Malic acid

schéma Acide malique



Discovered and isolated from apple juice in 1785 by Carl Wilhelm Scheele, malic acid owes its name to the French chemist Antoine Lavoisier, author of the famous formula: "Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed!". Lavoisier suggested using the Latin name of the apple tree, "malus", to name this fruit acid.


Malic acid is found in pears, cherries and quinces. This molecule has many health benefits, especially for the liver. Malic acid helps to bind heavy metals that accumulate in the liver and to eliminate them.


Moreover, malic acid is highly prized by sportsmen and women because it promotes recovery after exercise.

The benefits

Malic acid is a molecule naturally present in fruit.


Malic acid has a beneficial effect on the liver, a major detoxification organ.

Scientific publications

Malic acid is the subject of more than2612 scientific publications.


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