Real • Natural Lecithin (non-GMO) Softgels

Real • Natural Lecithin (non-GMO) Softgels


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Real House offer better quality of Lecithin (non-GMO) Softgels contains unsaturated fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 6, which are the main source of EPA and DHA, no cholesterol added. Lecithin is well-known for helping with memory, maintain heart health and metabolize fat more from accumulating in the liver. Real •  Natural Lecithin Softgels are extracted from non-genetically modified soy and is free of any other impurities. Since lecithin is concentrated in the brain, liver, and kidneys, it is commonly recommended for liver, nerve, and cardiovascular health.  It is also beneficial for helping with the conditions such as multiple sclerosis and memory loss. Lecithin protects every living cell within the major organs, which helps maintain an overall balance in the body

The main active ingredient in the lecithin is phosphatidylcholine, which is a valuable nerve-building nutrient that might tend to slow down aging-related processes and is beneficial for brain functioning and memory capacity.  As a phospholipid (a fat-soluble substance) this nutrient serves as a major structural component of brain cells. Its emulsification can help break down fat by increasing unsaturated fat intake while moving away saturated fat and cholesterol intake. Phosphatidylcholine is believed to speed the flow of fats and cholesterol through the liver, defends fat that builds up in the liver, and assist the liver in eliminating dangerous toxins from the body.

Place of Production:Canada

Medicinal Ingredients: Lecithin (Soya Oil, non-GMO), 1200 mg per softgel

Size: 90 softgels per bottle

Recommended Use: Helps to support liver function & heart health.  Enhance brain function, especially in terms of improving memory function.

Recommended Dose: Adults: 1-2 Capsule(s), once per day. If you are taking other medication or antibiotics, wait for 2-3 hours until taking the natural lecithin softgels. Mixing the two will reduce the efficiency of both products.

Benefits of Lecithin

The soy lecithin debate is engulfed in an exceptionally large body of research that supports its use as a healing agent. Referred to as fat that is “essential” to the cells in our bodies, lecithin is used both as a standalone nutrient and also as a common additive in many supplement today. Lecithin has been used for years to protect from a number of health conditions including

 Support Cells  – Lecithin is a necessary component of every cell in the human body. Considered a keystone in the construction of cells, lecithin prevents the hardening of cell membranes. Healthy cells lead to a healthier body, and the membranes are critical in monitoring a cell’s intake and output. Protecting cells are integral in maintaining a body’s resistance to many health conditions that attack damaged cells. Phospholipids such as lecithin are produced in certain amounts throughout the major organs of the body (such as the heart, liver, and kidney) but can be supplemented to further enhance unrealized benefits.

 Helps With Liver and Protects Arteries  – In addition to the cardiovascular benefits of lecithin, there are indications that lecithin helps to restore a damaged liver. Lecithin also works to prove neurological effectiveness, such as memory function. Since lecithin is essentially composed of fat, it can act as a protective wall or sheath throughout the body to protect and strengthen membranes and prevent detrimental debris from sticking. Internal parts and mechanisms that may be affected negatively by hardening, such as arteries, are kept malleable by lecithin in a natural way through supplementation. Patients suffering from atherosclerosis often start a regimen of lecithin in an effort to reverse the condition’s effects.

 Support Memory  – Lecithin has shown, in addition to the heart, circulatory and metabolic benefits, a tendency to aid the brain in memory and learning. Studies conducted about the effects of lecithin on the brain lean towards a conclusion that users of the supplement are likely to experience positive in memory and ability to recall specific information. The benefits of lecithin on the brain are promising to patients who may be suffering from brain function disorder or other memory-specific neurological conditions. Support memory and recall is a sign of a brain’s overall standard of health, and may imply benefits that extend to orientation and cognitive thought processes.

 Heart Health  

  • Strengthen  defenses against damage that may be caused by coronary artery disease
  • Work against bad cholesterol levels
  • Support the liver and protects arteries.
  • Nourishes the brain in memory and learning, promising modulation in memory-specific neurological conditions.

Cautions and Warnings: 

1. Stop using the product and seek medical attention immediately if you experience any discomfort after use.

2. Sealed for your protection. Do not use if the seal is broken.

3. Healthcare product is not intended to be used as a substitute for treatment.

4. Store in a cool, dry, and dark place. Keep out of reach of children.

5. Consult a healthcare practitioner if you are taking any other healthcare supplements.

Information on this website has been obtained from secondary sources which are intended to provide general summary information only. These sources are believed to be reliable. Real House does not assume any liability for the accuracy, usefulness, completeness, currency, and adequacy of the information.

Weight 0.75 lbs
Dimensions 6.858 × 6.858 × 12.573 cm

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