Natural Sweetner Naringin Dihydrochalcone Powder
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Natural Sweetner Naringin Dihydrochalcone Powder

Product Name:Natural Sweetner Naringin Dihydrochalcone Powder
CAS NO.:18916-17-1
Molecular formula:C27H34O14
Molecular weight:582.56
EINECS NO.: 700-320-7
Storage condition:under inert gas (nitrogen or Argon) at 2-8°C

naringin dihydrochalcone powder introduction

As a new type of sweetener, naringin dihydrochalcone is 500-700 times sweeter than sucrose, and it has the characteristics of high sweetness, low calorific value, non-toxic, safety, etc. It can be used in food, medicine and daily chemical industry. And because of its refreshing taste, lasting aftertaste, and special fragrance, it has an excellent effect of shielding bitter taste. Naringin dihydrochalcone is particularly suitable for dairy products, fats and oils, frozen foods, processed vegetables, jelly, jam, alcohol free drinks, chewing gum, toothpaste and oral tablets. Naringin dihydrochalcone, as a substitute for sugar, it can also reduce the intake of sugar by the human body, which is undoubtedly a good news for the prevention of obesity and patients who are not suitable for sugar.

naringin dihydrochalcone powder application

1. naringin dihydrochalcone powder Application in pharmaceutical industry

Dihydrochalcones have a variety of physiological and pharmacological activities. By studying their structure-activity relationship and modifying them, new drugs with important value can be developed. Studies have found that dihydrochalcones have certain effects on the treatment of diabetes. In addition, dihydrochalcones have anti-oxidant pharmacophore, 2,6-dihydroxyacetophenone structure, which can be achieved by eliminating peroxides and scavenging hydroxyl radicals.

2.naringin dihydrochalcone powder Application in food industry

Dihydrochalcone new sweeteners are one of the most eye-catching and mature natural sweeteners. According to research, the young fruits and peels of citrus in the aromatic family contain dihydroflavonoids, which are not sweet in themselves, but they can be converted into dihydrochalcone glycosides under appropriate conditions, which can show sweetness, and their sweetness is high. Commonly used sweeteners such as saccharin, cyclamate or aspartame are usually equivalent to 100-1000 times the sweetness of sucrose and 3-5 times the sweetness of saccharin. Dihydrochalcone sweeteners have a refreshing taste, long-lasting aftertaste, and excellent shielding effect on withering. At present, Dihydrochalcone has been widely used in the food industry as a sweetener or flavoring agent. When used alone as an artificial sweetener, its added concentration is 15-20mg. When used in combination with other sweeteners, especially when combined with saccharin, it can produce excellent synergistic effects. In addition, dihydrochalcone sweeteners can also be used in commodities such as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, appetizers, ketchup and mayonnaise.