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24 March/April 2021 Tablets & Capsules Beverly Schad and Jen Gornet Particle Dynamics Lipid microencapsulation of pharmaceutical and nutraceutical active ingredients formulation S Microencapsulation is a useful method for protecting and preventing the degradation of active ingredients in pharma- ceutical and nutraceutical solid dosage formulations. This article explores the benefits of lipid microencapsulation, which include increased bioavailability, reduced unwanted interactions, taste and odor masking, prevention of color migration, and improved stability. olid dosage form developers are always searching for ways to decrease interactions of pharmaceutical and nutraceutical active ingredients to minimize processing and degradation risks while improving product quality, bioavailability, and stability. Also, to meet accelerating market needs, develop- ers of new products are increasingly prioritizing speed to market. Microencapsulation of actives can be an effective means of achieving these goals.

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