- LecithinNutrient SupplementBrain HealthMemory FunctionMetabolism
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Top Lecithin Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Lecithin is a phospholipid (type of fat) that is essential for cell membranes in the body. Lecithin is naturally present in egg yolks, organ meats, nuts, and spinach. READ MORE...USED FOR: Dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Memory, Anxiety, Liver disease, High cholesterol, Eczema, Dermatitis, Manic-depressive disorder, Lowering cholesterol.MECHANISM: Lecithin is a natural source of choline, a precursor to acetylcholine. Acetylcholine transports signals across nerves; this is why Lecithin has been shown to have positive effects on cognitive function and memory. Lecithin also makes cholesterol more soluble, leading to lower cholesterol buildup levels.DOSAGE: 1-35 g per day.SIDE EFFECTS: Rated as Likely Safe when used orally and appropriately. Generally very well tolerated; mild gastrointestinal effects including stomach pain, nausea, or diarrhea.INTERACTIONS: Voltaren Gel (topical); no known interactions with herbs or supplements.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: Choline, Inositol, Alpha GPC, Citicoline, Phosphatidylcholine, DMAE, Centrophenoxine, Phosphatidylserine, UridineTop Lecithin Supplements
- Natural source of Phosphatidyl Choline
- Provides nervous system support
- Promotes memory function & brain cell health
Not sure I lost weight, but it was not the reason for using. (I am within weight guidelines because of calorie management.) Found that a 500mg reduced my cholesterol 40 points. Am mentally alert in mornings as a result too. Too many pills offer 1200 mg and those make me feel ill, even with a meal. Some pills may include a gelatin, which is easily susceptible to heat and can leak from the capsules, which I experienced. Bovine gelatin can be the cause of diarreah, so one might avoid those versions.