What Are Nutritional Enhancers?


What Are Nutritional Enhancers?
Nutritional enhancers are supplements that improve the nutritional status of food and maintain the original nutritional characteristics. Different regions in the world have different food and eating habits, and as a result, nutritional deficiencies may occur in a region. These deficiencies can lead to health problems and even chronic diseases. Nutritional enhancers can help alleviate these problems and prevent diseases.

Nutritional enhancers are available in different forms. These additives may not be added in the same quantity to all products. Consequently, the recommended dosage may vary significantly between different products. The added dosage of the product is governed by the GB 14880-2012 standard. However, the amount of nutrients in the final product may be higher than the added dose in the GB-14880 standard. This is because nutrients degrade and attenuate differently during production and storage.

Nutritional enhancers have a wide range of effects. While they improve the nutritional value of food, there are still several important factors that may contribute to the acceptance or rejection of the supplements. Regardless of the type of supplement, it is important to remember that people have unique nutritional needs that vary with their gender, age, and occupation. For example, long-term underwater workers may not receive the right amounts of vitamin A. These types of nutrient supplements can be very helpful in supplementing special dietary foods and reducing the incidence of diseases caused by nutritional deficiencies.

There are several advantages of using iron bioavailability adjustment in the diet. First of all, it helps identify major food sources of bioavailable iron. Second, it can reveal underutilized food sources of iron. Third, it can help with nutrition education. Because the amount of iron varies across different populations, an awareness of iron bioavailability is crucial.

Interestingly, iron intakes in rural and urban women differ dramatically. Compared to those of urban dwellers, rural women consume 12% more total iron. This difference can be reversed by increasing their intakes of vitamin C. It is important to take supplements that provide both iron and vitamin C. These supplements can also help in reducing the effect of phytates in the diet.

ARA powder 10%CWS

Molecular Weight: 304.46

CAS No.: 506-32-1

HS Code: 2106909090

Shape and Properties: White or faint yellow powder, no foreign matter and no odor.

Component: ARA, Vitamin E, Starch Sodium Octenyl Succinate, etc.

Dispersivity: It can diffuse rapidly and completely in cold water, juice, milk and other liquids, and remain stable for a long time.

Usage: It is mainly used through two methods. One is to directly mix the powder evenly in the mixer according to the formula. And the other is to dissolve it with a little water at first, then add it to products and stir well.

Storage: Lay in a shade and cool place with sealed airtight package.

Shelf life: 24 months(Under 25℃ to save)