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Nano‐ and micro‐encapsulated systems for enhancing the delivery of resveratrol

There has been interest in the use of resveratrol as a natural preventative agent for improving health and alleviating a range of diseases. However, resveratrol has low bioavailability, and this has been associated with its poor water solubility, its low stability against environmental stress, and i... Full description

Journal Title: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences July 2013, Vol.12901(1), pp.107-112
Main Author: Augustin, Mary Ann
Other Authors: Sanguansri, Luz , Lockett, Trevor
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title: Nano‐ and micro‐encapsulated systems for enhancing the delivery of resveratrol
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  • Augustin, Mary Ann
  • Sanguansri, Luz
  • Lockett, Trevor
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  • Resveratrol
  • Encapsulation
  • Delivery Systems
  • Stability
  • Bioavailability
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description: There has been interest in the use of resveratrol as a natural preventative agent for improving health and alleviating a range of diseases. However, resveratrol has low bioavailability, and this has been associated with its poor water solubility, its low stability against environmental stress, and its inability to reach a target site in the body to exert the desired health effect. Encapsulation offers a potential approach for enhancing the solubility of resveratrol, stabilizing it against ‐to‐ isomerization, and improving its bioavailability. A range of encapsulant materials, formulations, and technologies have been examined for enhancing the delivery of resveratrol. Research on the efficacy of encapsulated resveratrol formulations and relevant doses for specific applications is required before recommendations may be made for the use of these formulations for human health outcomes.
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abstractThere has been interest in the use of resveratrol as a natural preventative agent for improving health and alleviating a range of diseases. However, resveratrol has low bioavailability, and this has been associated with its poor water solubility, its low stability against environmental stress, and its inability to reach a target site in the body to exert the desired health effect. Encapsulation offers a potential approach for enhancing the solubility of resveratrol, stabilizing it against ‐to‐ isomerization, and improving its bioavailability. A range of encapsulant materials, formulations, and technologies have been examined for enhancing the delivery of resveratrol. Research on the efficacy of encapsulated resveratrol formulations and relevant doses for specific applications is required before recommendations may be made for the use of these formulations for human health outcomes.
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