The Advance of Research on the Role of Lipids on the Biological Utilization of Lutein

作者: 黄 雪 , 应 威 , 徐贤荣 :杭州师范大学医学院预防医学系,浙江 杭州 ;

关键词: 叶黄素膳食脂肪高密度脂蛋白SR-BIApoELutein Dietary Fat HDL SR-BI ApoE


Abstract: Lutein is a fat-soluble carotenoid present in various kinds of food, such as green leafy vegetables and eggs. The utilization of lutein in human body, including digestion, absorption, transport and metabolism, is associated with lipids. The digestion and absorption of lutein from food require the participation of fat. Both the amount and quality of dietary fat could influence the bioavailability of lutein. In circulation, lutein is transported in serum with lipoprotein. The percentage distribution of lutein varies among different lipoproteins, and serum cholesterol level could influence its transport efficiency. Furthermore, the lipid receptors, lipid-related hormone and gene play an important role on the tissue utilization of lutein. In this article, we reviewed the roles of lipids in the biological utilization of lutein in human body and trying to provide some beneficial information on the dietary supplement of luteinin population.

文章引用: 黄 雪 , 应 威 , 徐贤荣 (2016) 叶黄素生物利用与脂类相关性研究进展。 食品与营养科学, 5, 37-44. doi: 10.12677/HJFNS.2016.52006


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