Soy Lecithin Granules

$28.79

Although lecithin itself is a lipid (fat), it is partially soluble in water and thus acts as an emulsifying agent, enabling fats to be dispersed in water. This supports both absorption of fats and fat-soluble nutrients and in removal of fats from the body. But its value doesn’t end there. Cell membranes, which regulate the flow of nutrients into and out of cells, are largely composed of lecithin. The body’s highest concentration of lecithin is in the vital organs. It makes up about 30% of the dry weight of the brain and nearly two-thirds of the fat in the liver.


Ingredient

Amount Per Serving

%DV

Calories

49

Calories from Fat

34

6%*

Total Fat

3.7 g

6%*

Saturated Fat

0.8 g

4%*

Monounsaturated Fat

0.4 g

Polyunsaturated Fat

2.3 g

Total Carbohydrates

0.6 g

<1%*

Calcium

10 mg

1%

Phosphorous

210 mg

21%

Potassium

84 mg

2%

TOTAL PHOSPHATIDES (97%)

6.8 g

Phosphatidyl Choline
Supplying Choline

1.8 g
252 mg


Phosphatidyl Ethanolamine

1.4 g

Phosphatidyl Inositol
Supplying Inositol

1.0 g
150 mg


Phosphatidyl Serine

280 mg

Phytoglycolipids

900 mg

Other Phosphatides

1.4 g


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