Natural Pigment Food Coloring Plant Extract Lutein Powder
|FOB Price:||US $37.14 / kg|
|Min. Order:||25 kg|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|25 kg||US $37.14/ kg|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, D/P, Paypal, Money Gram, Western Union, any way as discussed|
- Model NO.: 25kg/carton
- Packaging Material: Paper
- Shelf Life: >12 Months
- Resource: Natural
- Odor: Characteristic
- Industry: Dietary Supplement
- Specification: SGS, HAVAL, ORGANIC, ISO
- HS Code: 2932999099
- Certification: ISO, FDA
- Storage Method: Normal
- Color: Yellow
- Raw Material: Natural Plant
- Chromatic Value: E100
- Trademark: ZELANG
- Origin: Nanjing, Jiangsu, China(Mainland)
|Type:||Herbal Extract||Variety:||Lutein extract||Form:||Powder|
|Part:||Leaf||Extraction Type:||Liquid-Solid Extraction||Packaging:||Bottle, Can, Drum, Glass Container, Mason Jar, Plastic Container, Vacuum Packed|
|Place of Origin:||Hebei, China (Mainland)||Grade:||First class||Brand Name:||Beijing Herbal Health Biotech Limited Liability Company|
|Model Number:||HB03||Latin Name:||Tagetes erecta L.||Arsenic:||<0.25ppm|
|Appearance:||Orange-yellow powder, paste or deep yellow-brown liquid||Detection method:||TLC||Sulphated ash:||<0.1%|
About red yeast rice:
1. One of Chinese Traditional Food Coloring since 1000 years ago
2. Made of Rice, Microbial agents and Water, without any chemical additives
3. We use our local high quality Yellow Rivier Rice for assuring goods stable quality.
4. Strong red Coloring ability, Natural & Healthy color for food, esp. for meat products, condiments, preserved fruits, bakery and so on.
Several studies show that an increase in macula pigmentation decreases the risk for eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The only randomized clinical trial to demonstrate a benefit for lutein in macular degeneration was a small study, in which the authors concluded that visual function is improved with lutein alone or lutein together with other nutrients and also that more study was needed.
There is epidemiological evidence of a relationship between low plasma concentrations of lutein and zeaxanthin, and an increased risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Some studies support the view that supplemental lutein and/or zeaxanthin help protect against AMD.
There is also epidemiological evidence that increasing lutein and zeaxanthin intake lowers the risk of cataractdevelopment. Consumption of more than 2.4 mg of lutein/zeaxanthin daily from foods and supplements was significantly correlated with reduced incidence of nuclear lens opacities, as revealed from data collected during a 13- to 15-year period in the Nutrition and Vision Project (NVP).
A study by Stringham and Hammond, published in the January/February 2010 issue of Journal of Food Science, discusses the improvement in visual performance and decrease in light sensitivity (glare) in subjects taking 10 mg lutein and 2 mg zeaxanthin per day.