Soy Lecithin (IP)
Lecithin is a naturally occurring group of phospholipids found in nearly every living cell. As a supplement, lecithin is used to prevent arteriosclerosis, protect against cardiovascular disease, improve memory and brain function, help keep the liver and kidneys healthy and aid vitamin absorption. Certified Non-GMO; Identity Preserved; FCC Grade.
- Soy Lecithin Liquid
- Soy Lecithin Powder (Deoiled)
Lecithin is a naturally occurring group of phospholipids found in nearly every living cell. As a supplement, lecithin is used to prevent arteriosclerosis, protect against cardiovascular disease, improve cognitive functions, help keep the liver and kidneys healthy and aid vitamin absorption. Sunflower lecithin is a non-allergenic alternative. Certified Non-GMO; FCC Grade.
- Sunflower Lecithin Liquid
- Sunflower Lecithin Powder (Deoiled)
- Sunflower Lecithin Granules (Deoiled)
Phosphatidylcholine is the principal active ingredient of lecithin. As a phospholipid, this nutrient serves as a major structural component of brain cells. Phosphatidylcholine is a precursor for choline, an important building block for the production of neurotransmitters in the brain. It is also a valuable nerve-building nutrient they may help slow or reverse memory loss.
- Soy Phosphatidylcholine 35
- Soy Phosphatidylcholine 50
Med Chain Triglycerides
Medium Chain Triglycerides have gained popularity as a health food and dietary supplement since they are easier for the body to metabolize rapidly and provide a source of quick, efficient energy; they can also be turned into ketones. MCTs are often incorporated into beverages, mixes, nutritional bars and energy foods. NF Grade; Certified RSPO (MB) for palm-derived.
- MCT Oil (Coconut-derived)
- MCT Oil (Palm-derived)
Phytosterols are natural plant compounds that are structurally related to cholesterol, but differ in the side chain structure which enable them to be absorbed minimally. Phytosterols compete with and reduce cholesterol absorption, thereby effectively lowering blood cholesterol levels. Soybean oil and sunflower oil are rich sources from which phytosterols are extracted.
- Soy Phytosterols
- Sunflower Phytosterols