• esters
  • Kao Corporation, the manufacturer of Enova oil (also sold as Econa oil), has recently suspended the sales of this product due to concerns about high levels of potentially carcinogenic glycidol fatty acid esters in this and other diglyceride-enriched products. (doctorwascher.com)
  • Hopefully, though, Kao Corporation, or another manufacturer, will find a way to reduce the concentration of glycidol fatty acid esters in diglyceride-enriched food products, and these products will then return to the marketplace. (doctorwascher.com)
  • vegetable
  • Diacylglycerols (also known as diglycerides) are dietary fatty acids that are found, in small concentrations, in many vegetable-based cooking oils, including canola and soybean oils. (doctorwascher.com)
  • In the first phase of this study, these women volunteers were secretly randomized to receive either diglyceride-enriched vegetable oil (Enova oil, 40 grams per day) or an oil blend containing standard sunflower, safflower and rapeseed oils (40 grams per day, in a 1:1:1 ratio) for 28 days. (doctorwascher.com)
  • While switching to diglyceride-enriched cooking oil, alone, is unlikely to prevent or completely eliminate obesity, this vegetable-based fat source may have an important role to play as part of a lifestyle- and diet-based approach to maintaining a healthy weight. (doctorwascher.com)
  • lecithin
  • 7. The emulsion of claim 1 wherein the emulsifier, component (c) is selected from the group consisting of a mixture of distilled propylene glycol monoesters, distilled monoglycerides and sodium stearyl lactylate, hydrophilic ethoxylated sorbitan monoesters, malto dextrin, lecithin, monoglycerides, diglycerides, and mixtures thereof. (google.com)
  • study
  • In this study, 26 overweight women with elevated blood triglyceride levels participated in a "crossover" study of diglyceride oil dietary supplementation. (doctorwascher.com)
  • However, the daily intake of diglyceride-enriched cooking oil did, indeed, significantly decrease the accumulation of body fat in these overweight women during the course of this small, brief clinical research study. (doctorwascher.com)