Lipase Enzyme break down fats in food so they can be absorbed in the intestines break down fats in food so they can be absorbed in the intestines.
Cas No: 9001-62-1.
Description: Lipase is a Bread Improver Enzyme which hydrolyse Fats and Lipids. Fats (lipids) are one of the main nutrients in the food which are consumed by us, they are majorly found in milk, butter, oils, etc. and they are also found in animal tissues in large quantities. We are the leading manufacturer supplier exporter of Lipase Enzymes in India. It is a Bakery Enzyme which is used as a Dough Enhancement Enzyme, Fat removing Enzyme & texture Improver Enzyme. Mainly Lipase Works as a Lipid Breaking Enzyme. Lipase enzyme breaks these fats into simple and soluble forms of glycerols and free fatty acid, so that our body can utilize them for energy.
Lipase enzyme is the most studied enzyme because of its significant role in various industries like - detergent, food, paper & pulp, pharmaceutical, textile, cosmetics, etc. Lipase enzyme is part of the hydrolase family which breaks triglycerides into simpler fatty acid chains by acting on the carboxylic ester bond. Apart from this, lipase enzyme also catalyses many different reactions which are very helpful in food, paper, pharma, detergent, cosmetics and many other industries.
Some of the industrial applications of Lipase enzyme are:
Lipase enzyme hydrolyses the milk fat, cheese ripening and modification of butter fat.
Lipase uses in Alchohol and Beverages industries to improve aroma.
- Lipase is a Lipolysis Enzyme of cream and butter
- Lipase is a Fat Hydrolyzing Enzyme which used in Cheese production, flavor and texture enhancement.
- Used for removing fats and flavor development in the meat.
Commercial Use: Commercially lipases are mainly used for flavor development in dairy products and processing of other foods containing fat. They can improve the characteristic flavour of cheese by acting on the milk fats to produce free fatty acids after hydrolysis.
Benefits: Lipase Enzyme break down fats in food so they can be absorbed in the intestines.