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FMC BioPolymer Introduces Its New Portfolio of Nature-Based Nutritional Solutions
Date:3/7/2013

lant sterols have been shown to inhibit cholesterol absorption in the intestine, thereby lowering cholesterol levels in the blood (1). The Nutraesterol™ water-dispersible powder formula has been specially developed to overcome the solubility issues faced in product development when incorporating into aqueous food formulations.

  •     Nutricol® HN Glucomannan is a natural, soluble dietary fiber with one of the highest molecular weights of any polysaccharide available in the global food supplement market. A body of research has shown Nutricol® HN Glucomannan is a good source of dietary fiber that helps manage body weight and maintain normal cholesterol levels (2).
  •     Protasea™ Fucoidan is an exceptional brown seaweed extract. This naturally derived extract provides novel immune health technology available for new product development in select global food supplement, pharmaceutical and cosmetic markets. Protasea™ Fucoidan is a gentle, solvent-free, extra virgin fucoidan sourced from Norwegian waters. FMC BioPolymer has pioneered a patent pending process for obtaining high purity fucoidan up to 95%.
  • (1) Musa-Veloso, Kathy, et. al. “A comparison of the LDL-cholesterol lowering efficacy of plant stanols and plant sterols over a continuous dose range: results of a meta-analysis of randomized, placebo controlled trials” Journal of Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids Vol. 85 (1): 9-28, 20112US Claim: http://www.fda.gov/Food/LabelingNutrition/LabelClaims Claim: http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/efsajournal/pub/1813.htm

    (2) Sood, Nitesh et.al. “Effect of glucomannan on plasma lipid and glucose concentrations, body weight and blood pressure: systemic review and meta-analysi
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