Digestive lipids such as triglycerides, diglycerides
, fatty acids, phospholipids, cholesterol , and other lipids based on synthetic origin offer improvement in bioavailability of the drug in contrast to the nondigestible lipids with which reduced bioavailability may occur due to impairment in absorption caused by retention of the fraction of administered drug in the formulation itself.
the emulsifiers monoglyceride and diglyceride
(Distld), baking yeast (Iran Molass Co.
In the last step the rearrangement of the tetrahedral intermediate gives rise to an ester and a diglyceride
Figure 19-6 Emulsifiers and Suggested Percentage Usage Product Suggested Percentage Usage Mono- and diglyceride
Lipex[TM] 203 E-70 Ethoxylated mono, diglyceride
from mango kernel oil.
Pure and various concentrations of rapeseed oil (RO) and mono- and diglyceride
(MDG) mixtures were tribologically tested.
Babcock Hall, Madison, WI 53706) are in the early stages of a three-year project to make reduced-fat (60%) table spread products using mono- and diglyceride
emulsifiers from butteroil.
Enova is made from soy and canola oils, and has been processed so that 80% of the oil is present in diglyceride
form as opposed to triglyceride form.
This composition of diglyceride
with the unique position of fatty acids makes an important difference.
Another fat system that can be optimized to reduce fat content is through the addition of mono- or diglyceride
emulsifiers to cake shortenings.
Even though, this study did not determine the fatty acid content, it can be replaced by crude fat, as it is also known as the ether extract or the free lipid content, the lipid materials may include triglycerides, diglycerides
, monoglycerides, phospholipids, steroids, and free fatty acids (Association of American Feed Control Officials [AAFCO], 2014).
0 Species Distribution of lipids in some species (%) Triglycerides Diglycerides