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HIP Hematin Dietary Supplement Powder CAS 14875-96-8 Heme Iron Polypeptide

Minimum Order Quantity : 1kg, 25kg/drum, sample is available Packaging Details : Vacuum Aluminum Foil Bag; Fiber Drum for 25kg with inside double layer food grade poly bag
Delivery Time : 5-7 working days Payment Terms : T/T, Western Union, Pay Pal, Alibaba Assurance Account
Place of Origin: China Brand Name: Xi'an Le-Nutra
Certification: FDA,ISO9001,HACCP,HALAL,KOSHER etc

Detail Information

Other Name: HIP, Hematin, CAS NO.: 14875-96-8
Specification: Fe 1%, 2%, 8% EINECS NO.: 604-649-6
Presence In: Animal-based Food Molecular Weight: 633.51
Molecular Formula: C34H30FeN4O4.2H Appearance: Dark Purple Luster Fine Needle-like Crystals Or Dark Brown Particles Or Powder
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CAS 14875-96-8 Dietary Supplement Powder


HIP Heme Iron Polypeptide

Product Description

Product Information of Dietary Supplement Powder

Heme iron (also known as heme iron polypeptide HIP) is iron bound to porphyrin in haemoglobin and myoglobin.

It is iron bound to porphyrin in haemoglobin and myoglobin and ceruloplasmin, which is absorbed directly into the epithelial cells of the intestinal mucosa in the form of porphyrin iron. It is generally unaffected by inhibitory factors such as phytate or facilitating factors such as VC. What has an effect on the absorption of both types of iron is the amount of iron stored in the body.

Dietary iron is divided into haemoglobin and non-haemoglobin iron. Haemoglobin iron is easily absorbed by the body and is mainly found in red animal meat, liver and blood, while non-haemoglobin iron is mainly found in plant foods and is not easily absorbed by the body.

HIP Hematin Dietary Supplement Powder CAS 14875-96-8 Heme Iron Polypeptide 0

Certificate of Analysis

Product Name Heme Iron Polypeptide
Extracted from Porcine/Bovine
Iron Ingredient Fe 1%, 2%, 8%


Item Standard Test Result
Appearance Black fine powder Conform
Odor&Taste Characteristic Characteristic
Ash ≤5.0% Conform
Loss on Drying ≤5.0% Conform
Heavy Metal
Pb ≤2ppm Conform
As ≤1ppm Conform
Cd ≤1ppm Conform
Hg ≤0.1ppm Conform
Microbiological Test
Total Plate Count ≤1,000cfu/g Conform
Yeast&Mold ≤100cfu/g Conform
E.Coli Negative Conform
Salmonella Negative Conform
Staphylococcus Negative Conform


Functions of Dietary Supplement Powder

Low intake of haemoglobin iron.

Iron deficiency anaemia is a common occurrence in infancy. It is mainly caused by iron deficiency. In infants and young children, the source of iron relies heavily on food. There are two sources of iron in food.

One is haemoglobin iron, which comes from foods high in animal protein, such as lean meat, animal liver, animal blood and fish, which are not only high in iron but are also unaffected by other foods in the diet during absorption.

The other type is non-haemoglobin iron, which comes from plant foods such as vegetables, cereals and adzuki beans.


Heme iron is mainly found in animal foods, and the non-heme iron consumed in poorer parts of the world where meat consumption is low is mainly of vegetable origin, which has a low absorption rate and is prone to iron deficiency and iron deficiency anaemia. Iron fortification can be divided into haemoglobin iron fortification and non-haemoglobin iron fortification. Most of the non-haemoglobin iron fortification, i.e. ferrous ion preparations, are used in China, and some haemoglobin iron fortification, such as iron porphyrins, are also approved. In addition, GB1488094 stipulates that the source of iron can be heme chloride derived from pig blood, i.e. haemoglobin chloride, which is a stable form of haemoglobin present in vitro. Molecular formulae for haemoglobin and haemoglobin chloride are attached.


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