DL-Malic Acid Usage
Malic Acid Description:
• Chemical Name: Malic Acid.
• Chemical formula: HO2CCH2CHOHCO2H - C4H6O5
• Synonyms: Apple ink - malic acid-malic acid.
Malic acid, a kind of fruit acid, is naturally found as an organic compound in many fruits and vegetables. This article introduces some of the benefits of using this acid.
Malic acid is an organic carboxylic acid found in many premature fruits. Apple is one of its richest sources. This acid is an essential part of the cellular metabolism process. Malic acid is responsible for the acidity and sour taste of fruits such as apples and cherries. This acid has a mild pickle and stability that it allows with other sweeteners and sweeteners used in many drinks and snacks. Although this acid is widely used in foods and beverages, it has a lot of health benefits.
Malic acid is an important intermediate in the Krebs cycle, the Krebs cycle is an energy generator that occurs in the mitochondria in the cells of most living organisms. This acid has several health benefits, mainly due to the unique properties it possesses. Some of them are as follows:
• Mild and stable pickle
• High solubility
• Melting point down
• Low moisture absorption properties
• Ability to blend
• The ability to chelate with metal ions
This acid is classified as "alpha hydroxy acid" (AHA), a group of acids such as glycolic acid, mandelic acid, and lactic acid found in many fruits. The malic acid structure, which is slightly larger than the alpha hydroxy acids, enables it to more uniformly penetrate the skin and stimulate it less. This acid helps to narrow the pores of the skin, resulting in a soft and firm skin. Helps to reduce the symptoms of aging by removing wrinkles and fine lines on the skin, making it younger and healthier. This acid acts as a natural peeling agent. Thin apple cuts on the skin will bring good results