Many health conscious people have sprinkled soya lecithin on their breakfast over the years. This ‘super’ lecithin is specially enriched with phosphatidyl choline (PC), a phospholipid involved in brain function. Lecithin is also used by the body to emulsify fats in the liver. Sprinkle on cereal, cooked or fresh food, or mixed into juices or soups.
One heaped teaspoon provides: 1000mg Phosphatidyl choline, 400mg Phosphatidyl inositol.
Suggested intake: Adults and children (over 8 years) take 1 heaped teaspoon 1-3 times a day with meals.
Phosphatidyl choline-rich lecithin granules (from soya)