capsanthin

capsanthin

[kap′san·thən]
(biochemistry)
C40H58IO3 Carmine-red carotenoid pigment occurring in paprika.
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Paprika also contains the carotenoid (https://www.pharmacompass.com/chemistry-chemical-name/capsanthin) capsanthin that is known to increase the levels of good cholesterol or HDL in the body.
In another study, when astaxanthin was compared to the three other carotenoids (beta-carotene, capsanthin, and bixin), astaxanthin was found to be the most active in preventing the reproduction of human leukemic cells.
Oleoresins contain a significant amount of esters of capsorubin, capsanthin, cryptoxanthin, zeaxanthin, and other carotenoids [70, 71], used in foodstuff and cosmetics, and serve as a source of the pungent component capsaicin for pharmaceutical products [72, 73] or self-defense weaponry [74].
The free radicals produced by irradiation led to chemical reactions, such as ferrous ions in heme oxidized to ferric iron, and capsanthin in pepper powder was decomposed into other chemicals.
Chilies have a strong spicy taste that comes to them from the active alkaloid compounds: capsaicin, capsanthin and capsorubin.
Capsanthin, which is presumed to be the major active constituent of red pepper, has an acidic hydroxyl group on its aromatic ring which could be neutralized by alkali thereby increasing its release (Liu, 2009).
If some varieties of chillies are famous for red color because of the pigment 'capsanthin,' others are known for biting pungency.
The required egg colour density is controlled both by the dietary concentration of yellow (lutein, zeaksantin and apo-ester) and red pigmentors (cantaxhantin, citranaxhantin and capsanthin) (Chen and Yang, 1992; Lai et al., 1996).
The red peppers contained a higher level of beta-carotene, capsanthin, quercetin, and luteolin.
IQF's Nutrition products - consisting of BETACOL[R] (Beta-carotene), CAPSICOL[R] (Capsanthin), LUTECOL[R] (Lutein), CANTHACOL[R] (Canthaxanthin) and ZEACOL[R] (Zeaxanthin) - will become part of Stratum Nutrition, a division that is focused on growing a portfolio of specialty and functional ingredients that target B2B manufacturers of foods, beverages and dietary supplements in North America and Europe.