Lecithin – description, price, reviews | Art Life
Lecithin – a mixture of essential phospholipids (choline, inositol) required for each cell in the human body. These phospholipids are the building blocks of cell membranes.
Lecithin is a basic nutrient for the nerves, constituting 17% of the peripheral nervous system and 30% of the brain weight. His lack of results in nervous irritability, fatigue, poor memory and attention. Lack of lecithin in the diet of children, which is often observed in the artificial feeding, may slow the formation of the central nervous system, delayed speech.
Lecithin is necessary for normal functioning of the liver: it normalizes the consistency of bile, helps transport fats from the liver cells. Without lecithin can not correct the metabolism of fats. It accelerates the oxidation processes in the cells of the body. As part of B vitamins it is involved in energy metabolism reactions. This complex of phospholipids improves the cardiovascular system, promotes the absorption of vitamins A, D, E and K, increases the body’s resistance to the effects of toxic substances, stimulates bile secretion and the formation of red blood cells and hemoglobin.
- functional disorders of the nervous system
- infectious diseases of the nervous system
- multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease
- cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis
- lipid metabolism, obesity
- chronic and acute hepatitis
- systemic skin diseases (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis)
Directions for use: Lecithin is recommended as a dietary food supplement – an additional source of phospholipids.
Dosing: Adults and 1 tablespoon a day with meals. Before applying are encouraged to consult with your doctor.
Contraindications: Hypersensitivity of the components of the product. Before applying are encouraged to consult with your doctor.
Shelf life: 2 years from date of manufacture.
Storage: Store at room temperature in a dry place inaccessible to children.
Not a cure.
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lecithin, a phospholipid content of 93%