Lecithin is one of the most important products of our food, which is responsible for the metabolic processes in the body, and the building of neural connections. This is the main building material for our cells, the liver consists of 50% lecithin.
When the amount of lecithin in the body is normal, it ensures the normal functioning of the cardiovascular system. Lecithin is responsible for stimulating the formation of hemoglobin and red blood cells, regulates bile secretion. It also increases the body’s resistance to toxic substances.
The main source of lecithin we get from food, from eggs (yolk), from meat, fish and legumes. But given the current situation with nutrition, we are catastrophically short of lecithins.
Especially lecithin is necessary for children at the time of formation of the nervous system, intercellular space and the formation of neural connections of the brain. In fact, it is responsible for the nervous state of the child and his mental development, as well as the formation of the immune system as a whole.
Lecithin is extracted from soybeans, sunflower seeds and grape seeds.
What happens if there is not enough lecithin in the body? The human brain is 30% lecithin, and the nervous system is 17% lecithin. So the first symptom of a lack of lecithin is a deterioration in memory, distraction, nervous irritability, and as a result, general fatigue.
Practice shows that adding lecithin to the diet of children’s food increases the concentration of the child, increases school performance, children become calmer and less susceptible to viral infections and colds, due to the strengthening of the immune system.
- for diseases such as: dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema;
- for diseases of the joints and spine;
- In gynecology lecithin used from mastitis, of fibromatosis of the uterus, diseases of the mammary glands, and cancer of the uterus;
- infectious diseases and functional disorders of the nervous system;
- acute hepatitis, including chronic;
- obesity and disorders of lipid metabolism;
- multiple sclerosis;
- in cardiovascular diseases;
- in Alzheimer’s disease and atherosclerosis.
- Lecithin is the main building material for the renewal of damaged cells;
- It is indispensable for disorders of the cardiovascular system;
- It is used for arthritis;
- Helps improve memory, speed of thinking, and reaction;
- Activates the ability to learn;
- The exchange of information between cells depends on lecithin;
- Lecithin is necessary for the timely regeneration of liver cells;
- It is responsible for the transport of fats and for fat metabolism;
- During pregnancy, it is very important for the normal development of the child;
- Helps with gallstone disease;
- Improves the condition of the skin and hair;
- Very important for overloads, heavy physical work, and mental stress;
- Lecithin is a powerful antioxidant;
- Lecithin normalizes the level of cholesterol in the blood;
- When taking medications, lecithin reduces their side effects;
- Lecithin helps to improve the production of insulin, which is why it is so important for diabetics.
Method of application:
With normal vitality, take two capsules twice a day for prevention.
With increasing loads, the number of capsules can be increased. At physical exertion twice or three times. With mental stress (passing an exam, memorizing a large amount of information), the amount of lecithin can be increased to 12-18 capsules per day.