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FOOD SUPPLEMENT BASED ON CHITIN WITH ENHANCED LIPID-LOWERING AND SORPTION PROPERTIES

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Method for evaluating lipid-binding qualities of enterosorbent was described. Mathod takes into account peculiarities of food digestion. A number of lipid binding agents was tested. The researches showed that biologically active additive to food "Chizitel" extracted via electrochemical method has the highest sorption properties towards triglycerides and fatty acids in comparison with well-known enterosorbents such as chitosan and microcrystalline cellulose (MCC) in the investigated PH-range.
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  • ITMO University Kronverksky Prospect, 49, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • ITMO University Kronverksky Prospect, 49, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • ITMO University Kronverksky Prospect, 49, St. Petersburg, Russia
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