Advice 1: How to take lecithin

Lecithin is a biologically active substance that contains essential phospholipids, carotenoids, polyunsaturated fatty acids. All these substances are the structural foundations of all cell membranes and intracellular content of the human body. Therefore, the drug is used for treatment of various diseases and their prevention. Available in capsules, granules and powder for preparation of solution.
How to take lecithin
You will need
  • - lecithin in capsules, granules or powder;
  • - a glass of water, drink, juice or fruit drink;
  • - teaspoon.
Lecithin take 1 capsule 3 times daily during the meal and you forget what colds, cardiovascular disease, impaired memory, insomnia, atherosclerosis, multiple sclerosis. Also, the drug helps to cope with different types of intoxication, including alcoholism and drug addiction prevents the formation of stones in the liver and fatty degeneration, helps the kidneys.
For receiving granules or powder, dissolve 1 teaspoon of the drug in water, juice or juice. The amount of drink can make from 100 to 300 ml, that is accurate dosage of the liquid in which it is recommended to dissolve the lecithin.
Children from 5 to 14 years can give half a teaspoon of the granules or powder of lecithin, dissolved in any liquid or attached to the first meal, 3 times a day. Reception continue for at least three months.
Children up to 5 years dissolve the powder or granules of the lecithin on the tip of a teaspoon. Let's 3 times a day, as part of drinks. Even if you poured more of the drug, any harmful effects it will cause, as it has no toxicity, does not contain carcinogenic and mutagenic ingredients. Only in very rare cases it may cause mild nausea or dyspepsia.
When lecithin is children are calm, easily trained, rarely get sick, adolescence goes smoothly and without any problems.
If the evening was a celebration, and you have too much to drink alcoholic beverages, drink at night three capsules of lecithin or dissolve 3 teaspoons of granules or powder. In the morning you will feel as if there was alcohol involved at all.
In Japan, the biggest life expectancy. Scientists attribute this to the fact that almost all Japanese people, since childhood, taken daily lecithin, feel great and look very young even in old age.

Advice 2: What is soy lecithin

Lecithin is a mixture of natural substances based on phospholipids, is essential for the normal functioning of the body. It is produced in the liver of living beings or produced from a number of natural products. Especially large spread of soy lecithin, which is now used for medical purposes and food production.
What is soy lecithin

The composition and properties of soy lecithin

Soy lecithin is produced from cleaned soybean oil at low temperatures. It contains oils, vitamins A, E , D, K, b vitamins, beneficial linolenic acid, Inositol, and various phospholipids, which are the basis of cell membranes of living organisms.

Thanks to this chemical composition of soy lecithin is involved in the nutrition of the cells of the brain, including in the transmission of nerve impulses, controls the level of cholesterol in the blood and the nervous system of the body. This substance also enhances the barrier function of the liver by increasing the antioxidant activity of some vitamins. Lecithin helps also in various skin diseases.

The use of soy lecithin

Soy lecithin has properties of emulsifier allows to obtain a stable emulsion by mixing oil and water. For this reason, it is widely used in the food industry: in the manufacture of various pasta, bakery and confectionery products, including chocolate. It is also added to mayonnaise and margarine.
Production of soy lecithin in Russia on an industrial scale has been established only in 2010. According to the manufacturers, produce it from domestic natural soy, which is GMO-free.

As a dietary Supplement, soy lecithin is widely used in medicine. It is prescribed for nervous system, cardiovascular and gynecological diseases, reduced immunity or chronic diseases of the liver and gastrointestinal tract.
Contraindications to the use of soy lecithin is its idiosyncrasy. However, before you add it to your diet, you should consult with your doctor.

It is useful to take for a speedy recovery after stroke, diseases of the joints, chronic pancreatitis or diabetes, because soy lecithin improves the functioning cells responsible for insulin production. It helps desintoxication of the body and improves memory. Especially useful it is for the child's body and can harm only in excessively large quantities.

Soy lecithin is also often prescribed for athletes or people engaged in increased physical activity. This is because during intense physical exercise, the lecithin produced by the body goes into the muscles, increasing their elasticity and endurance. And its content in nerve tissues decreases, which can cause nervous breakdowns, chronic fatigue syndrome or cerebral circulation.
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