lecithin is a complex mixture of phospholipids and triglycerides obtained through vegetable oils with water washing. The most common phospholipids in this mixture are phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylethanolamine, while phosphatidic acid, serine, and inositol phospholipids are also important. Phospholipids are the basic cell block, since her cell membranes are composed. Lecithin is best known by their ability to form lipoproteins for transport, what enables it to reduce the levels of blood cholesterol, protecting the body of atherosclerosis. Hill content, since it is precursor of the acetilcolinas compound essential for the proper functioning of the nervous system. Hill has also proven to be an efficient hipotensico.
How to use
granulated: take 1-3 tablespoons once or twice a day, alone or added to foods.
Pearls of 730 mg of lecithin: take 2-3 pearls, two or three times a day, with meals.
Pearls of 1,600 mg of lecithin: take 2-3 pearls per day with meals.
Granulated: jars of 150grs and 300grs vacuum packaging aluminum 500grs, 500grs and bags 800grs with granulated soy non GMO (not genetically modified) lecithin
Pearl 720 mg: 110, 220 and 450 containers pearls 720 mg 500 mg soya lecithin oil non GMO, in a capsule of gelatin and Glycerin. Pearls 1, 850 mg; packages of 100 and 200 beads of 1,850 mg to 1200mg of oil of soya lecithin IP (identity preserved) in a capsule of gelatin and Glycerin.