Why different emulsifiers make the oil droplets bigger or smaller in water environment of the intestines?

Our Ultrasorb Pure technology uses oil in water emulsion to make smaller micelles (oil particles in water).

The main difference is that lysolecithin is an oil in water emulsifier, whereas lecithin is a water in oil emulsifier. That allows lysolecithin to have better emulsification compared to lecithin.

micelle size comparison
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We can’t emphasize enough how important lysolecithin is to create better animal feed.