With less fat and oil, Cellulose Gel aids health-conscious consumers without sacrificing the texture of food. For consumers who expect low-calorie and delectable food goods, cellulose gel's lower calorie content helps in the creation of healthy bakery and confectionery products. Foods like sauces can be emulsified with cellulose gel, which also keeps water from separating from the other ingredients. It is also known that cellulose thickens food preparations. Additionally, cellulose gel possesses stabilising and gelling qualities that make it a useful alternative to artificial additives.
In nutrient-rich beverages, Cellulose Gel is used to prevent protein and water separation as well as other components from adhering to one another and settling down. Cellulose gel reduces moisture loss during cooking and maintains the nutritional quality of the dish. Additionally, baked foods are kept moist and fresh for longer times. When used in pharmaceuticals and personal care items like shampoo, masks, and other cosmetics, cellulose gel offers stability and textural benefits.