LAE® is a safe and active compound for preservation.
LAE® is a preservative innocuous for human beings. The main particularity of Ethyl Lauroyl Arginate Hydrochloride is that its building blocks are naturally occurring substances: L-arginine, ethanol, and lauric acid. When consumers ingest Ethyl Lauroyl Arginate Hydrochloride, it is easily hydrolyzed. Within a few minutes in the human body, it biotransforms into natural compounds commonly found in the diet. Other food preservatives do not share this property. Other food preservatives currently found in the marketplace: sorbates, benzoates, sulfites, nitrites, and nitrates.
Studies and security of LAE®
With a solid commitment to consumer safety, LAMIRSA GROUP has carried out all the necessary toxicological studies to demonstrate the innocuousness of LAE®.
LAE<sup>®</sup> is a preservative innocuous for human beings. To ensure the safety of Lauric arginate as a food preservative, VEDEQSA has commissioned a wide range of toxicological studies. To demonstrate that no adverse effects are associated with its ingestion at the intended levels of use. Additional studies have demonstrated the innocuousness of Lauric arginate when used in cosmetic preparations.
• Pharmacokinetic studies in rats and humans, and determination of metabolite levels in plasma and liver.
• Studies of acute oral toxicity, sub-chronic toxicity, and chronic toxicity.
• Studies of reproductive and embryonic development toxicity in one generation (in rabbits and rats) and two generations (in rats).
• Genetic toxicity studies, including reverse mutation bacterial assays, mutation with mouse cell lymphoma, and chromosomal aberration tests in human lymphocytes.
Consult here the toxicological results table of LAE®.
These studies have been carried out in prestigious international laboratories such as the Huntingdon Life Science.
It has been demonstrated that LAE®, manufactured according to the synthesis patented by LAMIRSA GROUP, is safe for consumers. At the recommended levels of use and validated by the competent authorities.
You can learn more about ELA history in our section The history of LAE® and its food aplications in mirenat.com and its cosmetic aplications in aminat.com.