Inorganic Supplements

IInorganic supplements are defined as those nutraceuticals which are given nutritional balance of a person. Supplements will be given in the form of suspensions, tonics and powders.Following are the examples for inorgainc supplements:

a.Calcium citrate is calcium carbonate processed with lactic and citric acids.  It is used to alter the baking properties of flour.

b.Calcium glycerophosphate is calcium carbonate processed with dl-alpha-glycerophosphates.  It is used in dentifrices, baking powder, and as a food stabilizer

Related Journals of Inorganic Supplements

Current Trends in Nutraceuticals,  Journal of Nutritional Disorders & TherapyJournal of Vitamins & Minerals, Journal of Medical Nutrition and Nutraceuticals, The Open Nutraceuticals Journal, Journal of Functional Foods, Current Topics in Nutraceutical Research, Wiley: Functional Foods & Nutraceuticals, Nutrafoods, Journal of Dietary Supplements.


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