Lecithin can supplement the nutrients needed by the human body.
90% of the exogenous choline required by the human body is provided by lecithin. Lecithin provides choline with two major benefits: first, unlike free choline, which is degraded to methylamine by microorganisms in the gut; second, by continuous methylation of cephalin (PE) in liver and other fibrous tissues Choline can be obtained by chemical synthesis, and this synthesis process takes a certain time, so when dietary choline is insufficient, the endogenous resources of lecithin (PC) in the body can supplement the needs of the human body.
Lecithin has a regulating effect on serum lipids.
Regulating serum lipid levels means lowering cholesterol levels, protecting the liver, improving memory, strengthening immunity, and fighting fatty liver vitality.
Lecithin is good for a healthy heart.
In the 1960s, scientists discovered that lecithin may have a protective effect on the heart, and in further research, it was finally confirmed that lecithin has a positive effect on heart health. This is because it can regulate the content of cholesterol in the human body, effectively reduce cholesterol, hyperlipidemia and the incidence of coronary heart disease.
Lecithin is good for the brain.
The content of lecithin in brain nerve cells accounts for about 17% to 20% of its mass. "Choline" is the basic component of soybean lecithin. The sufficient supply of lecithin ensures that sufficient "choline" and "acetyl" in the human body are synthesized into "acetylcholine". "Acetylcholine" is a kind of information transmission substance in the brain. Thereby increasing the degree of activation of brain cells, improve memory and intelligence level.
Lecithin has the functions of emulsifying and decomposing oil, which can improve blood circulation, improve serum lipids, remove peroxides, reduce the content of cholesterol and neutral fat in blood, reduce the residence time of fat in the inner wall of blood vessels, and promote atherosclerotic plaques. dissipated, preventing damage to the vascular intima caused by cholesterol. Taking lecithin has a significant effect on hyperlipidemia and hypercholesterolemia, so it can prevent and treat arteriosclerosis (hypertension, myocardial infarction, cerebral hemorrhage).
Lecithin helps to soften the skin.
Lecithin is an indispensable substance for every cell in the human body. If it is lacking, it will reduce the regeneration ability of skin cells, resulting in rough and wrinkled skin. If lecithin can be properly taken in, the skin regeneration can be guaranteed. Coupled with the good hydrophilic and lipophilic properties of lecithin, the skin will of course be shiny. In addition, the inositol contained in lecithin is also the main nutrient for hair, which can inhibit hair loss and make white hair gradually turn black.
Lecithin can delay aging.
As people grow older, memory will decline, and the reason is related to the lack of acetylcholine content. Decreased neurotransmitter (acetylcholine) in the brain is the main cause of Alzheimer's disease. Acetylcholine is a compound necessary for the transmission of information in the nervous system. The sufficient supply of lecithin will ensure that there is enough choline in the body to combine with acetyl in the human body to form "acetylcholine", thus becoming a sufficient information transmission material for the brain, the brain can directly absorb lecithin and choline from the blood, and It is quickly converted to acetylcholine. Long-term supplementation of lecithin can slow down the process of memory loss and prevent or delay the occurrence of Alzheimer's disease.
Lecithin adjusts the psychology.
Regular supplementation of lecithin can make the brain nerves receive nutritional supplements in time, maintain a healthy working state, help eliminate fatigue, stimulate brain cells, and improve irritability, irritability, insomnia and other symptoms caused by nervousness.
Lecithin can make the cerebral nerves receive nutritional supplements in time, which is beneficial to eliminate fatigue and relieve nervous tension. There is no age limit for lecithin supplementation and can be taken from children to the elderly. For fetuses and babies, it is a necessity for neurodevelopment, so mothers can also appropriately supplement lecithin as needed.