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Lecithin is a fatlike substance called a phospholipid, which consists mainly of the vitamin B ingredients choline as well as linoleic acid and inositol.
Lecithin is responsible for maintaining the health of cell membranes. With insufficient lecithin, the cell wall may harden, thus limiting the flow of nutrients in or wastes out of the cell, and contributing to premature ageing of the cells.
Lecithin & Cognition/Mood Health: Cell membranes as well as the protective sheath surrounding the brain are composed mostly of lecithin and is also found in the muscles and nerve cells. Lecithin protects cells from oxidation and largely comprises the protective sheaths surrounding the brain
to improve cognitive and memory function
for post menopausal and age related memory decline
Parkinson's disease & neuropathy
Lecithin & Detox:
Lecithin supports the liver as it recovers after damage from alcohol, viruses and other toxins.
Lecithin also protects the stomach and intestines from toxins and the damaging effects of some drug therapies, including nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
Lecithin & Heart Health/Fat Metabolism: Lecithin has emulsifying properties which enables fat, such as cholesterol and other lipids, to be dispersed in water and be removed from the body. It is vitally important in the protection of fatty build-up in the body.Studies suggest that two of the key compounds in lecithin help in the digestion of fats in order to:
lower homosysteine levels
protect against cardiovascular disease