What is Lecithin (lecithin)?
Lecithin is an ingredient that is present in all cells in nature, plants and Animals. Lecithin plays a huge role in almost all biological processes-including the transmission of nerve impulses, respiration and energy Production. Lecithin is extremely important for all these biological functions.
The human brain is composed of approximately 30% Lecithin.
Mielinovite grids that protect the brain, spine and thousands of miles of nerves are almost 2/3 lecithin. Even the heart has a high concentration of lecithin.
Lecithin contains many different ingredients beneficial to the Body.
They include choline, inositol, linoleic acid, phosphatidylserine, healthy fatty acids and triglycerides and phosphorus.
- Choline and inositol are substances that burn fat and prevent fatty degeneration of the liver, as well as reduce cholesterol and triglycerides in the Blood.
- Fosfatdilserint supports athletic performance and has a significant effect on memorizing.
- Linoleic acid is an omega-6 fatty acid that helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels, strengthens joints and tendons, the cardiovascular System.
- Phosphorus enters the bone tissue and phospholipids of the membrane structures of the cells, maintains an acid-base equilibrium.
directions for use: one dose 1-3 times daily.