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Chitin, also known as chitin or chitin, whose scientific name is Chitin, is the second richest biopolymer in nature and is widely distributed. It is not only found in the shells of crabs and shrimps, but also in mushrooms, Fungus algae shells, cartilage of cartilage (squid squid) and epidermis, arthropods (insects) and fungi are widely present in cell walls. After years of exploration and research, scientists have found that chitin contains physiologically active crust After deacetylation, it has a rare positively charged cationic group in the universe and is weakly alkaline. This is of great significance to the health of organisms, especially human health. After chitin is absorbed by the body, It can bind and adsorb the negatively charged fatty toxins and other undesirable substances in the human body, which plays an important role in reducing blood lipid activated cells and enhancing human immune function.

Can be decomposed and absorbed by enzymes

Chitin is food cellulose, which is not easy to be digested and absorbed. If chitin is eaten together with vegetable plant food milk and eggs, it can be absorbed. Because plants and intestinal bacteria contain chitosanase and deacetylase. The lysozyme and milk and eggs contain lecithin to decompose chitin into low-molecular substances (oligosaccharides) and be absorbed. When it is decomposed to six molecules of glucosamine, its physiological activity is strongest.

Strong affinity for human cells

The so-called affinity means that chitosamine can live in harmony with our human cells, and the human body does not produce a rejection reaction to it. The basic unit of chitin is acetylglucosamine, which is the basic constituent unit of hyaluronic acid in the body. When the chitin in the human body is broken down into basic units, it is the component of the human body. The basic unit of chitosamine is glucosamine, which is present in the body. Therefore, chitin has good affinity for human cells.

As an excretion agent for heavy metal ions in the body

The amino group in the chitin molecule is located at the hydroxyl group. It is negatively affected by the amino group. It has chelation and heavy metal ions, which can remove heavy metal ions from the body

Good stability

Chitosamine powder is placed in an airtight container and stored under normal temperature and dry conditions, it is stable at least within 3a, but it will decompose in moisture or water. It will decompose in the solution and accelerate with the temperature increase After being placed at 500 C for 6 months, its average molecular weight drops by 30%. It will also decompose if exposed to light.

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