The concept of the human body storing lipid-soluble
drugs for years comes from Clear Body, Clear Mind, a self-help book compiled from materials written by L.
Kovach continued, "Investigators at the Terry Fox Cancer Center, Vancouver, BC, reported at the American Society of Hematology in December 2014, that LB-100 and a lipid-soluble
homolog of LB-100 (LB-102) are active against imatinib-naive and imatinib-resistant human chronic myelogenous leukemia cells (CML) (Lai et al (2014) Blood 124:(21)899).
Low and variable fat content affects the distribution of lipid-soluble
drugs in the body.
Antioxidants can be lipid-soluble
, water-soluble or both.
Vitamin E is the main lipid-soluble
chain-breaking, non-enzymatic antioxidant functioning in the human body and previous studies have shown it to be essential for normal neurological function.
In this study, we developed a method for oral administration of lipid-soluble
substances to C.
Danshen is rich in water-soluble phenolic acids including protocatechuic aldehyde, protocatechuic acid, danshensu, rosmarinic acid, salvianolic acid B and other minor constituents, as well as about 40 diterpene quinones including four lipid-soluble
diterpene quinones (tanshi-none I, tanshinone IIA, cryptotanshinone and clihydrotanshinone) (Zhou 1993; Liu et al.
To keep it simple, all lipid-soluble
vitamins--such as A,D,E, and K-should be taken unadulterated and with a meal to increase absorption.
Natural astaxanthin is a lipid-soluble
ingredient and can typically be used in oil-based formulations.
The PHOTOCHEM[R] analyser from Analytik Jena UK provides a rapid and accurate way of measuring water-soluble and lipid-soluble
antioxidants in a single system.
Under these conditions, bilirubin surpassed the lipid peroxidation--inhibiting activity of [alpha]-tocopherol, considered to be the most effective lipid-soluble
antioxidant in humans.
For example, there is evidence that polyphenols (and especially green tea catechins) can modulate the absorption of lipids and lipid-soluble
compounds (Loest et al.