Create sophisticated and previously unavailable nutraceutical-based products and product lines with Capsoil.
In recent years, an increasing number of dietary supplements have become available in supermarkets and health food shops and pharmacies. The term “nutraceutical” describes any product derived from food sources with extra health benefits in addition to the basic nutritional value found in foods. Nutraceuticals include vitamins, herbal remedies, genetically modified foods, and the foods to which they are added such as bio-yogurts and fortified breakfast cereals.
The growth of the nutraceutical ingredients market is mainly attributed to increasing consumer focus on a healthy lifestyle which has led to consumer demand for the use of nutraceutical ingredients in food and beverages.
The nutraceutical companies have been quick to respond and the global nutraceutical ingredients market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% from 2019 to reach $57.5 billion by 2025.
Linked to Nutraceuticals, the market for Dietary Supplements is also growing. According to Grand View Research, the global dietary supplements market size was estimated at $123.28 billion in 2019 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 8.2% reaching close to $200 billion by 2025. This category growth can be attributed to Increasing health concerns, healthier lifestyles and changing consumer diets. These trends are driving sales of nutritional supplements in the form of powder, liquids, and capsules worldwide.
Essential lipophilic micronutrients, such as vitamins are vital for human health and wellbeing.
Production methods and formats for lipophilic vitamins such as A, D, E, and oils including Omega 3, Oregano and Ginseng, are limited due to factors affecting their stability and delivery systems, as well their bioavailability.
Capsoil’s strength in the Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements categories is based on its ability to provide stable formulations that can be delivered to and dispersed evenly within the body with greater absorption and bioavailability of the active ingredients. Capsoil can develop sophisticated and previously unavailable nutraceutical-based products and product formats.
Capsoil’s key advantages are:
Capsoil nanometric powder technology will prevent the degradation of the vitamins and enhance their bioavailability in the human gastrointestinal system.
The advantages are based on the conversion of oil to Nano size powders, where nanometric size of the powder particles, results in larger surface area for the powder which improves bioavailability.
Omega 3 is an excellent example:
The primary active ingredients found in Omega 3 Oil (DPA, EPA and DHA) work together to ensure the proper functioning of the human body. Scientific research has shown that each of these fatty acids have unique advantages.
Capsoil technology can vary the mix/content of fatty acids that are encapsulated in the nano powder and therefore tailor nutraceutical products to meet specific and targeted health needs.
The challenge here is to improve the bioavailability and increase the absorption of these active ingredients using Capsoil nanometric powder, as compared to currently available oils.
Because Capsoil powder has better bioavailability and absorption it enables the use of less oil for the same results, so manufacturers can supply smaller capsules which provide better bioavailability, at a lower overall cost.
By enabling Enteric coating Capsoil protects the raw materials from stomach acid and makes it more comfortable for the consumer.
Lipophilic oils are the basis for the most important nutraceuticals being produced and marketed todayThe list of Nutraceuticals most suitable for or the Capsoil technology includes the following:
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