What is Leсіthіn ?
Lecithin is a substance that is present in all elements of 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 essential for all these biological functions.
The human brain is composed of approximately 30% lecithin.
The myelin sheaths that protect the brain, spine and thousands of nerves are almost 2/3 lecithin.
Even the heart has a high concentration of lecithin.
Lecithin contains many different beneficial substances for the body
These 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 liver.
Phosphatidylserine supports athletic performance and has a significant effect on memory.
Linoleic acid is an omega-6 fatty acid that helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels, strengthens joints and tendons, and the cardiovascular system.
Phosphorus is included in the composition of the bone structure and phospholipids of the membrane structures of cells.
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