What Are the Benefits of Liquid Lecithin?

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Liquid lecithin is a derivative extract of soy beans that is used in foods and beauty products. The compound can be used as an emulsifier, a thickener, a preservative, a moisturiser and an emollient. As it is derived form soy beans, there any many health benefits associated with liquid lecithin.


Phospholipids, naturally found in lecithin, attract water from the air and allow for the moisture to penetrate deep into the skin, so deep that it can be deposited into the cells and the bloodstream.

Lowers Cholesterol

Lecithin derived from soy has a property that naturally binds itself to cholesterol resulting in the moving of cholesterol through the body instead of it being accumulated in deposits that clog the blood vessels.

Brain Health

Lecithin is found naturally in brain tissue. It keeps the brain healthy by keeping memory sharp, improving cognitive functions and enhancing muscle control.

Enhances Immunity

Lecithin can also be used to enhance the body's immune and defence systems against certain invaders.

Prevents Gallstones

Lecithin also works to separate the bile components that tend to clump up and cause gallstones.

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