In the literature, a surge of investigations have been devoted to the understanding of structural aspects of various biologically relevant self-assembled nanostructures [1-7]. This high interest has been stimulated by an increased body of evidence for their crucial roles in various biological processes [3,6,7]. In addition, intensive recent studies have focused on understanding the physicochemical properties of self-assembled nanostructures mimicking biological systems [8-10]. Among these systems, emulsions with internal well-ordered nanostructures set the stage for new potential applications in various areas of food and pharmaceutical technologies as well as other purposes [11-14]. For instance,

these nanosystems are promising means for formulating novel functional foods, cosmetics, and drug nanocarriers [12,13].