What is Chitosan?
Chitosan is a polysaccharide, derived btained from the hard outer skeleton of shellfish such as shrimp, lobster, and or crabs.
It is a cholesterol and lipid binding agent. This fat binding,
lipotropic, effect may be partially explained by both the positively
charged sites along its polymeric structure and its flocculation
and gelation properties in the gastrointestinal tract. Once gelled,
Chitosan can encapsulate over four times its own weight of negatively
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