Phosphatidylserine,PS

750-850 Molecular weight

 

Product introduction

Phosphatidylserine is an important phospholipid found in concentrated amounts in brain cells, and plays a significant role for cell maintenance and repair and memory enhancement. As a ‘nutrient of brain’, it has been globally recognized for its function of Alzheimer's disease prevention and brain function improvement. FDA gave "qualified health claim" status to phosphatidylserine, allowing labels stating that, "Consumption of phosphatidylserine may reduce the risk of dementia in the elderly" and "Consumption of phosphatidylserine may reduce the risk of cognitive dysfunction in the elderly". The ADI for Phosphatidylserine is 600mg/day recommended by FDA.

 

It is transformed from the raw material of Non-GMO Soya Bean Lecithin and L – serine by bio-enzyme and can be applied to yogurt, milk powder, bread, beverage, health care capsules and other foods.

 

 

 Product quality executive standard

Item

 Standard limit

Phosphatidylserine %

60

Acetone solution%

95

Appearance

Faint yellow

 Water%

2

Solvent residues (hexane)mg/kg

25

CFU/gtotal plate count CFU/g

<1000

Bacteria, yeasts CFU/g

<100

E. Coli, salmonella 

 Negative

 

Regulations:

 

In May 2003, U.S. FDA passed the health claim that PS could lower the chance of getting cognitive disorder for middle aged and elderly people. In July 2006, PS was granted GRAS certification by U.S. FDA, it could be used as dietary supplement ingredient of foods such as yogurtmilk powderbreadready to drink.

Ministry of Health P. R. Of China issued in 2010 the 15th public announcement that Phosphatidylserine as a new-resource food, might be used in all foods except baby foods officially.

 

In August 2011the European Union formally allowed Phosphatidylserine as a new type of food ingredient to be added in products such as yogurtmilk powdergrain cracker etc..

  

L&P will attend  IFT 2016 as exhibitor
 

 

2017 IFT
25-28 June
Las Vegas,USA
Booth No.3473

 

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