Magnesiumstearate may be added to most supplements in the ingredient list.
Want to know more about vegetable magnesiumstearate?
Magnesiumstearate, also known as stearic salt, is an additve, or mobile agent that’s used to make tablets and capsules of medicines or other supplements. Staric acid, which is saturated fat and magnesium, is essential minerals. Both are nutrients, and can naturally be found in different foods. They’re not actually harmful. Most commonly, vegetable magnesium Stearate is made from palm oils and is the basis for tablet manufacturing. Purified cottonseed and vegetable oils can also extract this substance.
Use magnesium stearate as a “flow-agent” in your supplement tablets. By acting as a “flow agent”, magnesium stearate can help prevent various components adhering. To make sure the ingredients are uniformly mixed, and every tablet or capsule contains the correct dose, it is important to add mobile agents (like vegetable magnesium starate).
Although many people do not like the addition of vegetable magnesium and stearate to supplements, it’s necessary because they have different functions in their manufacture. The use of magnesium substitutes, such as vegetable magnesium stearate, in supplements can cause serious health problems.
Is magnesium stearate safe?
In 1990, a study on magnesium stearate revealed that it could cause immune suppression in T cells. It is important to remember that humans have different T cell types than mice. They are capable of reducing fatty acids. For toxic accumulation to be avoided, T cells in humans have the delta-9 desaturases to transform stearic into oleic. It is important to note that T cells from mice were immersed in stearic. The supplementation of such large amounts of stearic is impractical.
There is another question about plant magnesium, stearate and its use in making supplements. It concerns the bioavailability active ingredients contained in plant magnesium supplements. Some are concerned that magnesium Stearate can inhibit nutrients’ absorption into the bloodstream. However, magnesium stearate does not reduce the absorption or dissolution in all cases.
The myth that magnesiumstearate forms biofilms can also worry consumers. Soaps containing magnesium and calcium stearate make soap dregs in tubs and sinks. Needless to mention, the intestinal environment differs from that found in the bathroom. It is important to remember that soap dregs can’t accumulate in our intestines. Soap dregs can’t be compared to biofilms. Magnesium stearate may be able to stop the formation of biofilms, in certain cases.
Some people may worry that they might become allergic to magnesiumstearate. Even though magnesium stearate may be common in daily food, it is not likely to happen. People allergic should not eat foods that have high amounts of magnesium stearate such as egg, beef and chicken.
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