Supplemental uses of Lecithin:
High cholesterol, gallstones, senile dementia, tardive dyskinesia, multiple sclerosis.
- Lecithin is very rich precursor source of choline which is essential for normal brain function.
- A component of lecithin functions structurally as a component of cell membranes and is also an emulsifying component of bile.
- Lecithin increases the excretion of neutral steroid molecules. This may reduce the absorption of dietary cholesterol from the intestinal contents while restricting the re-absorption of bodily produced cholesterol into the bloodstream.
Lecithin is made internally by the liver and is also present in certain foods.