lecithin is a complex mixture of phospholipids, the best known is lafosfatidilcolina, with an important role in fat metabolism, participating in decreased blood and tissue cholesterol. As well as hyperlipidemia, decreasing plasma triglyceride levels. In addition there Lecithin choline, inositol phospholipids, ethanolamine phospholipids, phosphorus, potassium, inositol and soybean oil.
Phosphatidylcholine has an important role in fat metabolism, it is part of the enzyme LCAT (Lecithin Cholesterol-acyltransferase). This enzyme catalyzes the esterification of cholesterol in HDL. This reaction is crucial for cholesterol uptake from cells and LDL by HDL for transport to the liver, thus sweeping cholesterol from the circulation and tissues.
Lecithin also contains hill. Choline is an aminoalcohol from which the body is able to synthesize phospholipids and acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter involved in learning and memory processes
Driving the skin. It maintains the elasticity of the skin and promotes hydration
Reduces tiredness and fatigue. Thanks containing phosphorus, soy helps cellular energy production, which reduces fatigue, fatigue etc.
for the absorption of vitamins: it helps our body to the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins (a , D, E and K)
for fatty liver Prevents fatty liver because it favors fat degradation
Improve memory. Thanks to its phosphatidylcholine content that crosses the blood-brain barrier and promotes the concentration of acetylcholine in the brain. In short words, soy helps improve cognitive abilities such as memory, attention, concentration, reasoning and learning.