Sunflower Lecithin
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Sunflower Lecithin

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Lecithin is a popular supplement, but there are very few sources of non-soy based lecithin as it is typically sourced from soy. Most soy sources are from genetically modified (GM) crops, where as presently, there are no genetically modified crops of sunflowers. 

Sunflower Lecithin has Phosphatidyl Choline, the most abundant phospholipid in the cell membrane, where it plays a key role in cellular signalling and synaptic function. Sunflower Lecithin also naturally is found in Phosphatidyl Inositol, Phosphatidyl thanolamine, and essential fatty acids. Lecithin in the diet aids in emulsifying fats, enabling them to be dispersed in water; and as a choline-containing phospholipid, its choline is easily absorbed and utilized by the body.

Medicinal Ingredients: each softgel contains:

Choline (from 1200 mg Sunflower Lecithin (Helianthus annuus) (Seed))
37 mg

Non-medicinal ingredients: Softgel Capsule (gelatin, glycerin and water), Organic Olive Oil.

Adults: Take 2-3 softgels daily with food.