Soy Lecithin Granules (NON GMO) 2kg
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Lecithin is derived from soy and is a naturally occurring group of phospholipids that’s found in nearly every living cell. Research has shown that Lecithin cures equine gastric ulcers. It does this by making the stomach lining stronger at the cellular membrane level and enhances the rest of the digestive system as well.
Phospholipids are involved in the processes of excitation in the cells, the regulation of inflammatory processes participate in coagulation and anticoagulation systems of blood, carrying the signal from the nerve cells to the muscles, movement of vitamins, hormones and other biologically active substances. In wildlife phospholipids are structural components of cell membranes from the shell to all its organelles: mitochondria, ribosomes, lysosomes, etc.
Besides phospholipids are potent antioxidants provide erythrocyte membrane fluidity, thus maintaining their ability to deform and penetrate into the smallest blood vessels, increase the detoxifying function of the liver and its resistance to damage, are part of the surfactant, which determines the expanded state of pulmonary alveoli, regulate exchange of serum lipids and even are carriers of cholesterol, preventing its deposition on the walls of blood vessels.
In diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Lecithin protects the stomach lining from the harmful effects of stress and drugs, promotes rapid healing of ulcers. Phosphatidylcholine helps emulsify dietary fat, it is necessary for their digestion and increases the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, in the digestive tract. With regular use of Lecithin, strengthens the immune system.
When allergy phenomena or lesions of the skin. Essential fatty acids and phospholipids, as structural units of all cell membranes, is reduced barrier function and metabolic cell selection control skin fat and play an important role in skin elasticity.
No Isoflavones in this product, therefore no estrogen
Dosage: 50g/100kg for 1 month as load up dose, then 30g/100kg for another 4-6 weeks, then 80-100g maintenance dose thereafter.