Alpha-lipoic acid (also known as ALA) is a synthetic version of lipoic acid, also known as Thioctic acid. It is needed by the body to produce energy for normal functions.
Its deficiency mimic the general symptoms of inadequate antioxidant activity, including weakened immune function, decreased muscle mass and memory problems.
Alpha Lipoic Acid BASE AND STRENGTHS
Alpha Lipoic Acid coated 80%
Alpha Lipoic Acid – Strength Details
Each Kg contains 800 gms Alpha Lipoic Acid IP/BP/USP
- Alpha Lipoic acid is absorbed from the intestine. However the molecule polymerises in the stomach. Supreem coats this material so that polymerization in the stomach is prevented. The coating material dissolves in the intestine to make ALA available for absorption in the intenstine.
- Supreem’s coated ALA can be compressed to form tablets.
- Alpha Lipoic acid is an unusual powerful antioxidant because it can act both in water-soluble,
fat-soluble domains in cells and tissues; it reduces oxidative stress in the body.
- It also has the ability to regenerate other antioxidants such as vitamins C, E, and glutathione.
- It reduces blood pressure, insulin resistance and weight.
- It enhances insulin sensitivity and helps in improving glucose metabolism.
- Improves diabetic neuropathy.
- Alpha Lipoic acid helps in protection against cataract formation and improves the vision.
- Reduces brain damage after a stroke and also reduces frequency & intensity of migraines.
- Removes toxic metals from the body.
- Play an important therapeutic role in preventing and managing osteoporosis and other
conditions that threaten bone density.
- Manufacture of pre mixes
- ALA can be used in tablets & capsules
- ALA powder is mainly used in common multivitamins preparations
- Used in dietary supplements
- Antioxidant along with Vitamin E & Vitamin C