What is alpha Cyclodextrin?
Alpha Cyclodextrin is a naturally occuring fiber. It has a unique physical structure that binds fat.
Does the scientific evidence
support Alpha Cyclodextrin
inhibits fat absorption?
8 known studies demonstrate Alpha Cyclodextrin inhibits fat absorption.
Is it safe?
May it be of benefit to my health goals?
It is FDA certified GRAS: generally recognized as safe.
Scientific research suggest Alpha
Cyclodextrin may yield surprising benefits for optimal human health.
Fat binding of a Cyclodextrin
"Alpha Cyclodextrin binds with dietary fat in a 1:9 ratio"
Alpha Cyclodextrin was shown to bind fat in humans to eliminate ingested fat from the digestive tract without absorption.
Journal of Nutrition and Dietary Supplements
"a-CD does bind dietary fat and reduces its intestinal absorption, preferentially binding saturated fats"
Using radioactive triaglycerols to distinguish the source of fat, this animal study was able to trace the source of fat excreted in feces directly from the Alpha Cyclodextrin augmented fats.
Agro Food Industry High Tech
"α-CD forms a hydrophobic central cavity that binds lipids"
A double bind placebo controlled study of oral cyclodextrin demonstrated small LDL decreases
Lipids in Health and Disease.
The unique shape and molecular
polarity of alpha Cyclodextrin is changing drug delivery, food technology and may even someday grow your hair.
Cyclodextrins are starch derivatives. They are made by the bacteria in your gut. They form what are called "inclusion compounds". This is a cavity in the center that can play "guest host" to other molecules, including fats.
Fats can bind
in this cavity
The external is water soluble
Binding 9x the fat
Alpha Cyclodextrin seems to be unique among all fibers in its ability to bind with fat. The fat binding capacity of Alpha cyclodextrin has been measured to be a ratio of 9 to 1.
The unique fat binding ratio of alpha cyclodextrin, combined with it's universally accepted safety as a food ingredient, has led to many innovations as a functional food ingredient for metabolic health.
SAFETY & DAILY INTAKES
Alpha Cyclodextrin is a naturally occuring fiber and is generally recognized as safe for food intake by major world bodies.
Alpha-Cyclodextrin does not pose a safety concern at the proposed use levels and resulting predicted consumption as a food ingredient and food additive.
EXPERT COMMITTEE ON FOOD ADDITIVES:
CENTER FOR FOOD SAFETY & APPLIED NUTRITION
Generally recognized as safe (GRAS) for use in selected foods, except meat and poultry, for fiber supplementation
FOOD STANDARDS COMMISSION AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
Recommended as a novel food ingredient with no specific limits
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1.The Effect Of Alpha-Cyclodextrin On Acute Blood Lipid And Glycemic Responses To A Fat Containg Meal
2.The beneficial effects of α-cyclodextrin on blood lipids and weight loss in healthy humans.
3. Randomized double blind clinical trial on the effect of oral α-cyclodextrin on serum lipids
4. Cyclodextrins in Food Technology and Human Nutrition: Benefits and Limitations
5.Dose-Dependent Inhibition of the Post-Prandial Glycaemic Response to a Standard Carbohydrate Meal following Incorporation of Alpha-Cyclodextrin
6. On the binding ratio of α-cyclodextrin to dietary fat in humans.
7. Dietary alpha-cyclodextrin lowers LDL-C and alters plasma fatty acid profile in LDLr-KO mice on a high-fat diet
8. Lipid Lowering with Soluble Dietary Fiber