consists of a hydrophilic ("water-loving") and a lipophilic ("fat-loving") part. It can combine with fats and fat soluble nutrients and disperse them in an aqueous environment.

In the gastrointestinal tract, PHOSAL® Curcumin facilitates the formation of small fat droplets that contain the curcuminoids with a phosphatidylcholine shell. These so called micelles are also formed during the physiological process of fat digestion and allow for the uptake of fat soluble nutrients into the epithelial cells of the small intestine (enterocytes). The formulation of curcuminoids with phosphatidylcholine contributes significantly to the uptake of the active ingredients following entirely nature's own mechanisms. In addition, the inclusion into micelles protects the sensitive curcuminoids from premature degradation, thereby providing an additional bioavailability-enhancing effect.


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