A healthy dietary supplement that contains soy lecithin, which has the ability to lower cholesterol levels and enhance brain function.
When you try to answer the question “What is soy lecithin?”, Our search immediately takes us to mid-19th century France. First isolated by the French chemist Theodore Gobli in 1846, lecithin is a general term for various naturally occurring fatty compounds found in animal and plant tissues. Composed of choline, fatty acids, glycerol, glycolipids, phospholipids, phosphoric acid and triglycerides, lecithin was originally isolated from egg yolk. Today, it is regularly extracted from cottonseed, marine springs, milk, canola, soybeans and sunflowers.
Regulates cholesterol levels – The addition of dietary soy lecithin is most strongly associated with reducing hyperlipidemia and affecting lipid metabolism. Soy lecithin supplements can lower cholesterol naturally. Studies show that the properties of lecithin have the ability to reduce excess LDL cholesterol and promote the synthesis of HDL in the liver.
Serves as a source of choline – Soy lecithin contains phosphatidylcholine, which is one of the main forms of choline, a macronutrient that plays an important role in liver function, muscle movement, metabolism, nerve function and proper brain development.
May increase immunity – The addition of soy lecithin has been shown to significantly increase immune function in diabetics.
Helps the body cope with physical and mental stress – One of the many key health benefits of soy lecithin is a compound known as phosphatidylserine – a common phospholipid that helps build up part of cell membranes.
It can improve cognitive function – Phosphatidylserine and phosphatidic acid derived from soy lecithin can have a positive effect on memory, cognitive abilities and mood in the elderly and those suffering from cognitive conditions.
Can Prevent Osteoporosis – Although studies have been mixed, there are studies that show that soy and soy-based ingredients, including soy lecithin, act as antiresorptive and bone-strengthening agents to prevent osteoporosis. This is due to the isoflavones found in soy, in particular glycosides.
Relieves menopausal symptoms – Soy lecithin supplements can help improve menopausal symptoms by improving vitality and blood pressure levels in menopausal women.
|Serving Size||1 Softgel|
|AMOUNT PER SERVING|
|Soy Lecithin Powder||1,2000 mg|
|Calories From Fat||10|
|Total Fat||1 g|
|Other Ingredients:||Gelatin, glycerin and purified water|
Take 1 tablet 1 to 3 times daily with food.
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