What is Lecithin?
Found in spinach, egg yolks, nuts, animal products, and soy, lecithin belongs to a class of lipids known as phospholipids, because they contain phosphorus. Lecithin is a natural source of choline and inositol, both water-soluble compounds and essential nutrients that your body cannot produce on its own. Lecithin is often used as a food additive and emulsifier, helping to mix oil and water. This fatty nutrient is highly touted in the supplement industry as a top source of choline and inositol.
Soy lecithin comes highly recommended as a top source of this phospholipid, because it has such valuable nutritional content. Aside from choline and inositol, it’s also an exceptional source of vitamin E, vitamin K, omega-3, and omega-6 fatty acids. A supplement is an excellent way to get a powerful concentration of soy lecithin to support your daily nutrition.
- Soy Lecithin (1,200 mg)
- Easy-To-Swallow Softgels
- Guaranteed Quality, Potency, and Purity
- Phospholipid Complex
At Lindberg®, our lecithin is from soy that has not been genetically engineered, resulting in a more honest formula. Derived from non-GE soybeans, this premium 1,200 mg supplement provides a powerful source of naturally occurring phosphatidylcholine and other fatty acids to support superior nutrition.
Easy-to-swallow softgels make this formula an ideal addition to any nutritional wellness program!